At this year's CES, Sony has announced their new A5000 mirrorless camera, which, despite its size, is more than enough to fill the hole left behind with the elimination of their NEX brand. For years, Sony has got better and better in making their camera's compact, but still highly functional and - most importantly - affordable. The A5000 is no different. Coming with a 20-megapixel APS-C sensor, Wi-Fi and NFC, a 3-inch 180-degree tilting LCD display with 460k-dot resolution, and functions solely focused on photos, all neatly packed within a 109.6 x 62.8 x 35.7mm body that weighs 210g. That's right, probably one of the smallest and lightest interchangeable camera's on the market. The Sony A5000 Mirrorless Camera is scheduled for a March 2014 release in both a black and white body with a 16-50mm motorised zoom lens.
via The Verge