Sony Camera with 70-350 mm Lens


  • 0.02-sec. ultra-fast and 425 points of phase-detection AF and contrast-detection AF
  • AI-based Real-time Tracking for stills and movies, and Touch Tracking
  • G Lens quality all the way to 350mm (525mm equiv.)
  • Compact, mobile 5x super-telephoto zoom
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  1. 07

    by JM Scotland

    With the Sony 16-55mm f2.8 telephoto lens this camera is super sharp. I wouldn’t bother upgrading to a A7, unless I wanted to print images larger than A3. As a photography camera the a6600 is a fantastic camera. It is light weight, reasonably compact while still being big enough for you get hold comfortably. The battery life is good, and the autofocus is super fast, and subject tracking works a treat. The a6600 with the Sony 16-55mm f2.8 lens will not disappoint ammeter or even intermediate photographers.

    There are a number of negatives though, mostly around 4K video recording. Eye detection and tracking does not work while in 4K mode, which is super disappointing. Also you only get 8-bit 4:2:0 colour internal recording, or 8-bit 4:2:2 on an external recorder which is a real downer considering the competition is all going with 10-bit colour now.

    Apart from this autofocus is excellent, HLG video is easy to use, but I still prefer S-Log2 as I colour grade my video footage in Adobe Premiere Pro. My wife loves the Wifi App for iSO, it allows her to take a photo with the camera and then send it straight to her phone for sharing.

    However, Wifi remote is disabled if PC remote is enabled, and it is just annoying to have to go into the setting and change it. Which I have to do, if I’m going to use the camera with the Ronin SC gimbal.

  2. 07

    by Khaled Shalaby

    The Sony a6600 is the company’s top-of-the-line APS-C mirrorless camera, with 24MP of resolution and 4K video capture. It looks a lot like Sony’s other a6000-series models at first glance, but this one has the biggest battery and the best build quality of the bunch, even if the images it produces are broadly comparable to the less expensive options.

    The a6600 further differentiates itself by offering in-body image stabilization, which is still a rarity among APS-C cameras. This should help with stills shooting in low light, to be sure, but also combines with excellent autofocus tracking to make it the best crop-sensor video shooter Sony currently sells.

    Despite its refinements, we still think the a6600 could benefit from some ergonomic updates to make it an easier camera to take control over.

    Key features:

    – 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor
    – Advanced, capable subject-tracking autofocus
    – In-body image stabilization
    – 2.36M dot OLED electronic viewfinder
    – 0.9M dot tilting touchscreen
    – Wi-Fi for image transfer, and NFC
    – 4K video capture with log profiles
    – USB charging
    – 810-shot battery life (per CIPA)

  3. 07

    by BrokenFlame

    What a beast of a camera! I bought this with a Sigma 18-35mm and the quality is amazing. I mainly use it for videography.

  4. 07

    by Simon Overton

    I’ve used this camera out in the field for video production. Only just learning it’s full capacity but love it.
    The battery life is amazing and the unlimited record (Depends on battery and card space) is a life saver.
    Great camera.

  5. 07

    by Simon Overton

    This little camera punches above its weight. It is light and easy to use, and the Image quality is superb. Since I purchased it, my Hasselblad has been left in the cupboard, as it is too heavy.

  6. 07

    by Andrew Adams

    I purchased the Sony A6600 for a number of reasons, I already own a Sony A6000 which I have had since the release over 5 years ago, I was tempted to purchase the A6400 as it does have the same simply unbeatable auto focus but I also wanted the Image Stabilisation for my manual lenses and the larger capacity battery.
    The picture quality and dynamic range on this camera have exceeded all of my expectations but without a doubt the its the autofocus system that really shines both for people and wildlife, I was astonished at how quickly the A6600 acquired focus both with native and adapted lenses.
    The ISO for low light has also been improved to an extent that it was comparable if not better than my full frame Canon 5Ds.
    As most of you will know if you are looking at the Sony range of camera the touch screen capabilities are far and few between or non-existent to be honest.
    The IBIS is ok but not a touch on Panasonic and Olympus.
    Battery life was very impressive, I was able to use the same battery for nearly two days and took well over 1200 shots, even though the battery is rated at 720 and 810 per charge.

    Grip – The ergonomics have also improved due to the larger grip which accomodates the new battery.

    Summary – If you are looking for a camera with a built in flash this will not be the camera for you, If you are looking for a range finder style body with leading autofocus and excellent image quality I don’t think you can go wrong with this camera – Would i have upgraded if I had owned the Sony A6400 the answer would be a clear NO but if I owned any of the other A6000 line of cameras it would be a definate YES.

  7. 07

    by Moe

    Pricey, but great small camera with super images

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