DPReview Sony a6100 Review


DPReview reviewed the Sony a6100 and gave it a silver award. Below you can see the pro/cons and you can find the full review here.

What we like What we don’t
  • Excellent image quality in both JPEG and Raw
  • Class-leading AF tracking is especially good for photographing people
  • Good video quality
  • Strong feature set (including EVF) for the price
  • Extensive customization options
  • NFC makes image transfer simple
  • Good battery life for its class
  • USB charging is convenient
  • Large menu can be difficult to navigate
  • Both command dials need to be controlled with the thumb
  • No in-body stabilization makes it harder to shoot steady video
  • No in-camera Raw conversion to edit images
  • Bluetooth can’t be used to speed-up Wi-Fi connection
  • Significant ‘jello’ effect in 4K/24p mode or significant crop in 30p mode
  • Touchscreen behavior needs to be switched between stills and video modes
  • No adjustment of Auto ISO thresholds
  • No external charger provided

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