As we all know, Sony is one of the legendary brands as far as electronics and electronic gadgets are concerned. They are well known for being part of almost all sectors of electronics that are currently on the market shelves. We are going to talk about their newest release – Sony A6600.
In the world of photography, Sony has been an inspiration like no other. The range of products that this Japanese Juggernaut has on showcase is simple envious and breathtaking. Popularly, these are the sections where Sony excels:
- Mirrorless Cameras
- Camera Lenses
- Sound Systems etc.
Focusing purely on the photography aspect, Sony A6000 was one of the first popular choice Mirrorless Cameras released by Sony. This camera was quite impressive for the time it was released. Accordingly, people took an interest in these new types of cameras.
Usually, it was the Digital Point and Shoot cameras and the Digital Single-Lens Reflex or DSLR Cameras that had a bigger advantage in the market. Suddenly, this new compact and efficient type of camera made everyone curious.
The handling of a Point and Shoot Camera with the clarity and sharpness of a Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera had everyone on their toes. This gave Sony quite an edge as far as the market for Mirrorless Cameras is concerned.
Other companies joined the party and thus, the age of Mirrorless Cameras began convincingly. The Sony A6000 was certainly a pioneer in getting this pushed all the way. The APS-C Camera is still in use and people still don’t shy away from giving it a try.
Sony A6600 in Brief
The newest camera that was released in the Sony A6XXX series was the Sony A6600. There have been quite a few rumors going on about the next masterpiece, Sony A9 II, and its release with leaked images. However, this camera is not far behind, at least for the community.
The specifications of the new Sony A6600 camera are as follows:
- 24.2 Megapixel APS-C Exmor CMOS Image Sensor
- BIONZ X Image Processor
- Ultra HD 4K (30fps) Video with HLG & S-Log3 Gammas
- XGA Tru-Finder 2.36m-Dot OLED Electronic Viewfinder
- 4D FOCUS system
- 5-Axis SteadyShot INSIDE Image Stabilization etc.
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