Now available for pre-order: Sony a6700 camera, 70-200mm f/4 G OSS II lens, and ECM-M1 mic




Sony announced three new products – a6700 camera, 70-200mm f/4 G OSS II lens, and ECM-M1 mic:

Sony Alpha 6700 (review | hands-on report)
The new Sony Alpha 6700 is packed with the latest technology found in Sony’s newest cameras, including a Bionz XR processing engine and a dedicated AI chip that brings the next generation of auto-focusing to the APS-C world. It also has 5-axis In-Body Optical Stabilization, an Auto Exposure System and Focus Bracketing. On the video side, you can shoot 4K in 10-bit 4:2:2 color sampling and up to 120 frames per second. A flip-out touchscreen makes it even easier for the hybrid creator to use for photo and video.

Sony 70-200mm f/4 G II (hands-on)
The new Sony 70-200mm f/4 G II is an exciting upgrade to its predecessor. The lens is smaller, lighter and offers macro capabilities over the entire zoom range with a minimum focusing distance of 3.5 inches on the wide end of the lens, to 7.5 inches on the telephoto lens and a 0.5X magnification. It also has four XD Linear Motors, providing ultra quiet and accurate high speed autofocus.

Sony ECM-M1
The Sony ECM-M1 is the world’s first eight-dial selectable audio recording microphone featuring eight different pickup patterns: The eight pickup patterns include Super-Directional, Omni-Directional, Super-Directional Rear, Super-Directional Front & Rear, Super-Directional (Front + Rear) Separate, Stereo, Ultra-Directional. The microphone also has four different channels that allow you to pick up audio in a variety of different directions at the same time.

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