Sony has just announced the Sony A6000 camera, which will join its new line of interchangeable lens camera systems, that used to be named NEX, and will sit in between the NEX-6 and the NEX-7.

Featuring a 24.3 megapixel Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor and Bionz X processor, the A6000 should be a great option for anyone looking for a good compact system camera. offering the faster autofocusing of any APS-C system camera, the A6000 also includes a Fast Hybrid AF system that is said to focus in just 0.06 seconds, with 179 phase detection focal points that have been combined with 25 contrast detection points.

The camera also includes Wi-Fi and NFC in-built with a 3 inch 821k-dot OLED display on the rear, with a 1,440k-dot electronic viewfinder on the back, and a built-in flash and hotshoe on the top.

Sony also say that the camera has a continuous shooting mode that is as quick as 11fps, and an ISO range of up to 25,600.

The Sony A6000 will be available in April 2014, pricing is still to be confirmed.

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