In this review oriented article I will have all the relevant quality Sony A6600 reviews rounded up for your convenience. I will also review the A6600 at some point in the near future, but in the meantime check these great reviews out so you can get an idea of what the new Sony APS-C mirrorless camera is capable of.
The New Sony A6600 is now the upgrade from the A6500 which I reviewed here >>, and is going for $1398 US. It offers a beefy magnesium alloy chassis with significant dust and moisture resistance, a new larger more ergonomic grip which houses the way more powerful NP FZ100 battery. This is a huge improvement in battery life and the camera will now take around 700 shots on a single battery. In addition the A6600 has the awesome 5-axis steadyshot inside just like the A6500, but more advanced video features, more autofocus options, metering options, and the inclusion of a headphone jack in addition to the mic. It also has the time-lapse feature built-in which we saw on the more affordable A6400 that I recently reviewed in great detail here >>
So far what we are seeing is a great improvement overall as far as battery life and the 180 degree flip screen, and viewfinder quality, but for sports shooters the buffer size is not improved at all which sucks. This is surprising and totally worth noting if you are looking for that feature in particular. More to come…
That is about it for this article for now, but as new quality reviews come out I will add them here for your convenience. If you see a quality review you think I should include, please be sure to let me know in the comments area below. Also, if you have a Sony A6600, be sure to let us know what you think of the camera so far good or bad!
Have a great day, Jay
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