Sony A6100 Review

February 3, 2020 | Mark Goldstein |

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Sony’s entry-level mirrorless system camera, the A6000, has been a top-seller ever since it was launched in early 2014. Nearly six years later, the A6100 brings a host of improvements, sharing many of the same upgrades featured in latest mid-range A6400 and top-end A6600 bodies. However, these improvements don't come cheap, as the A6100 is nearly twice the price of the original A6000, somewhat limiting its appeal as an entry-level camera.
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The Sony a6100 is a 24MP APS-C mirrorless camera, aimed squarely at beginners and people who want attractive photos but don't necessarily think of themselves as photographers. A new, powerful autofocus system makes it one of the easiest cameras to use, if you just trust it to do its thing and concentrate instead on what you're shooting.
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Sony has gradually refreshed its APS-C lineup, with the A6100 the last model to come, following the A6400 and A6600 -- neither of which I was terribly impressed with. Both have world-class autofocus systems but otherwise failed to keep up with rivals. At prices as low as $600, however, the A6100 has wider market appeal and less competition.
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The Sony Alpha A6100 is the long-awaited update to the Sony Alpha A6000, and as such is Sony's new entry-level mirrorless camera. With a price tag of around £800, Sony has added 4K video recording, and what they're claiming is the fastest AF system available.
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