The A6400 revives Sony’s APS-C camera range, bringing powerful video tools and upgraded image processing to tempt both stills photographers and videographers with a camera that looks perfect for independent content creators.
It’s hard to believe it’s almost two years since the launch of the Sony A9, but these updates will bring enhanced AF performance and new functionality to Sony’s flagship mirrorless camera for pro sports and action photography.
Manfrotto has announced a special Sony-specific version of its “top performing” Before GT carbon travel tripod. How can you have a tripod specific to a single brand (you ask)? It’s all in the custom-made version of the Manfrotto 200PL-PRO camera plate, apparently. This is the plate that screws to the bottom of the camera and... Continue Reading →
Sony has officially announced its long-awaited 400mm f/2.8 G Master lens for its full frame mirrorless A7 and A9 cameras. These cameras offer high continuous shooting speeds and powerful autofocus systems, but until now there haven't really been the kind of super-telephoto lenses that pro sports and wildlife photographers would need. The FE 400mm f/2.8... Continue Reading →
The new Sony RX100 VI looks brilliant in every way, but I can’t think of a single reason why I'd buy one. On paper, this camera ticks more boxes than we even knew were boxes. It’s a camera small enough to fit in your pocket, yet has a 24-200mm equivalent zoom. It shoots 4K video,... Continue Reading →
Verdict: 3 stars ★★★ It’s one of the cheapest mirrorless cameras on the market, yet it has a 24-megapixel sensor, an electronic viewfinder, 11fps shooting and advanced hybrid autofocus. So what’s the catch? The A6000 is an APS-C mirrorless camera first launched by Sony in February 2014. It has a rectangular ‘rangefinder’ style shape rather than... Continue Reading →