Sony To Anounce A6100 and New E-mount Lenses on September 11

Sony is rumored to announce the A6100 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera and new E-mount lenses on September  11, 2015.

According to latest Sony rumors, the A6000 successor model which will probably be named as the Sony A6100 will have a new 24 megapixel sensor with 15% better ISO performance. The anonymous source also states that there won’t be 4K video recording capability.

Sony A6000 successor camera previously mentioned several times as the A7000 E-mount shooter. But  the popular APS-c mirrorless camera might have the A6100 name and follow the A5000 series path. We’ll see if it will be announced on Friday.

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Sony A6100 Coming on September 11?

See the posted specs from an anonymous source on SAR:

  • Announcement on September 11.
  • Support UHS-II SD cards with a maximum write speed of 173 MB/s.
  • New 24 megapixel sensor with 15% better ISO performance.
  • No 4K video recording capability.
  • No silver version, only black.

Price of the camera is unknown at the moment and so if this camera is the A6100 or the long rumored A7000. Currently the NEX-7 is available for a price tag around $400 and the A6000 can be found for a price about $450.

via SonyAlphaRumors