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Sony has removed the built-in flash from the A6600, which means you'll have to depend on either Sony's own speed light capabilities or third-party devices to take photos in low light. Even though the a6500 has an integrated flash, the guide number is very low, as is generally the case with this kind of equipment. Even while both cameras include a microphone input (a 3-pronged 3.5mm port), only the A6600 has an additional headphone output (a three-pronged 3.5mm jack), allowing you to monitor sounds more accurately with your headphones.



Aside from that, the new camera has the most up-to-date software algorithm that Sony has been working on over the previous many years. The A6500 has a hybrid technology that contains 425 phase detection points and 169 contrast detection points in total. It is equipped with Sony's 4D Focus technology, which proved to be quick and dependable in our testing, even while shooting sports and demanding subjects like as birds in flight. As of October 2016, the A6500 was the first APS-C camera in the E-mount line to have 5-axis stabilization, making it a groundbreaking camera. That, together with its exceptional buffer capabilities, was sufficient to elevate it to the position of flagship model within Sony's APS-C lineup.



If you'd like to see a different side-by-side camera evaluation, just use the search bar at the bottom of this page. There is also a collection of direct links to comparative reviews that have been discovered by other users of the CAM-parator app. It should be noted that the above size and weight comparisons are rather inadequate since they do not take into account the interchangeable lenses that are required by both cameras. In this specific instance, both cameras are equipped with the same lens mount, allowing them to be used with the same lenses.



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Both the Sony A6600 and the Sony A6500 feature 24.0 MP resolution sensors, however the sensor on the Sony A6600 is APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm) and the sensor on the Sony A6500 is also APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm) (23.5 x 15.6 mm ). The top view comparison of the Sony A6600 and Sony A6500 will be discussed later. Performance of the CPU when it has been overclocked is measured by using this benchmark. When a 3D scene is rendered by a CPU, Cinebench R20 is used to test the multi-core performance of the CPU. When using a higher version of eMMC, quicker memory interfaces are possible, which has a good impact on the overall performance of the device.



Here's where Sony has made a handful of minor, but significant, improvements. As a consequence, shooting with the A6600 is a far more pleasant experience than shooting with its predecessor. Also new is the material used for the grip, which Sony says has been "upgraded" to provide a "more firm feel." Because the Sony A6600 has a higher Overall Score than the Sony A6500, we believe it is the better option if we had to choose between the two cameras.



Let's see whether the age difference between the two cameras makes a significant impact in their performance. According to the company's press statement, the A6600's processing speed is 1.8 times quicker than that of the A6500, owing to the addition of a new image processor and a new front-end LSI chip. Despite the fact that the sensor is the identical, the upgraded BionZ X image processor enables the A6600 to have a slightly wider ISO range than the A6000.



Consequently, you should discover that both models provide around the same amount of output. The difference in picture quality between the A6500 and the A6600 should be modest in terms of overall performance. In this review, we will be comparing Sony's A6600 and A6500 Advanced Mirrorless cameras, both of which are in the Advanced category. Sony A6600 was brought on the market in August of this year, while Sony A6500 was debuted in October of last year.



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We compute effective speed, which is a measure of real-world performance for average users in the actual world. The value for money rating is calculated by adjusting the effective speed for current pricing. Our estimated numbers are compared to thousands of individual user ratings to ensure that they are accurate. The fully customisable chart below incorporates all of these considerations to provide you with the final list of top CPUs.



The following is a side-by-side comparison of the rear views of the Sony A6600 and Sony A6500. The front view size comparison of the Sony A6600 and Sony A6500 is shown in the table below. However, it is 16mm thicker than the previous model, with a thickness of 69mm.



Finally, the A6600 is Sony's first APS-C camera to have Eye AF for video recording, making it the company's first camera with this feature. Another significant distinction is that the A6600 is capable of using Eye AF for animals. We put it through its paces on the A6400 and found it to be quite effective, with speeds and accuracy that are comparable to eye AF for humans. Sony claims that the A6600's focus acquisition is quicker than the A6500's, with the A6600 locking in 0.02s vs 0.05s on the A6500.



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