Two new system cameras & # 39; s with APS-C sensors

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Sony is releasing two new mirrorless system cameras & # 39; s, both based on APS-C sensors. First, there is the Alpha 6100, which starts priced at 899 euros (body only). Added to the Alpha 6600, which sent the Japanese for 1,599 euros in the race. In the German trade, the Sony Alpha 6100 is expected to be available from mid-October. The Alpha 6600 will follow at the end of October.

If you want a lens right away, you can buy the Alpha 6100 in the set with the SEL-1650 in black and silver for 999 euros. There is also a second set with two lenses, the SEL-1650 and SEL-55210 in black for 1249.00 Euro. The higher quality Alpha 6600 is offered by Sony in the set with the SEL-18135 in black for 1.999 euros. Both models use a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor and the Bionz X processor with front-end LSI. In addition, a solution with one fixation is used, so that many lenses must be compatible.

Sony also speaks of an auto focus with only 0.02 seconds response time. According to the manufacturer, the phase detection auto focus with 425 points covers approximately 84 percent of the sensor. In combination with the contrast autofocus with 425 points, fast focusing should be possible even in low light. There is also an algorithm for real-time tracking and AI-based object recognition. The usual eye detection is also brought into play.

Of the full-frame models, the Alpha 6600 and 6100 apply other algorithms for natural colors, especially for skin tones. 4K video & # 39; s can make the camera & # 39; s without pixel binning in the super 35 mm format and on the Imaging Edge mobile application also to mobile terminals weiteratrachschen. If you prefer to keep the overview via the touchscreen than via the viewfinder, you can clamp the LC screen with a diagonal of 3 inches and 921,000 pixels. It can also be tilted 180 °. Microphones and headphones can also be combined with video for improved audio quality.

According to Sony, the Alpha 6600 has an ISO range of 100 to 32,000 (expandable to ISO 50 to 102,400). 5-axis image stabilization is also integrated. With one battery charge, there are 720 photos in the viewfinder or about 810 photos in the LCD monitor. Thanks to a magnesium alloy housing, resistance to dust and splash water is guaranteed. The Alpha 6600 also supports HLG HDR (Hybrid Log Gamma) for video. For users who want to post color-corrected images, S-Log3 and S-Log2 gamma profiles are available.

If you want to compare the complete technical data of the two cameras & # 39; s or more accurately: here is the product page of the Sony Alpha 6600. You will find the Sony Alpha 6100 again at this point. Is one of the cameras maybe something for you?

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