you know how movies often depict instantaneous image capture with really, really quick autofocus? that was in movies, but not that it won’t happen in real life. however, the Sony Alpha A6000 Interchangeable Lens Camera is one step closer to turning friction into non-friction with the world’s fastest AF system that is capable of locking onto your subject in mere 0.06 seconds. couple that to a high-resolution 24.3MP APS-C sensor and BIONZ X processor, you got yourself a really capable camera with interchangeable lens capability, sans the bulk that typical of a DSLR. its focal plane phase-detection AF sensor is able to cover 179 focal points and combines with high-precision contrast-detection AF to allow you to capture up to 11 frames per second with continuous autofocus.

other features include an OLED Tru-Finder, a pair of customizable buttons offer quick access to any of the 47 assignable functions, Full HD videoing, built-in flash, and built-in WiFi for wireless image transfer to Xperia or any NFC-compatible Android smartphones or tablets. with the latter, it also allows you to use your Android mobile devices as a remote control to the camera. all these awesomeness, comes in a body-only price tag of just $648 or $798 with the 16059mm Power Zoom Lens, or around $1,500 for one that’s bundled with full frame E-mount 70-200mm F4 G OSS telephone zoom lens. the Sony Alpha A6000 Interchangeable Lens Camera is expected to start shipping on April 20, 2014. take a few more look at the camera after the break.

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