DPReviewTV and CameraStoreTV on The Sony a6400

The Sony a6400 is an interesting camera because it’s yet again another incremental upgrade and came after Sony promised they are taking APS-C seriously. The only real difference between the a6400 and the a6300 is the tilt screen, slightly wider grip, slightly bigger buffer and the new AF system, which is good but not perfect.

If I were picking one today I would probably go a6400 unless I could get some substantial savings on the a6300, but I think many readers would rather wait for the professional a6700 or a7000 to be announced. Sony is off to a slow start revitalizing their APS-C camera bodies, but let’s hope they announce some quality lenses soon to support the format.

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Sony a6400 Preorder: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
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Sony a6300: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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