Sony Alpha 5100

By - August 19th, 2014

Sony Alpha 5100

Sony‘s latest addition to its Alpha line takes the form of the A5100, effectively replacing the NEX-5T — Sony’s current mid-range mirrorless offering — to take position in between the brand’s entry-level A5000 and A6000. It features a 24.3-megapixel sensor and a BIONZ X processor, as well as an optional16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 power-zoom lens, which can be bundled with the camera for $700 (or $550 just for the body). Additional benefits include the supremely fast hybrid autofocus system borrowed from the A6000, as well as a 921k-dot display (with touch functionality) that can flip forward 180 degrees for self-portraits. Rounding out the features are XAVC S video capture and a max ISO of 25,600. Available in black or white, the Sony Alpha 5100 ships in early September.

Sony Alpha 5100

Sony Alpha 5100

Sony Alpha 5100

Sony Alpha 5100

Sony Alpha 5100

Sony Alpha 5100

Sony Alpha 5100

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