Not only are there all these announcements for APS-C, Sony is again updating its flagship a9 with new features. Firmware version 6.0 is due out in September, and will add Real-time Eye AF for Animals and Interval Shooting for Time Lapse. Both features are notable and it is very important to see that Sony is supporting its existing lineup of cameras, effectively making them a new camera with continuous firmware updates.
Sony today has officially announced two new APS-C camera bodies, expanding the mirrorless line giving creators more options for photos and 4K video. Both the Sony a6600 (B&H/Adorama/Amazon) and a6100 (B&H/Adorama/Amazon) have 24.2 megapixel image sensors, 4K video capability, built-in timelapse intervalometers, flip screens and microphone jacks. See details and the full press release below.
If you search Sony a6300 camera at B&H Photo Video, you will find that a6300 is listed as discontinued. Other Sony authorized dealers also has a6300 out of stock. Recently, Sony released a6400, a replacement of a6300.