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Mark Peters : October 6th 2016 - 17:30 CET

Sony A6500 compact system camera


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SonySony Alpha 6500 APS-C Sensor camera : Sony Consumer Electronics proudly introduced its new flagship APS-C sensor camera, the Alpha A6500 (model: Sony ILCE-6500). As the latest addition to Sony’s line-up of award winning mirrorless cameras, the new A6500 shares the same unrivaled 4D Focus system as the Sony A6300 camera, which can lock focus on a subject in as little as 0.05 seconds, the world’s fastest AF acquisition time. Also shared with the A6300, the new A6500 system camera features 425 phase detection AF points that are densely positioned over nearly the entire image area - the world’s highest number of autofocus points on any interchangeable lens camera.
Sony A6500

Powerful system camera
The new Alpha camera can shoot images at up to 11 frames per second with continuous autofocus and exposure tracking and up to 8 frames per second in a live-view shooting mode that makes it easy to track fast moving subjects, as it combines all of the benefits of an electronic viewfinder with the immediacy of an optical viewfinder. The compact system camera can shoot at these high speeds for up to 307 frames thanks to its expanded buffer, which, along with the fast response speeds described above, are all achieved with the support of a new front-end LSI chip that has been added to the camera. This new front-end LSI also serves to enhance both still and video image quality.

A6500

High speed hybrid autofocus system
Sony’s new A6500 camera utilises the same 4D Focus system as the Alpha A6300 - a Fast Hybrid autofocus system that combines high-speed phase detection AF with extremely accurate contrast AF and allows it to capture and lock on to moving subjects in as little as 0.05 seconds. It also features 425 phase detection AF points and High-density Tracking AF Technology, which significantly improves subject detection and tracking performance. New for the A6500, thanks to faster internal processing capabilities enabled by the front-end LSI, the maximum buffer for high-speed continuous shooting is an impressive 307 frames, greatly increasing the chances to catch that decisive moment. The camera’s 425 phase detection AF points, focusing tracking and accuracy are also available when using non-native A-mount lenses with Sony’s LA-EA3 mount adaptor. Additionally, it includes silent shooting, Eye AF in AF-C mode, AF in focus magnifier modes, Expand Flexible Spot AF and more.

APS-C sensor camera

APS-C sensor camera with 5-axis image stabilisation
One of the most exciting developments in the new A6500 is the implementation of 5-axis image stabilisation for the first time in a Sony APS-C sensor camera. Additionally, through a total revision of the internal design of the camera, this newly developed stabilisation system fits entirely within a body that is nearly the same size as the A6300 model. This innovative 5- axis system provides a shutter speed advantage of 5 steps, ensuring the full resolving power of the sensor can be realised, even in challenging lighting. The shake compensation provided by the system works with a variety of lenses, including E-mount lenses without OSS (Optical SteadyShot) stabilisation and A-mount lenses when used with a compatible mount adapter. When an E-mount lens with OSS is mounted, pitch and yaw are compensated in the lens and horizontal, vertical and roll axes are compensated in the camera body, resulting in optimal 5-axis stabilisation.

Sony A6500 camera

Sony A6500 touch features
Also, with a simple half press of the shutter button, the effect of the image stabilisation can be monitored in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen, allowing framing and focus to be accurately checked and continually monitored. This is available even when a lens is attached that does not have built-in shake compensation. The Sony A6500 digital camera comes equipped with touch screen functionality, allowing users to lock focus on a subject simply by touching it on the screen. This is a powerful compliment to its advanced AF system and video shooting capabilities. Additionally, in a first for Sony cameras, the A6500 features touchpad functionality. When utilising the viewfinder for framing and shooting, the LCD screen can be used as a touch pad. Simply drag a finger across the screen to shift the focus point from one area to another.

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Sony Alpha A6500 price & availability
The Sony A6500 price in Euro (body only) is set at approximately €1,700. The kit version bundled with the Sony SEL1670Z lens will retail for €2,800. Retail prices vary from country to country. Availability of colors and optional Alpha A6500 accessories may differ depending on the country. Please check the Sony digital imaging website in your region for more details.




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