Featuring a new 32.5MP APS-C CMOS Sensor, DIGIC 8 image processor and ISO range of 100-25600 (expandable to 51200), the Canon EOS M6 Mark II is capable of UHD 4K30p and Full HD 120p video recording and shooting up to 14fps with AF and AE tracking as well as capturing a remarkable 30fps when using RAW Burst Mode with pre-shooting capabilities. Simply put, the Canon EOS M6 Mark II blends high-quality optics into a compact, mirrorless design that is perfect for your everyday photography adventures.
Best Memory Cards for Sony A6400. Check out the list of top recommended & fastest SD cards for Sony A6400 mirrorless camera.
Sony a6400 (Amazon |B&H Photo Video | Adorama) has only one memory card slot that supports UHS-I SD memory cards. This means it will have the very low write speeds at about 32MB/s, and it will not gain any write speed benefits from using a UHS-II SD card.
In order to get the maximum use of a6400, for example shoot 4K video with Sony a6400, a fast card is a must. Otherwise, you’ll miss most of your shots waiting for the buffer to clear. Here is the list of top recommended SD memory cards for Sony a6400 APS-C mirrorless camera.
Best photo gear of 2019 presented by the Technical Imaging Press Association. TIPA has announced the winners of its 2019 awards honoring the best products in the photography industry in 2019.
TIPA WORLD AWARDS both recognize and honour industry companies and their products and serve as an important benchmark and guide for consumers in making their purchasing decisions. Here are some of the best photo gears of 2019 selected by TIPA members. Continue reading “Best Photo Gear of 2019 : TIPA Awards”
Sony A6400 sensor tested at DxOMark website. According to test results the Sony A6400 achieved an overall score of 83 points. This is somehow is the same level as slightly older APS-C models, such as the Nikon D7100 and the Samsung NX1.
Here is a autofocus comparison of the Sony a6400 vs Canon 6D Mark II cameras. In this video below you can see how the Sony’s latest Real-Time Tracking compares to the Canon’s Dual Pixel Autofocus.
Sony A6400 has 425 autofocus points for both phase detection and contrast detection. This is the first Sony E-mount camera that has Real-time Eye AF, which opens up the excellent eye detection continuous autofocusing to be used anywhere without requiring a separate button to activate. Later this year, Eye AF for Animals will also be added to this camera. Check out the video below for Sony a6400 vs Canon 6D Mark II Autofocus Comparison. Continue reading “Sony a6400 vs Canon 6D Mark II Autofocus Comparison”