Sony has announced a new APS-C mirrorless camera, which is the follow-up to their a6300 that came out in 2016. The a6400 features a newly developed AI-assisted autofocus tracking system and has made advancements in video recording.
In the table below you can see some of the changes between the a6300 and a6400 at a glance.
|Sony a6300||Sony a6400|
|Eye Focus||Eye AF||Real-time Eye AF|
|Focus Tracking||Lock-on AF||Real-time Tracking|
|AF Points||425 Phase-detection,|
|Continuous Shooting||11 fps with AF/AE,|
up to 30 shots
|11 fps with AF/AE,|
up to 116 shots
expandable to 51,200
expandable to 102,400
|LCD Screen||90-degrees upward||180-degrees upward,|
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The Sony a6400 is priced at $899.99 and is available now to preorder. Cameras will begin shipping on February 28, 2019.
Check out my full first impressions write up on Fstoppers.