Sony A6400 has earned a Gold Award with an overall score of 85% from the experts of Dpreview. Sony’s a6400 is a mid-range APS-c camera, with a market-leading autofocus implementation at a surprisingly modest price.
The mirrorless camera comes with a 24.2MP APS-C sensor. The biggest feature is undoubtedly its autofocus system, which offers 425 phase-detect points, ‘Real-time Eye AF’ and ‘Real-time tracking’ for moving subjects. The a6400 can shoot bursts at 11 fps with continuous AF.
- Sony Alpha a6400 Body – $898.00 – at B&H Photo Video/Adorama/Amazon
- Sony Alpha a6400 Body w/ 16-50mm Lens Kit – $998.00 – at B&H Photo Video/Adorama/Amazon
- Sony Alpha a6400 Body w/ 18-135mm Lens Kit – $1,298.00 – at B&H Photo Video/Adorama/Amazon
Conclusion from DPReview:
The Sony a6400 is a near-universally capable midrange camera that offers some of the best autofocus performance we’ve ever seen, backed up by solid image and video quality in most situations. We’d really like to see some further refinement on ergonomics, as Sony has done with its full-frame models over the years, but the a6400 remains an excellent option for a variety of types of photography.
Good for: Family and social photography, fast action and sports, world travelers and anyone looking for the best autofocus bang-for-your-buck.
Not so good for: Those photographers seeking a more engaging or more fun shooting experience, those with larger hands and shooters that need consistently pleasing JPEG colors out-of-camera.
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