The Sony A6600 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24.2 megapixels manufactured from 2019. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 102400 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 11 FPS x 46 RAW, 99 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1470 €;
24 users have given it an average vote of 8.9 out of 10
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Pros:Battery life, sensor stabilization, burst and fear autofocus and dulcis at the bottom held at high iso
Cons:commands and decidedly small viewfinder keys not up to par and lack of flash
Opinion:But who said that they serve the FF when there are beasts like my a6600 that combo with the 16 55 f2.8 and the 70 350 4.5 6.3 photographer of everything and more with stratospheric quality and especially with weights and human costs or almost... I don't want to make controversy and everyone is free to think it as he wants but if he doesn't get it right the FF a reason there will also be meditated people meditated
Pros:Speed and precision AF, 11 fps gust, RAW file quality, Battery life, compactness and ergonomics, Construction Quality, Good ISO Seal, Stabilizer Presence, Reversible Screen
Cons:Price, viewfinder and display improveable, Rec button in uncomfortable position, lack of built-in flash, rolling shutter
Opinion:I've done all the Sony draw at5000, a6000, a6300, a6500 and often shoot with A7III. Already the 6500 I considered it a semi-professional if not professional, this new Top APS-C I consider it a full-fledged professional, also considering that now in the House Sony you have two new optical performances such as the 16-55f2.8 and the 70-350mm OSS that complete the system. Compared to the already good at 6500 the Autofocus has been further improved in both precision and possibilities, in particular the eye focus no longer has uncertainties. Even on the ISO seal, although it is said, especially on video has improved. The desired improvements on the 3 limits of the a6500 1)Battery life increased from 350 to 800 clicks, 2) The 30-minute recording limit was eliminated, 3) Added reversible screen for Vloggers. The menu has also been improved by adding an entire section of customizations. Convenient to add another function key. The body now has a more generous grip, all for the benefit of ergonomics and is also tropicalized. The insertion of generously sized optics, such as 70-350mm or 18-105mm, no longer returns that feeling of imbalance or insecurity. It was not enough. I have the opportunity to compare it often to the A7III and there are increasingly rare cases where there are noticeable differences between the two cameras. In fact, an upgrade that would now allow for an appreciable improvement of the IQ is represented only by the 42Mpx onwards, and therefore by the A7R3 to rise. It is true that the R2 has a better IQ, but it is outclassed in AF and burst by the a6600. The Sony APS-C system is now very mature and has a truly complete range of optics, considering that all recent FF optics are perfectly performing in APS-C. It was desirable to improve the stabilizer that remained unchanged from the a6500, as well as the rolling shutter that remains present exactly as for all younger sisters. In short, the a6600 is a professional compact with many quality optics available in the Sony, Sigma, Zeiss, Samyang, Tamron, etc. catalogs without the need for disliked adapters.
sent on April 19, 2020
Pros:Performance, size, battery life
Cons:Price? Aim still too small and "artificial"
Opinion:This review does not apply to professors and super professionals, I am a chicken who writes for other chickens, if there were any... It's the most snubbed and mist mirrorless ever due to the price-performance ratio... But it is the first mirrorless that happens to me in my hands, used together with the D500, the difference in weight and size is abysmal, both as a body and as an optic. The sony menu that scared me so much (to hear all the negative opinions) doesn't really make me any problem... I came from d500 (which I still have), a machine lady, and I was hesitants of the mirrorless system... But I had to think again... The autofocus is out of its mind... Eye AF, point coverage, pursuit, flexibility... I haven't tried it at night yet, but on all other occasions I've found it "better" than the d500, including sports photos. I did two rallies (Brands and Valleys) and a bit of photo hunting and lots of tests at home on tripods in manual focus with similar objectives sony sigma and Nikon for the two systems, and the files that come out are always more beautiful, at least in my eyes. The jpeg are much more detailed and rich, with raw the difference is thinned but always in favor of sony, both for the 24mpx sensor and for the optics, especially with the typical telephoto lenses in the range of 70-300 /100-400 /200-600, which are better than the competition. The iso seal is I would say identical to the D500. Maximum limit 6400 iso,pp experts will manage to recover well, but the noise is still quite evident and a chicken like me does not do so much. The battery life is fantastic, pretty much like the d500, maybe better. Compared to the D500 pays a smaller and less natural viewfinder, which is activated only when you put the eye on it, so with a very slight delay that makes you lose shots in birds and fast sports, something that I find ridiculous in 2020 for a top of the range dedicated precisely to the sport.si can solve by putting the duct tape on the sensor of the crosshairs. In addition, taking from the viewfinder practically in the dark the d500 still hooks, while the sony does not. The speed with which you operate with a d500 is still a bit higher, even as immediacy of use. The d500 just turn it on and in less than a moment you aim and part machine gun (with a shooting noise however really "exaggerated" in comparison to sony) A6600 is a nice toy. But probably right now it's worth taking an a6400 that costs a lot less.also the stabilizer (reason I chose it) does not convince me much, we are around 3 stops. Professionals and many partisan enthusiasts will tell you that this review is rubbish. But I see them at sporting events and on other occasions covered in equipment, sweaty, clumsy, with heavy backpacks, with machine bodies that resemble prehistoric tanks, and I too was put like them, even in my treks... With sony I carry with just a pouch or at the limit a backpack, I seem to have nothing on me and runs away laughing, then at home unloading the photos, for example after the rally val d'orcia, Nikon d500 with 18-140 and a6600 with 18-135, the results speak for themselves... Then I download the photos of the photo hunt and the long-distance test with d500 and sigma 100-400 /60-600 against a6600 with 70-350 and 200-600, and to the pleasant surprise the sony telephotos clearly prevail over those her competitors... The extra-council in combination 70-350!
Opinion:I come from the a6300 and previously from Canon 6D. Compared to the 6300 it acquires a responsive af, the articulated display, the stabilizer and ultra-performing battery. Qualitatively we are at the same level regarding photo department (I do not make videos ). I still lack pro lenses to make the most of it, which at the moment costs an exaggeration. I think it will be my ultimate camera as I arrive from the FullFrames that, guaranteed on the iso side superior performance but the weight gained penalized them (in my specific case). For those who like to travel light or have back pain problems is the most appropriate solution. The Fuji antagonist is much heavier.
Pros:I assume that I use it only for birds and as a second machine body : Autofocus speed !!!! , hook to the subject, iso hold, APS-C 24.2 Mpxl with single pixel size of 3.89micron, excellent dynamic range, same battery of the top range, weight, 11 FPS, well built and tropicalized.
Cons:I say that I use it only for birdlife and as a second body machine : solution sight not excelled but bearable , not really "beautiful" but if the results there little matter, menu in the style Sony everything to learn.
Opinion:I say that I use it only for birdlife and coupled with a Sony 200 600 or Sony 100 400 ; so what I wrote in the pros makes it foolproof. Recommended as a second machine body to be flanked by a Sony F.F. when you need handling and greater extension of focal. With mounted the Sony 100 400 without tripod support (useless in the free hand ) the weight is only 1.8 kg. !! Note on single Pixel size : a6600 Aps-C 24.2Mpxl dim.single pixel 3.89micron - a7RIII F.F 42.4Mpxl dim.single pixel 4.5micron - a7RIV F.F 61Mpxl's single pixel 3.73micron - a9/a9II F.F.24.2Mpxl dim.single pixel 5.91micron (detection on https://www.digicamdb.com/specs/sony_a6600/ ) this proves that with the a6600 you can afford an additional cropping without losing too much resolution. Due to the Sony menu that I consider "very" atricolated it is necessary to preset some buttons to speed up the changes of settings suitable for the different shooting situation.
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