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Mark Peters : October 6th 2016 - 18:00 CET

Sony Alpha A6500 video features


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SonySony A6500 mirrorless camera : The Sony A6500 features an APS-C sized 24.2 megapixel Exmor CMOS image sensor that works together with a powerful BIONZ X image processor and the newly developed front-end LSI to boost processing power and achieve an impressive sensitivity range of ISO 100-51200. The image sensor employs a thin wiring layer and large photodiode substrate that maximises light collection efficiency, plus copper wiring in its structure for outstanding read-out speed. The BIONZ X image processor and newly developed front-end LSI ensure superior image and video quality with low noise even when using higher ISO settings, in particular those at high sensitivity values where other cameras typically struggle. The LSI is also responsible for the expanded buffer depth for continuous shooting.
Sony Alpha A6500

Sony Alpha A6500
The Sony Alpha A6500 becomes the latest Sony interchangeable lens camera to offer internal 4K movie recording, as it can shoot 4K (3840x2160p) video in the popular Super 35mm format on the full width of the image sensor. When shooting in this format, the camera uses full pixel readout without pixel binning to collect 6K of information - approximately 2.4x (20 megapixel equivalent) as many pixels as 4K UHD and then oversamples the information to produce high quality 4K footage with exceptional detail and depth. Additionally, the A6500 will focus exceptionally fast during movie shooting thanks to its Fast Hybrid AF system, offers touch focusing for professionally smooth focus shifts, whilst also offering adjustable AF transition speed and AF tracking sensitivity. The Sony camera supports the XAVC S codec during video shooting, which records at a high bit rate of up to 100 Mbps during 4K recording and 50 Mbps during Full HD shooting, ensuring maximum detail and clarity in both video formats. Other video features include the ability to record Full HD at 100fps at up to 100 Mbps, which allows footage to be reviewed and eventually edited into 4x slow motion video files in Full HD (25p) resolution with AF tracking.

Alpha A6500

4K video features
New on the Alpha A6500 is the incorporation of a ‘Slow and Quick’ mode that supports both slow motion and quick motion. In this mode, frame rates from 1fps to 100fps can be selected in 8 steps for up to 50x quick motion and 4x slow motion recording. Footage shot in this mode can be previewed after shooting without the need for PC-based post processing. The Sony Alpha camera also offers S-Log gamma recording for wide dynamic range shooting - approximately 14-stop latitude in S-Log3 gamma setting - and supports S-Gamut for a wider colour space. Both options allow for greater creativity for processing video post-production. Shooters also now have the ability to select, extract and save still images from movie footage directly on the camera. Approximately 8 MP images and 2 MP images can be pulled from 4K modes and Full HD modes, respectively.

A6500 body

Sony Alpha 6500 body with XGA OLED Tru-Finder
The new A6500 has a refined design, maintaining the mobility of the A6000 series while adapting much of the usability of Sony’s acclaimed Alpha A7 II series. The new Alpha mirrorless system camera features the same high contrast, high-resolution 2.4 million dot XGA OLED Tru-Finder as the A6300 that offers exceptional corner-to-corner visibility. New hardware features on the A6500 include a magnesium alloy body and a high-durability shutter with a tested life span of approximately 200,000 release cycles. It also has several design features that are borrowed from the α7 II series of full-frame cameras, which include a robust lens mount, a recessed grip to improve handling, a larger release button and ten total custom buttons including ‘C1’, ‘C2’ and ‘C3’. It also has an improved operation feel for its mode and control dials and rear face buttons, as well as a softer eyepiece cup for more comfortable usage.

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Apps available for Google Android and Apple iOS
On the software front, there is a new overall user interface, which allows for a much smoother process for searching and adjusting menu settings, as well two new metering modes - Highlight, where exposure metering is focused on the brightest area of the frame, and Entire Screen Avg, which maintains an average metering for the entire image. The camera is Wi-Fi, QR and NFC compatible and fully compatible with Sony’s Play Memories Mobile applications available for Android and iOS platforms, as well as Sony’s growing range of Play Memories Camera Apps. The Sony Alpha A6500 system camera also offers location data acquisition via a Bluetooth connection to a compatible mobile device and an updated menu structure to deliver a smoother navigational experience.




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