Reports State New Sony APS-C Flagship Mirrorless Camera Coming Later This Month

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Sony A6000 product images (3 of 9)ISO 4001-50 sec at f - 11

As if the Sony A6000 last year didn’t pack enough performance into a camera, Mirrorless Rumors is reporting that the company may be announcing an even higher end camera this month. It’s unclear whether this camera will be a successor or another offering one step above the current A6000. This camera, if it is real, is said to have a 24.3MP APS-C sensor and have 15fps shooting capabilities. It will also sport a 2.8 million dot EVF, a mic input and 4K video shooting capabilities.

This is going to be one heck of a camera to beat as even the A6000 outdoes most of the competition. But if it indeed comes out, it will only make sense for Sony to include image stabilization on the sensor and hopefully they’ll incorporate some of the extra apps that are available for many Sony cameras.

What manufacturers like Canon and Nikon have been doing with their flagships is targeting them very much at bird photographers. On the other hand, Fujifilm targets the X-T1 at everyone they can. However, Fujifilm doesn’t have any full frame 35mm sensor offerings.

Even further, if Sony releases this camera this year, we can only wonder what they’ll come out with around Photo Plus this year.