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Sony's new A6500 is an even faster version of the A6300
Sony just announced the A6500 camera, a followup to the A6300 released in February and 2014's A6000 — one of the most popular interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras ever. The new camera has a lot in common with the blistering fast A6300, but Sony promises this version will be even faster thanks to a new processor. The company also just announced a brand new version of the compact RX100The A6500 also has one of the features that was painfully absent from the A6300 — a touchscreen LCD. Otherwise the internals are largely the same — there's a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor, the same 425 phase detection autofocus points, the same absurd 100-512009 ISO range, and 4K video recording. Sony says the new camera will focus as fast as the A6300, too, taking just 0.05 seconds to lock on to a subject. It can also shoot stills at 11 frames per second, with a buffer of 307 shots.
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