Sony Alpha ILCE-6000

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Sony Alpha ILCE-6000
Sony Alpha ILCE-6000 APS-C-frame camera no body cap-Crop.jpeg
Maker Sony
Type Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera
Image sensor type Exmor HD CMOS
Image sensor size 23.5 x 15.6mm (APS-C type)
Recording medium SD/ SDHC/SDXC, Memory Stick Pro Duo/ Pro-HG Duo
Maximum resolution

(3:2) 6000 x 4000 (24.3MP)

(16:9) 6000 x 3375 (20.1MP)
Lens mount Sony E-mount
Flash Incorporated flash (pop-out), hotshoe
Shutter speeds 1/4000s to 30s
Focus areas 179 focus points
Continuous shooting 3 frame/s, 11 frame/s in speed priority mode
Viewfinder Built-in 1.44 million dots OLED Electronic viewfinder
Magnification 0.7
Frame coverage 100%
ASA/ISO range Auto, 100 – 25800
Custom WB Yes
Rear LCD monitor 3 inches with 921,600 dots
Battery NP-FW50, InfoLITHIUM, 7.2 V, 1080 mAh, 7.7 Wh, Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery
Dimensions 120 x 67 x 45mm (4.72 x 2.64 x 1.77 inches)
Weight 344g including battery
Image processor Bionz X

The Sony A6000 is a digital camera announced February 12, 2014.[1] It is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera or MILC, and this has a smaller body form factor than a traditional DSLR, whilst retaining the sensor size and features of an APS-C-sized model. It is targeted at experienced users, enthusiasts and professionals. It replaces NEX-6 and NEX-7.[2] But DxO Labs mentions that although uses 24MP sensor as Sony NEX-7, Sony Alpha A6000 is seen more as a replacement of Sony NEX-6.[3]

As other cameras the Sony A6000 is advertised featuring the "world's fastest autofocus" with lag of 0.06 second and 11 fps continuous shooting with tracking AF, but lags for example behind the latest Nikon 1 series with 0.01 second delay and 20 fps continuous shooting with tracking AF. Its MSRP is $800 with a 16-50mm power-zoom kit lens f/3.5-5.6.[4]

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