View Finder Type: Electronic Viewfinder (EVF)
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A full-fledged toolkit for your imagination. The a6600 packs in the features, to deliver what you need for just about any situation you encounter - fast AF, steady image stabilization and stunning image quality, a high-capacity battery and serious 4K HDR (HLG) movie shooting. Ultra-fast AF and continuous shooting. Reliable and persistent AF. Wide AF area, super-fast AF speed and steady subject tracking. Densely distributed focus points cover around 84% of the image area, and the Fast Hybrid AF system combines the best of phase-detection AF and contrast-detection AF to achieve a world-leading 0.02-s acquisition speed. When subjects are in motion, AF points densely positioned around the subject are activated for accurate tracking. Fast continuous shooting with AF/AE at up to 11fps. Shoot at up to 11 fps with minimal display lag, and 8 fps with live view, in bursts of up to 116 shots in JPEG (Standard) at one time. With your settings clearly previewed in the electronic viewfinder, and the virtually real-time display, it will elevate your action shooting to a whole new level. Silent continuous shooting won't disturb the peace. When the situation calls for absolute quiet, silent shooting with no shutter noise is possible at up to 8 fps, even in AF-C mode. Used with Real-time Eye AF or with Real-time Tracking it dramatically expands your range of shooting options. Real-time Tracking and Real-time Eye AF. Initiate tracking in an instant. Initiate Real-time Tracking by half-pressing the shutter, or simply select the subject by touch, to start tracking. You can also assign "Tracking On" to a custom key, and press it to start tracking. AI-based subject tracking. The camera's tracking systems rely on unique AI-based subject recognition algorithms. These process spatial information consisting of color, pattern (brightness), and distance (depth) data, as well as tracking the subject's eye and face, all in real time at high speeds. Real-time Eye AF for human. Even when your portrait subject is on the move, Real-time Eye AF provides continuous, stable eye detection and tracking to keep your scene in focus. It also works when the subject's face is partially hidden, backlit, or facing downward. Real-time Eye AF for animal. The same eye-detection algorithms that make great portraits of people have been adapted to animals as well, to help you get beautiful pet portraits and wildlife shots. Right/left eye AF selection by touch. Not only can you prioritize the subject's left or right eye in settings, you can even do it with a simple touch to the camera's monitor screen. Smooth focus transition. Depending on the condition of the subject you're tracking, the focus area will automatically and seamlessly switch between the subject's face and eyes. Real-time Tracking activation with Touch Tracking. With the Touch Tracking function you can simply touch the monitor to initiate Real-time Tracking for either stills or movies. 5-axis optical image stabilization. Pitch and yaw control. Compensate for angular shake, also known as pitch and yaw shake, especially evident when shooting at longer focal lengths. Horizontal and vertical axes. Compensate for camera shake in the horizontal and vertical directions, most apparent at high magnifications such as macro shooting. Roll compensation. Compensate for roll, or rotational shake, most obvious in hand-held, long-duration movie shooting. How optical image stabilization works. The 5-axis in-body optical image stabilization mechanism used on our acclaimed full-frame cameras has been adapted as the stabilization unit for the APS-C sensor on the a6600. Relying on a highly accurate gyro sensor, it detects and compensates for camera shake.