Sony Alpha a6400 Camera Review

The Sony A6400, perhaps the best camera for travel!

Why You Should Care :

Mirror less cameras are all the rage right now and for good reason! They have a small body and they provide just about if not THE SAME abilities as their larger counterparts like the DSLR Cameras.

Specifically the Sony Alpha a6400, is a big step up from the Sony Alpha a6000 Camera Review. With additional focus points, 11 FPS burst shooting, stellar real-time autofocus, and the ability to shoot in 4K. This is a dream camera for the backpacker!

Sony Alpha a6400 Pros :

  • You can use any e mount Sony lenses.
  • Incredibly fast autofocus
  • Tilt able LCD screen for the video blogger
  • unlike the a6000 it does not shut off after little bit of recording
  • an incredible Eye autofocus

Sony Alpha a6400 Cons :

  • No in camera image stabilization ( only through the lens)

Is this a good camera for travel?

100% yes. With the versatility of lenses, the powerhouse that is in the small frame, weather resistant body, (meaning it’s only dust and moisture resistant), And a metal body as well you’ll be okay tracking with this camera.

Sony Alpha a6400 Camera Review A bit more details:

The Sony a6400 Arrived on the scene earlier this year in 2019. It was meant to fill the gap tween the A6300 and the A6500. However I personally feel is far superior to its larger model.

Technical Details of the Sony Alpha a6400

  • Next Gen speed: experience the world’s fastest 0. 02 sec AF with real-time AF and object tracking
  • Enhanced subject capture: wide 425 Phase/ 425 contrast detection points over 84% of the sensor
  • Fast & accurate: up to 11Fps continuous shooting at 24. 2MP raw with crisp, clear natural colors
  • Multiple movie functions: make time lapse movies or slow/quick motion videos without post processing
  • Tiltable LCD screen: customizable for vlogging, still photography or recording a professional film
  • In the box: rechargeable battery (NP-FW50) AC adaptor (ac-uud12), shoulder strap, body cap, accessory shoe cap, eyepiece cup, micro USB cable.Metering Type:1200-zone evaluative metering

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