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Ken Rockwell ya ha analizado la Sony Alfa 6400 y nos lo cuenta.

Esto es lo que pone encima.

Pues eso, el bueno de Ken Rockwell ya ha analizado la recientísima Sony Alfa 6400 y nos cuenta que tal le ha ido.

Y yo os lo cuento básicamente por dos cosas:

  1. El tamaño de las imágenes de los productos que pone este hombre son tan grandes que le podréis ver todos los poros a la nueva maquinita.
  2. Las secuencias a todos los ISO’s son muy instructivas y nos permite ver el buen trabajo que hace Sony con el JPG incluso a ISO’s estratosféricos.

Lo demás es poco más que las especificaciones comentadas, eso si, y como siempre, los colores que consigue este hombre no los consigue nadie más en el mundo. Son lo siguiente a chillón. ¿ Será el sol perpetuo de California ?

Lo que si os pongo son los apartados habituales para esta WEB.

New since A6300:

  • New advanced real-time eye AF system with even better tracking has the same functions as the state-of-the-art professional Sony A9. The A6400 is ultra-fast and I can’t find anything to shoot that it can’t track.
  • Now has 425 contrast-detection AF points (The A6300 only had 25 contrast-detection points; both cameras have 425 phase-detection AF points).
  • Runs to 8 FPS in silent mode (A6300 only went to 3 FPS in silent. Both go to 11 FPS in regular mode).
  • Three times faster in-camera USB charging. I measure 1,468 mA USB current input versus 480 mA input with older cameras.
  • 1:1 square crop mode (A6400 and A6300 both have 16:9 crops).
  • LCD flips-up 180º for self-portraits (A6300 only flipped-up 90º),
  • Intervalometer for time-lapse video.
  • 116-shot buffer (A6300 had only a 30 shot buffer).
  • ISO goes to ISO 102,400 (A6300 only went to ISO 51,200).
  • HLG, overcrank & undercrank (“slow & quick” or S&Q in Sony-speak) and lower-resolution proxy video recording.

Good:

  • Superb autofocus system never misses a shot.
  • Ultra small and light and makes tons of great photos fast and easy!
  • Super-fast frame rates for shooting action.
  • Silent Shooting.
  • Well made.
  • Built-in flash.
  • Charges and AC-powered via USB (you can run or recharge from a USB power bank, for instance).
  • AF zones may be selected by sliding your finger around the touch screen while you look through the finder, which is far faster and more precise than a joystick.
  • Touch LCD also works to scroll around zoomed images as you play them back through the finder.

Bad:

  • Not much, here are the biggest things wrong:
  • Charge LED is now under the USB connector so it’s usually hidden while charging. So? I charge my A6400 upside-down so I can see the LED.
  • Memory cards are still improperly formatted as “Untitled,” which is confusing when you have many cards and drives plugged into your computer and you’re trying to identify which is the memory card from your Sony camera.

Missing:

  • No sensor-shift in-body stabilization; only Sony’s A6500 has this in an APS-C body.
  • No In-finder live-view RGB color histogram (no Sony has this while shooting; you have to stop and play back to see a full RGB histogram.)
  • No GPS
  • No more M1 and M2 memory recalls on the top dial. There now is but one “MR” setting from which you can select among several saved settings. The A6300‘s M2 position has been replaced with an S&Q (“slow & quick” or over- and undercrank video) setting instead.
  • While you can use the touch screen to select AF areas, paradoxically the touch screen doesn’t work for setting menus, text entries or much else. Weird.
  • No 4:3 crop option for stills or video.

Y todo lo demás, menos su palmera (hoy no toca palmera), lo encontraréis en

Nota tonta: queda claro que la cámara definitiva de Sony en APS-C va a ser la Alfa 6600, que será la Alfa 6400 pero con estabilización. Entonces el Sr.Fuji se verá obligado a sacar una X-T4 en detrimento de su X-H1 y el gran circo continuará su andadura.

adolfo

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