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Sony A6600 Black Friday DealsThe Sony a6600 mirrorless camera is the top-of-the line APS-C model. It has 24MP resolution and 4K video recording. Although it looks similar to other models in the a6000-series, the Sony a6600 has the largest battery and best Sony A6600 Black Friday Deals 2021 build quality, even though the images it produces are not as good as the more expensive ones. In-body image stabilization is a unique feature of the a6600, which is still a rare option among APS-C cameras.

It will allow you to shoot stills in low light. However, it also comes with great autofocus tracking, making it the most popular crop-sensor video camera Sony sells. We think that the a6600 needs some ergonomic improvements to make it easier to use. The Sony a6600 is a great camera for video and vlogging. Its stunning AF, in body image stabilization, and large battery make it ideal for stills photography. The a6600’s still image quality is not class-leading. This is a major drawback considering the high-end, more expensive cameras. Its video performance is also excellent, but it is marred by a rolling shutter effect and very ordinary video specs by current standards. Sony’s latest and greatest offering from its A6000-series APS-C mirrorless camera range is the Sony A6600. Although the 24.2MP sensor is not particularly impressive, and BIONZXX image processor aren’t too special. Sony has taken great care of the A6600’s advanced subject tracking and autofocus capabilities.

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Additional high-end features include weather-sealed magnesium alloy bodies that conceal in-body sensor shift image stabilization and high-capacity batteries. It is also designed for video and vlogging. The camera boasts 4K HDR recording with no limit on recording length. It also has an integrated microphone socket to enhance audio clarity and a headphone input for sound monitoring. The A6600’s heart is Sony’s 24.2MP APSC sensor. It’s a feature we’ve seen before with previous a6000-series cameras. In fact, the A6600 shares this sensor with Sony’s Bionz X processor.

This is a good thing as they both produce great image quality. The sensor’s sensitivity is ISO 32000 for stills, which can be expanded to ISO 102.400. But it’s the 5-axis image stabilization built into the camera that’s particularly impressive in this tiny camera. This system can be used with lenses without optical stabilization, and up to five stops of stabilization. The latest tech also includes 0.02-second autofocus, Real-Time Tracking and Autofocus, and Real-time eye AF. These technologies recognize the eyes of humans and animals and automatically keep them in focus.

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The A6600 video features and the APS-C mirrorless camera’s 11 frames per second (fps), burst shooting are also impressive. The A6600 has Real-time Eye AF for video – something that step-down models don’t have. It can record 4K movies in Super 35mm format and unlimited video lengths. It also records 4K video at 24fps or 30fps. The A6600 can record 120fps in slow motion if you lower the resolution to Full HD.

There are also S-Log3 Gamma profiles and S-Log2 Gamma profiles that allow for color-grading post-production. The a6600 is built to withstand more than other Sony APSC cameras. It features a weatherproof design and is equipped with the step-up NPFZ1000 battery from Sony, which doubles the battery’s life to approximately 720 shots. Sony claims that this makes it the longest-lasting APS-C-mistril camera. It has a bigger grip than its siblings to take the extra weight. The camera feels more secure and comfortable in larger hands. There’s just enough space between the grip and the lens for it to feel spacious. However, the rear panel is not as compact. It follows a design ethos that can easily be traced back at Sony’s NEX range APS-C mirrorless camera.

Although it may make the camera smaller, the controls on the rear panel are too cramped and the wheel is too small to be used comfortably. This layout would be greatly improved if it had a front-mounted control knob like the Nikon Z 50 or Fujifilm X-T3. Unfortunately, the A6600 does not have one. The A6600’s chassis is the most noticeable difference to other A6000-series camera models. The chassis is made from Sony A6600 Black Friday Deals 2021 magnesium alloy and has a distinct high-end look. However, at 503g the a6600 weighs slightly more than models in the a6x00 range.