DPR: Sony a6600 – Industry-Leading Autofocus System

DPR completed their review of the Sony a6600 and have given it a Silver Award. You can read the full review here or just read what they liked and did not like below.

What we like What we don’t
  • Excellent JPEG and Raw image quality
  • Class-leading AF tracking is especially good for photographing people
  • Good video quality
  • Unmatched battery life
  • In-body image stabilization
  • Headphone and mic sockets
  • Good burst shooting speed
  • Comfortable grip
  • Tilting touchscreen flips up 180 degrees, down 90 degrees
  • Extensive customization options
  • NFC makes image transfer simple
  • USB charging is convenient
  • Ergonomics lacking – both command dials must be operated with thumb
  • Lengthy menu is difficult to navigate
  • Single UHS-I card slot means buffer takes a long time to clear
  • Cannot switch to video or exit burst mode while buffer is clearing
  • Most buttons and controls are cramped, fiddly, or offer little travel and feedback
  • No in-camera Raw conversion
  • Bluetooth can’t be used to speed up Wi-Fi connection for image transfer
  • Significant ‘jello’ effect in 4K/24p mode or significant crop in 30p mode
  • Touchscreen behavior needs to be switched between stills and video

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