Since the debuting of its NEX-lineup Sony has seen somewhat of a renaissance with its camera business. Boosting up the NEX line with its latest Alpha NEX6 Mirrorless Camera, Sony seems to be entered in awesome cameras’ foray.
The new Sony NEX6 Mirrorless camera packs a 3-inch adjustable touchscreen and a massive 16-megapixel APS-C sensor inside a compact body and grabs built-in pop-up flash and viewfinder, as rumored. The 6’s body is also outfitted with a new hybrid autofocus system for faster and more accurate focusing.
With a cross between the company’s NEX-5R and NEX-7 cameras, the NEX6 boats 16-50mm lens instead of 18-50mm used in previous cameras.
NEX6’s built-in WiFi capability lets users transfers, uploads and share pictures on Social networks [such as Facebook, Google+] as well as allows users to use their smartphones/tablets as a remote through its mobile app, so called sidecar.
What makes Sony Alpha NEX6 more awesome is its 1080p video recording capability at 60fps, and ISO settings that reach up to ISO 25,600.
Being listed in company’s first interchangeable-lens cameras with the ability to run camera-specific apps built and distributed by company, this Sony’s kid will cost you back $850 for the body and a amount of $1,000 will snag you the camera out with a optically stabilized 16mm-55mm f/3.5-5.6 powered zoom kit lens. It is expected to go on sale in November. So we, of course, will do a follow up post when the thing goes retailed. Stay tuned. More at – Sony Store.