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The Imaging Edge Webcam application makes it easy to use your Sony camera as a high-quality webcam, with wide compatibility, for impressive live streaming and conferencing. correct me if I'm incorrect or blunt. For me 2 batteries is usually enough for a day outside and many times one is enough. Same lens on Olympus EM-10, no problems there. Yesterday did some testing in the local shop Sony 6400 vs Fujifilm xt30 and got lots of Out of focus photos with xt30. Sony's Unmatched Realtime Eye-AF The Stupid fast AF for both Photo and Video Weight and Usability and Customizability! My favorite Setup so far is the a6400 + Sony 85mm 1.8(127.5mm Effective Crop Sensor) or the Sigma 16mm 1.4 (21mm Effective Crop Sensor). But I can’t see the IQ improvements DPREVIEW mentions, even compared to the old a6000. (DPR have failed to change that spec. Not as sharp as touted, at least the one I bought and the same kit lens. Customized Sony A6400 controls. “The main story here is that, in a nutshell, image quality is identical to the older a6300 in Raw mode. Just a prediction; the A6300 was presented in Feb, 16 and the A6500 in Oct, 16, then if the A6400 was presented in Feb,19, the new A6700 should be presented in the next October... We have tested side by side the a6500 and the a6400. Or adapt less expensive Canon lenses which are big as well. The Sony Alpha A6400 is the newest edition in Sony’s midrange crop-sensor lineup. Great camera for 21-th century photographers. W/o all that, the bloat would be unbearable. Noise is easier to clean up but lost details are harder to recover. Btw does anybody know, is the 6400 faster to power on than the 6000? Unless you need better AF, better EVFs and faster operation, there isn't a whole lot of incentive to upgrade your camera. Sure, the Fuji smartphone camera remote app is great. Lightweight, compact and sturdily built, the α6400 is loaded with impressive capabilities and features. A part or whole of software/services installed into or accessible through the product may be changed, discontinued, removed, suspended, or terminated without notice. However when i bought the 55-210 OSS lens (which is indeed cheap by that price rate) it is quite a let down. Canon introduced an 18-150 zoom for their EOS M system a couple years ago. In the Canon mirrorless world, they are too different, incompatible systems. Their full frame lenses can be used on APS-c E-mount cameras, and when customers decide to migrate to full frame they'll already have lens for that system. I went back to apsc, sony in particular because I want great value per dollar spent. So Sony don't charge anything to other lens manufacturers, so they can develop and sell E-mount lenses? .. because a bad design is always a bad design? If moving over to an A7 design style with central EVF, it will be named an A7000. and unlike the crippled Fuji X30, it has an indispensable selfie LCD to shoot video... great Sony. However, despite the noise, the A6400 stills pulls out more details in the shadows anyway - https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/image-comparison/fullscreen?attr144_0=sony_a6400&attr144_1=sony_a6400&attr144_2=fujifilm_xt30&attr144_3=fujifilm_xt30&attr146_0=100_5&attr146_1=100_6&attr146_2=160_6&attr146_3=160_7&attr177_0=off&attr177_1=off&attr177_2=off&attr177_3=off&normalization=compare&widget=665&x=-1.0234575652074653&y=-0.5278862923540646. Er, 007Peter, surely IBIS is exactly what “M43” has done to address a major part of its “core weaknesses” ? Fuji also has an 18-135, but it's pricier at $800 ($300 more than Sony's). We've combed through the options and selected our two favorite cameras in this class. BTW, I do agree with you that if we have to battle with the UI at all, something's definitely wrong. But it has very limited zoom range. Plus I have many "pro" or "top amateur" lenses in my arsenal. I still use the Sony 6000, perfectly decent camera, but think will move up at some point to the 6400. https://www.sonyalpharumors.com/sony-russia-manager-says-not-all-technologies-are-yet-ready-for-the-a7siii-and-expect-an-a65000-successor/. @captura - "Why should Sony waste resources developing new APSC lenses when Sigma and others are doing it for them?". I think that an APS-C system should be compact as main advantage over FF. That's reality. I've had my A6000 for almost 3 years ( or is it 4) and it's next to brand new because I just could not handle the rate at which it chews through batteries so I just leave it in the cupboard, I mean "it's horrifying" to see those battery life percentage numbers tumble downward so fast. 18-135 is maybe what you can get at the first place after selling the 16-50 for 100$ on eBay.There are very good Sigma prime lenses. But, if you want that in m4/3 land there are always the Olympus PDAF/CDAF models. But they obviously want to make money from their own lens sales as well. They just hadn't gotten around to cashing in on that pent-up demand yet, because they've been working on their FF MILC system for the last few years. Sony A6400 and Canon M50's LCD screens has the same diagonal size of 3". since i dont own any sony cameras , i dont need to master their awful menus ,, the ones dpr have been mentioning since the sony Nex 7many years agoDPR in 2011: "The NEX-7's menus are based on the original NEX-5's, just adding more options on top. Using remote on iPhone is a joke. @capturaThe FE 28-70mm may be small enough, but on APS-C it becomes a 42-105mm, which is not a very useful range. I take this thing everywhere, it's got me shooting again, so that's something! If the UI is sub-par *and* we cannot customize it to our liking, *then* it's a lost battle. The A6400 shares Bluetooth with the A6500 and both can conveniently use it for GPS geotagging via your smartphone, but this isn't possible with the A6300 which only supports WiFi and NFC. Complaining about the flip-up screen being in the way of your hot-shoe mic is about the whiniest thing I’ve thing I’ve ever read. I had both.The tamron 28-75 works also very fine with it... as does every other ff lens. I bought 30mm and 56mm Sigmas (great lenses! Take a look. It’s intriguing that that older model with a similar 24 MP sensor and on-chip phase detection autofocus has slightly better dynamic range and has significantly better color sensitivity throughout the sensitivity range". I bet you don't know nothing about IQ otherwise, you wouldn't say that. Here are some of our favorites. umm it was dpr in the latest comparison between fuji and sony midsize models where we were reminded of sonyys weaks poorly orginized menu, ok??? A trailblazer. What’s the best camera for less than $1000? It’s a valid concern for anyone who wants to use an external microphone while recording themselves. A great pleasure to use if you don't need connectivity, fast subject tracking or animal eye-focus.
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