Reports of Sony’s New APS-C E Mount Camera Boast 4K 30fps Stills

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Sony A6000 product images (5 of 9)ISO 4001-50 sec at f - 2.2

The Sony A6000 is a great camera, but apparently there is something coming that won’t succeed the camera but instead live above it as the company’s flagship APS-C E mount camera. Mirrorless Rumors states even more beyond what they were telling us, and this time around these reports claim that the camera will have a 2.8 million dot EVF and many more video-centric features. Besides mic input support, the camera is said to have a 30 fps 4K photo mode similar to what Panasonic offers with their latest cameras. Plus, even more video-centric features will be added according to what the reports state.

This camera have even have features that the RX10 Mk II boasts like more slow motion video features and it may even be the first Sony camera with a timelapse mode built in vs needing to download it as an extra app.

Seeing as the A6000 had some sort of weather resistance, we’re interested to see how that translates over to a camera like this and how Sony will market it to work in conjunction with their A7 series. We also wonder how Sony will improve the high ISO output since the bump in extra megapixels made the A6000 noisier than its predecessor, the NEX 6–which housed a 16MP sensor.

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