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Sony on Wednesday revealed the latest addition to its Alpha mirrorless range, the e6400 E-mount camera.
“The a6400 brings many of Sony’s most advanced technologies from their acclaimed full-frame lineup to a compact, lightweight APS-C camera,” said the company in a press release.
According to Sony, the mirrorless camera features the world’s fastest autofocus system, along with advanced AF eye-tracking capabilities.
Sony’s AI-toting Real-time Eye AF and Real-time Tracking systems also feature, and can process eye movement and information such as colour and distance.
The Alpha a6400 also features 4K video recording and a tiltable touch screen, aimed at creatives.
“The new camera is designed to offer a high level of functionality and customization to maximize shooting freedom,” Sony noted.
Additional specifications include a 24.2MP Exmor CMOS sensor, 425 phase-detection AF points, an AF speed of 0.02 seconds, and an ISO range of 100 to 102 400.
The camera will officially launch in February 2019. The body alone is priced at $900 while lens bundles range between $1000 and $1300.
Feature image: supplied, Sony