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Sony Mirrorless Bodies


Sony Alpha a6100
Presenting a versatile feature-set in an especially compact design, the Sony a6100 is an APS-C-format mirrorless camera well-suited for stills and video applications. Featuring a 24.2MP CMOS sensor and a BIONZ X processor, capturing high-resolution stills with a broad sensitivity range and low noise is possible. The sensor and processor combination also affords UHD 4K video recording along with quick continuous shooting up to 11 fps for working with moving subjects. Also benefitting fast-paced shooting, Real-time Eye AF and subject tracking capabilities help to ensure sharp focus on a variety of subject types.

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Sony a6400
Stable, fast, versatile, and compact, the Alpha a6400 from Sony is an APS-C-format mirrorless camera that adopts many of the features normally reserved for their full-frame lineup. This includes an autofocus acquisition of 0.02 seconds, Real-time Eye AF and Real-time Tracking capabilities, high-speed shooting up to 11 fps and silent shooting up to 8 fps, both with AF/AE tracking, an upgraded BIONZ X image processing engine, an LCD touchscreen that tilts 180° up and 74° down, UHD 4K movie recording with full pixel readout and no pixel binning, internal recording for time-lapse videos, and more.

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Sony Alpha a6600
With an emphasis on speed and versatility, the Sony Alpha a6600 is a sleek-yet-fully-featured APS-C-format mirrorless camera well-suited for both stills and video. Sporting a revised 24.2MP CMOS sensor, the a6600 is capable of producing high-resolution photos and up to UHD 4K video with no recording time limit, more efficient processing, and faster focusing. The 4D FOCUS system, which covers 84% of the image frame, utilizes 425 phase-detection points along with 425 contrast-detection areas for especially quick and intuitive performance along with Real-time Eye AF for both photo and video. Complementing both stills and video, 5-axis SteadyShot INSIDE image stabilization minimizes the appearance of camera shake with all mounted lenses to support working with slower shutter speeds.

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Sony a7iii
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Sony Alpha a7R III Mirrorless Digital Camera
The Sony A7Riii is one of the best all round mirrorless camera at the time of it's release. It does it all, and fixes many of the hangups of the A7rii, an incredible camera in its own right. New focusing systems, touch screen, video features. It is a BEAST and has a place in my personal camera bag. No, not as fast as the Sony A9, but close enough while saving a lot of $$ and you get 42 glorious MP. Think of the A9 as lightning (for high end, fast moving sports shooting), & the A7riii as thunder (for everything else). You will not be disappointed!
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Sony Alpha a9
20 Frames per second shooting in a full sensor readout makes for the fastest top contender in full frame cameras. At 24 MP, Sony over samples its 4K Video to produce stunning image quality, without a crop. It's the only FF camera I know of that does this at the time of this writing, meaning you get incredible video with high ISO noise performance. Combine that it's ultra smooth Face Tracking, I believe this is currently the best hybrid camera on the market for stills and video. Yes, it is expensive, but this is a professional's tool. One of my favorites!

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Sony Alpha a6500
The most common question I get on the A6500 is are the upgrades worth it. IBIS (In Body image stabilization) & touch screen both are critical to quickly choosing your focus points and hand held video. If you have the extra cash...yes, totally worth just those two alone!

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Sony a6300
In the short run, this IS the new APS-C mirrorless camera. Excellent focusing systems, on nearly the same level as DSLRs. Makes an excellent combo with a full frame Sony body. Highly recommended.

Works really well with Metabones adapters and Canon lenses. The video is excellent with the exception of rolling shutter which is among the worst I have seen. No headphone jack, BSI sensor, or IBIS

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Sony a7Sii
Regarded by many, myself included, as one of the best low light cameras in the world. A couple things might make this camera your must-have; full frame sensor and 4K video.

If you own this camera you'll love my Sony a7Sii Crash Course Training Tutorial
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Sony a7Rii
I have always been very impressed with this camera. Great image stabilization when hand holding. The face detection and eye detection are nothing short of spectacular. Excellent sharpness when using nonnative lenses.

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Sony a7s
This is the new Low Light Champion, an incredible 12MP FF mirrorless wonder that can see in the dark much better than the human eye. For portrait photographers, wedding shooters, low-light video work, this is the future.

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