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Sony a6600

Sony is following up the popular a6500 with its latest flagship model, the a6600. The compact camera will feature a new 24.2 MP sensor coupled with their latest BIONZ X image processor, an autofocus acquisition time of .02 seconds, 425 focal-plane phase-detection AF points and 425 contrast-detection AF points. It will also feature 'Real-time Tracking' and 'Real-time Eye AF', 5-axis in-body image stabilization,  up to 11fps continuous shooting, expanded ISO 120400, a 2,359-dot OLED EVF, Sony Z battery compatibility, magnesium alloy construction with dust and moisture resistance, an integrated headphone jack, and of course, 4K Super 35mm video recording capability. It will also be joined by a new a6100 model that will have most of these features with the exception of the 5-axis in-body image stabilization, the high-resolution OLED EVF, Z battery, and headphone jack. 


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