The mirrorless camera from Sony is loaded with a 24.2-megapixel APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor along with Sony’s new Bionz image processor.
Sony has announced the launch of its new mirrorless camera, the A6400. The latest camera comes with a price tag of $899.99 and it will go on sale in the US from February 2019.
The brand claims it to be world’s first camera to feature AI-powered autofocus. The mirrorless camera from Sony is loaded with a 24.2-megapixel APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor along with Sony’s new Bionz image processor. The major highlight of the camera is that it features 425 phase-detection AF points and there is Hi-density AF Tracking technology that follows moving subjects.
The camera features real-time Eye AF that detects and autofocus on the eyes of the subject when the shutter is half-pressed. One can shoot continuous shots up to 11 fps and up to 8fps in silent mode. The camera has a sensitivity range of ISO 100 to ISO 102400. The camera can shoot videos up to 4K resolution and one can also shoot slow motion up to 5x and quick motion up to 60x.
It can deliver 14-bit RAW output with rich tonal gradation. The device features a 3.0-inch tiltable LCD screen with a 921k-dot resolution. The touchscreen can perform various functions like TouchPad (smoothly move the focus point), Touch Focus (set the focus point), Touch Shutter (release the shutter), and Touch Tracking (activate Real-Time AF).
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