Sony A6600 Camera Review – Sony’s Flagship 24mp APS-C Mirrorless Camera

Whilst there are numerous things we’d like to see improved with the Sony Alpha A6600, we can’t ignore the excellent photo and video quality, as well as the impressive battery life, thanks to the use of the Z series battery


The top-of-the-line APS-C mirrorless camera from Sony, the a6600, features 4K video recording and 24MP of resolution. While having a similar appearance to other Sony a6000-series cameras, this one has the largest battery and the best build quality of the group, even though the photographs it produces are largely comparable to those of the more affordable versions.

By providing in-body image stabilization, which is still uncommon among APS-C cameras, the a6600 further sets itself apart. To be sure, this should help with low-light stills shooting, but it also works well for autofocus tracking, making it the greatest crop-sensor video shooter that Sony currently offers.

Despite its improvements, we still believe the a6600 could use some ergonomic improvements to make it a simpler camera to operate.

Important characteristics:

  • 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor Proficient subject-tracking autofocus technology
  • Body-based image stabilization
  • OLED electronic viewfinder with 2.36M dots
  • Tilting touchscreen with 0.9M dots
  • Wi-Fi picture transfer and log profiles for NFC 4K video capture
  • 810-shot battery life and USB charging (per CIPA)
  • On November 29, 2019, the Sony a6600 will be available for $1400 (€1600) for the body-only model and
  • $1800 (€2000) for the model with an 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 kit lens.


Overall, the A6600 has a lot to offer and fulfills all of your needs for a portable, reasonably priced, and incredibly capable digital camera system. It’s good enough that you might never want to “upgrade” to more expensive full-frame cameras if you’re not an obsessive pixel-peeper.

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