We have done a brief comparison between the recently announced A5100 camera and the A6000 camera, more or less they both carry the same core specification.. take a look at the details below
Top Continuous shooting speed: Sony A6000 features fast shooting speed (11fps vs. 6fps) compared to Sony A5100.
Sony A5100 Video Mode: Sony A6000 features full HD video recording @ 60fps frame rate.
Sony A5100 supported Format: The A51000 is capable to record videos in high-quality 50 Mbps XAVC S codec as well as web ready AVCHD codec
Sony A6000 Video Mode: Sony A6000 features full HD video recording @ 60fps frame rate.
Supported formats: Sony A6000 limited to AVCHD codec only (web ready)
Display: Sony A5100 features bigger and high resolution display compared to Sony A6000.
Or Sony A5100 features 3″ Rear Screen tilting and touch screen on the other hand Sony A6000 have 3″ Rear screen wide-screen tilting with +9,21,600 Screen dots, so we get more flexibility while composing our shot with Sony A5100.
Viewfinder: No EVF available in Sony A5100, but Sony A6000 does have built-in EVF.
Battery Life (CIPA): Sony A6000 battery rating is 420 shots and other hand Sony A5100 battery rating is 400 shots. According to CIPA.
Dimensions: Sony A5100 is smaller than Sony A6000.
Weight: Sony A5100 light-weight than Sony A6000.
High ISO Test Between Sony A5100 vs. Sony A6000
Verdict: Both the camera features almost same core specification, we recommend you to go with Sony A5100 camera.