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Sony Announces the RX100 V and a6500, Two New Ultra-Fast Cameras

Sony’s been doing some impressive things in photography for ages now, but we’ve really been impressed with what they’ve released in the last few years. That continues this week — today, Sony announced the RX100 V and a6500, both of which take jumps forward in shutter speed, enabling some pretty incredible continuous shooting options. The a6500 is the latest entry in Sony’s flagship line of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras (ILCs), and a direct follow up to the a6300 released earlier this year.
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