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.
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.