Sony has added another mirrorless camera to its line up with the launch of the Sony A5100, which according to Sony, is the world’s smallest interchangeable lens camera.
The Sony A5100 is equipped with a fast hybrid auto-focus, and it is equipped with a 24.3 megapixel APS-X Exmor sensor and a BIONZ X processor.
Nothing gets past the blazing Fast Hybrid AF system of the α5100, the same that can be found in the α6000, with 179 phase detection points that freeze rapid action, frame after crisply-focused frame. Even fast-paced targets – like blistering penalty shots or lively pets – are tracked faithfully for blur-free results. Grabbing the moment is easier still with Touch Focus and Touch Shutter. Just touch your subject anywhere on the crisp, bright LCD screen to fire the shutter for pin-sharp shots at your fingertips.
The Sony A5100 also comes with a 7.5cm touchscreen display that can be rotated 180 degrees, plus it comes with WiFi and NFC, you can see more of its features below.
Fast Hybrid AF with huge 179 focal plane phase-detection AF points for reliable tracking autofocus plus touch focussing and touch shutter release
Large, sensitive 24.3 megapixel APS-C size Exmor™ CMOS sensor and powerful BIONZ X™ processor for superb image quality
New 180° tiltable touch enabled LCD Monitor
Shoot cinematic Full HD movies with tracking Fast Hybrid AF
Expand your shooting fun with a host of downloadable PlayMemories Camera Apps™ to expand your creative possibilities
One-touch image and movie sharing with Wi-Fi/NFC
Sony are taking pre-orders on the Sony A5100 as of now, it will go on sale in Europe in September and it will retail for $700 with a 16-50mm lens.
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