Sony Just announced were a new high-end APS-C mirrorless, the a6600, an upgrade to Sony’s entry level in the a6100, a bright APS-C mid-range zoom that is the E 16-55mm f/2.8 G Lens, and a super telephoto E 70-350mm f/4.5-6.3 G OSS Lens—all APS-C and all very good.
The a6600 set a new benchmark in usability and feature set. It not only gains the best-in-class autofocus of other recently released models, such as the a6400 and a7R IV, but also improves image quality made possible by a 1.8x jump in processing over its predecessor,this model can now process 16-bit data straight from the updated 24.2MP Exmor APS-C CMOS sensor to create a high-fidelity 14-bit raw file.
A major improvement to the venerable a6000, which will remain in the lineup for the foreseeable future, the a6100 takes things up a few notches. The camera does use a revamped 24.2MP Exmor APS-C CMOS sensor and BIONZ X processor to deliver detailed imagery.
The E 16-55mm f/2.8 G Lens is the compact, fast, mid-range zoom lens that many APS-C E-mount shooters have been asking for. Its 24-82.5mm equivalent focal length is ideal because of the versatility that enables it to go quickly from wide-angle to short telephoto.
if you want more reach than a standard zoom can give you, the only way to do it is with a telephoto lens. The E 70-350mm f/4.5-6.3 G OSS Lens reaches an equivalent 105-525mm range, plenty good for sports, wildlife, and tons of other applications. It is also a good match for the 16-55mm as an extremely versatile pair of lightweight zooms