Sony APS-C cameras

Sony APS-C cameras:

Newcomers to the mirrorless system camera segment are Sony's new APS-C model, the Alpha 6100. The Alpha 6600 scores with some additional features that make it predestined for demanding photographers.

With the Alpha 6600 and the Alpha 6100, Sony lags in the mirrorless system camera segment. Both models feature an APS-C sensor sized between a full-frame and a Micro Four Thirds sensor.

It forms 24.2 megapixels. He is assisted by a BIONZ-X processor with front-end LSI chip (Large Scale Integration).

The latter works between sensor and processor and on the one hand ensure strong buffering performance, but on the other hand, also contributes to noise suppression.

The result is better image quality at high ISO values ​​and higher continuous shooting performance. Onboard are still some AI functions that should improve, for example, the real-time tracking and provide for optimized object detection.

Both cameras are equipped with the "One Mount" lens mount. This ensures that lenses can be mounted that were originally developed for full-frame cameras as well as for APS-C models.

Fittingly, Sony announced the E 16-55 mm F2.8 G standard zoom lens as well as the E 70-350 mm F4.5-6.3 G OSS super-telephoto zoom lens.

We are pursuing the strategy of a unified mount system and are therefore continually expanding our E-mount system, cameras and lenses.

4K movie shoots with pixel readout without pixel binning in the super 35 mm format as well as time-lapse movies are realizable with both new alphas.

The 3.0-inch LCD touchscreen with approximately 921,000 pixels can be tilted by 180 degrees in both models. An integrated microphone port is to enable video recordings in film sound quality.

While the Alpha 6600 is more likely to appeal to discerning photographers and videographers, the Alpha 6100 has been designed for those who want to make the move to the interchangeable lens camera for the first time.

Additional features of the Alpha 6600:

With an ISO range of 100 to 32,000 (expandable to ISO 50 to 102,400), the Alpha 6600 is designed to deliver crisp images even in low-light conditions.

Besides, the built-in 5-axis image stabilization provides a shutter speed that is up to 5.0 faster. For the first time, an APS-C camera has been equipped with a Z-battery,

which is supposed to provide a long power for about 720 photos via the viewfinder or about 810 images via the LCD monitor.

The housing is made of a robust, dust and splash resistant magnesium alloy construction. The above video features include a Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) image profile that allows you to playback video directly onto an HDR (HLG) compliant TV without the need for colour correction.

For users who want to post-edit colour-corrected images, S-Log3 and S-Log2 gamma profiles are provided.


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