DPReview has published the Sony a6400 full in-depth review and test results: The Sony a6400 APS-C format mirrorless camera achieved an impressive 85% overall score and Gold Award from the experts at DPReview.
Sony a6400 Key Specifications:
- 24MP APS-C sensor
- 425-pt phase detection AF system with Real-Time Tracking
- Tilting screen, 180° up, 90° down
- 2.36M-dot electronic viewfinder
- New Bionz X processor
- ISO range from 100-32000
- 11fps burst shooting (8fps with silent shutter)
- Interval shooting option added
- 4K/30p video capture
- Mic input, no headphone output
- 410 shots per battery charge (per CIPA)
- Wi-Fi with NFC and Bluetooth
Conclusion from DPReview:
The Sony a6400 is a near-universally capable midrange camera that offers some of the best autofocus performance we’ve ever seen, backed up by solid image and video quality in most situations. We’d really like to see some further refinement on ergonomics, as Sony has done with its full-frame models over the years, but the a6400 remains an excellent option for a variety of types of photography.
Good for: Family and social photography, fast action and sports, world travelers and anyone looking for the best autofocus bang-for-your-buck.
Not so good for: Those photographers seeking a more engaging or more fun shooting experience, those with larger hands and shooters that need consistently pleasing JPEG colors out-of-camera.
You can read the full Sony a6400 review at DPReview.