We have talked about this new rumored Sony A6000 a bit over the last few weeks. In case you are not caught up, the A6000 is a camera we expect to replace the NEX-6 and NEX-7. The rumored specs are incomplete, but sources say that it will include a ~24mp sensor, 1,400 dot EVF, 179 Phase Detection sensor points (AF), and a 3 inch 921,000 dot tilt-able screen.

[REWIND: Sony A6000 Rumored Announcement]

The first images of the A600 just leaked online today and have been seen across the web at various rumor sites. The first image looks like an actual product image leak, while the second “top down” view looks to be some sort of bad copy or picture of a picture. You can see the images below.

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Bildschirmfoto2014-02-11um130141_zpsfb821fa6 This all may seem a little silly though, because according to the rumors the announcement of this camera is expected tonight at 11pm EST (8pm PST). Which, if true, means that we will have plenty of real official images and specs for you later today. So stay tuned…

[via Sony Alpha Rumors]