The A6500 was announced in October 2016 and was the first APS-C camera in the E-mount range to feature 5-axis stabilisation. That, coupled with its impressive buffer capabilities, was enough to promote it to flagship status within Sony’s APS-C range.
Almost three years later we meet the A6600, the A6500’s natural successor. It retains most of the characteristics of its predecessor but brings the latest software tweaks in addition to real life shooting improvements such as the grip and battery life.
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