What replaced the Sony A6500?
When it came out in 2016, the Sony A6500 was the most advanced of Sony’s APS-C mirrorless line-up, sitting above the beginner-friendly Sony A6000 and the enthusiast-level Sony A6300. It was superseded in 2019 by the Sony A6600 and was closely matched in most areas by the Sony A6400.
Did Sony discontinue A6500?
Sony appears to have discontinued the a6500 camera as it has been removed from the company’s official website while distributors have also marked the camera as “no longer available.” There is still not a shortage of choice in Sony’s APS-C E-Mount library.
When was Sony A6500 discontinued?
The Sony a6500 camera is now discontinued (it was announced back in October 2016 ):
Will there be a Sony A6700?
It will not be called the A6700. Another source reinforced the late-May announcement date, suggesting two weeks from now, and another source who claims to have seen the camera told them that it’s “definitely a sort of Sony A7c looking camera”.
When was Sony A6600 release?
Does Sony A6600 have image stabilization?
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.
What is the best lens for Sony A6500?
10 Best Lenses for Sony A6500
- Sony – E 50mm F1.8. – Versatile for landscapes, macro, and portraits.
- Sony – E 50mm F1.8.
- Sony 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6.
- Sigma 30mm F1.4.
- Sony SEL35F18 35mm f/1.8.
- Sony E 55-210mm F4.5-6.3. – With stabilization.
- Rokinon 12mm F2.0. – 110-degree perspective.
- Sony E PZ 18-105mm F4. – Versatile lens.