Despite recent competition from rivals like Canon and Nikon, Sony remains the leader in full-frame mirrorless cameras. Just last month, Sony looked to extend its lead with the introduction of the full-frame A7R IV, and now, Sony has come back to flesh out its APS-C camera lineup with the new a6600 and a6100.

In addition to their 24-MP sensors, both the a6600 and a6100 feature shooting speeds up to 11 fps with full autofocus and auto exposure tracking, 425 phase-detect AF points that cover 84 percent of their sensors, and 5-axis in-body image stabilization.

More importantly, both cameras also include Sony’s industry-leading face and eye-tracking systems that allow the camera to follow your subjects as they move throughout the frame. The cameras also include rear touchscreens that can flip up 180-degrees. In short, this is the trickle-down effect in action.

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