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.