Friday, October 7, 2016

Sony Introduces First Camera APS-C OIS 5-Axis A6500

Sony Camera A6500 touch screen
Sony Camera A6500 - As gadgeteers know, Sony is not only cultivate the mobile market, but he was present in the markets of the console until the camera. One of the interesting news comes from Sony is camera sector. The company brings a camera mirrorless system with APS-C for the autofocus claimed the most powerful.

Sony A6500 itself is a successor of the previous generation of the A6300, which was launched last February. Both of these cameras using 4D focus system that has a 425 point autofocus phase detection.  This makes the camera Sony can focus on an object in just 0.05 seconds.

Sony Camera A6500 touch screen 

The sensor used in the A6500 is also the same with the A6300. Both use ie 24.2 megapixel Exmor CMOS sensor with support for X Bionz image processor, which has an ISO range of 100 to 51.20. In addition to the strong focus, A6500 also strong in fashion continuous shoot or burst . Speeds up to 11 fps in mode , the speed will drop to 8 fps when done in a mode live view . Memory to buffer A6500 is able to accommodate up to 307 photos in a row.

One difference between the A6500 to A6300 is on the screen. Now Sony complement A6500 screen with touch screen technology. The touch screen serves to solidify  focusing  on taking pictures and  video  later. In addition, Sony says that the camera is an APS-C camera his first equipped with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) 5 axis.

Speaking of taking video earlier, Sony A6500 can record video 4K Super 35mm format, and video 1080p with bitrate 100Mbps. In addition there is also the format of the video S-Log3, with the format of the color will look very flat , but the advantage, has a dynamic range of 14 stops.

Of course, this camera is complemented by additional features such as Wi-Fi connectivity, QR and NFC for easy transfer data. The plan is the latest of Sony's camera sales will begin in November with a price tag of $ 1,400 or approximately USD 18.2 million. Well, if gadgeteers keen to have it?
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