Sony intros A6500, flagship w/ 5-axis stabilization

Sony intros A6500, flagship w/ 5-axis stabilization

Sony has just introduced a new model replacing the very capable A6300. The new A6500 now comes with an APS-C sensor which has been equipped with five-axis image stabilization.


Sony A6500 specs:
3-inch 921.6k-dot tilting LCD touchscreen
2.4M-dot XGA OLED viewfinder
24.2MP APS-C sensor
425 phase detection autofocus points
5-axis stabilization
100-512009 ISO
1/4000 max shutter speed
4K video capture
0.05 second focus time
11fps photos up to 307 frames in RAW



In addition to those, the new A6500 now has a touchscreen LCD which allows for shifting the focus from one subject to another (while shooting video) by simply touching two points. This screen also acts as a touchpad to dictate the AF point when using the electronic viewfinder.



Sony will sell its new and improved E-mount mirrorless A6500 for around $1400 and will start shipping sometime in November.

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  1. pastilan says:

    This or Fuji X-T2?

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