Sony is showing its new mirrorless camera - compact interchangeable lens - at CES 2014 which follows NEX-3 series line. The A5000 model brings new APS-C sensor of 20.1 megapixels and WiFi connectivity and NFC to quickly share pictures and videos. The camera provides excellent image quality in a small, lightweight and without many physical controls in the panel of the product. The LCD screen rotates up to 180 ᵒ to make self-portraits more easily, and the model also records video in 1080p resolution in 60i, 30p and 24p patterns.
The A5000 also has a micro USB port, which serves to recharge the battery, and an HDMI output (with support for images in 4K resolution) for photographers who want to view their pictures in high definition on a computer or on a TV.
The model comes with 16-50mm lens kit, and is due in stores in March, with color options in black, white and silver. The suggested price for the camera is $600. The A5000 is a camera focused a little more demanding photographers, who will want to invest in other sets of lenses and make use of all the resources that mirrorless offers. As for any photographers, Sony has more immediate and simple models of use, as the RX100 line.