The latest α6400 E-mount mirrorless camera from Sony features many of the technologies introduced in the company’s full-frame line-up.
The APS-C sensor in the new camera has an effective resolution of 24.2 megapixels and an upgraded BIONZ X processor, including image processing algorithms from Sony’s newest full-frame cameras to deliver higher image quality and excellent noise reduction at medium and high sensitivities. Standard ISO ranges up to ISO 32000 for both still and movie capture - expandable up to ISO 102400 available for still images.
The new α6400 feature an improved AF system with 425 phase-detection AF points covering 84% of the image area. Continuous shooting is supported at up to 11 frames/second with AF/AE tracking with the mechanical shutter, and up to 8 fps with full AF/AE tracking plus silent shooting, while buffer capacity is up to 116 frames JPEG Standard / 46 frames RAW compressed. 4K video recording is available with full pixel readout and no pixel binning, plus advanced AF speed and stability. α6400 also supports interval recording for time-lapse videos.
α6400's camera body is build from tough magnesium alloy that is dust and moisture resistant. Its shutter is rated for 200,000 cycles. The α6400 also boasts a 3.0-type 921k-dots LCD 180-degree fully tiltable flip screen. Touch control functions include Touch Pad, Touch Focus, Touch Shutter and new Touch Tracking which quickly activates ‘Real-time Tracking’ through the touch screen. Same as the higher-end cameras, α6400 includes a XGA OLED Tru-finder viewfinder. It is also capable of seamlessly transferring files to a smartphone or tablet when connected to the brand-new ‘Imaging Edge Mobile’ application.