My photographic skills will never allow me to win any competitions, except by chance (although I did once win a picture contest! However, I was completely oblivious that I had entered. I went with the cheapest option, the a5100… The smallest and lightest member of the group. Something that I don’t have to carry about in a backpack. And it seems to me that the a5100 is capable of taking images at a reasonable pace. What kind of disk space and processing power will be required for much of this?

Fujifilm is most likely using CPUs from the X-E1 in such versions, as shown by their performance. I am 100 percent certain that Sony is pressuring everyone to upgrade from the A6x00 cameras to the A7iii. I have no doubt about it. I’m sure Sony marketing wants everyone to believe that they are selling a large number of these cameras, but when compared to other cameras, their numbers are insignificant.

Another consideration is weight, which is particularly significant when choosing a camera that you will be carrying about with you all day. The Sony A6000 is substantially lighter than the Sony A6400, which may prove to be a considerable benefit when traveling long distances on foot. The Sony A6400 and A6000 are two Mirrorless cameras that we will be comparing in this article. The Sony Alpha a6400 is a camera in the Advanced Mirrorless class, whereas the Sony Alpha a6000 is a camera in the Entry-Level Mirrorless class. The a6000, according to software version 2.00, also makes use of the XAVC S codec, however it can only record at a maximum of Full HD quality at 60 frames per second and 50 megabits per second.

The IT industry seems to be running out of ideas that are really important and have a significant influence on the majority of consumers. I’ve discovered that there is a great deal to learn about the other parts of photography that are more important to me. I’m referring about gaining greater proficiency with Photoshop and Google Photos-related applications. I’m getting more bang for my money and more use out of my time by branching out into these other areas rather than making incremental improvements to cameras that make little difference in the photographs. All five cameras are equipped with a 3-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 921k dots.

It is accomplished by recording a video at a frame rate that is greater than the typical playback rate of 24 or 30 frames per second. Frame rates for slow-motion recordings may range from 60 frames per second (fps) to 960 frames per second (fps), depending on the camera’s capabilities. The resolution of the photographs recorded with the primary camera is determined by the number of megapixels available.

It should be noted that the above size and weight comparisons are rather inadequate since they do not take into account the interchangeable lenses that are required by both cameras. In this specific instance, both cameras are equipped with the same lens mount, allowing them to be used with the same lenses. In the Sony E-Mount Lens Catalog, you can get a comparison of the optics that are available. When compared to contrast detection autofocus systems, phase detection autofocus systems are far quicker. When filming scenarios with a lot of quick motion, the movies remain crisp and clear.


Additional benefits include increased transfer rates if used in conjunction with USB 3.0, as well as the ability to add future devices and features such as Fuji’s microphone input option. I would have liked to have seen a comparison chart, similar to what dpreview often provides for the reviews. I wouldn’t—but that’s because I like the features of the a6x00 series and was not searching for an attachment at the time of purchase. Sony should put an end to this yearly, gradual spec increase since it is really inconvenient.


The A6500, like the A6500, is equipped with in-body image stabilization. It is not just this that contributes to the minor increase in body fat, but also the addition of a new FZ100 battery that provides double the battery life of the previous models. The A6600, on the other hand, does not have the same massive buffer capacity as the A6500. If you’re looking for a camera that can capture high-speed continuous sports photography, the A6500 is the superior choice.


First and foremost, smartphones, security cameras, and even film cameras such as the Fujifilm Instax are outselling any ILC by a significant margin. As a result, there are hundreds of cameras that sell better. Sony has issued far too many models with complex naming schemes, and if the company really cares about its consumers, it should reduce the number of models published. Since the 6500 has been out for over a year, I was really upset when the 6400 came out with no IBIS, which left me feeling even more let down. I’ve come to the conclusion, as you have, that the 6400 is a far better value now that the 6600 has been launched. I’m waiting for a good Black Friday offer, but I’m going to get the camera that I first dismissed as being superfluous anyhow.

Current cameras are smart enough and contain a large number of capabilities that there is little motivation for individuals to upgrade from what they currently have. The FZ80 is really fantastic for Moon photography, especially when it comes to capturing raw images for post-processing. The presence of a table that compares the specs and characteristics of the different models, as has been pointed out by others, would greatly enhance the readability of this page. Instead of ignoring them, I wanted to illustrate what the newer, replacement models had to offer in addition to the older versions. Given how much simpler it is to operate and how much more effective the autofocus is on the most recent cameras, I believed that the majority of people would benefit from the more recent models.