Sony A6400 Color Science

3 years 8 months ago #642041 by V1ewfind3r
What does everyone think of the new color science in the Sony A6400? Do you think the colors are more or less realistic than other Sony cameras, Canon, Fuji, Nikon, etc?


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3 years 8 months ago #642065 by Alex
I just moved from the a6300 to the a6400 10 days ago, so far the colors seem to be ok out of the box.  They are easy to work with and on close to on the spot.  As nice as my D850 or Z7?  No, but close and manageable in post.  

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3 years 8 months ago #642075 by Scotty

Alex wrote: I just moved from the a6300 to the a6400 10 days ago, so far the colors seem to be ok out of the box.  They are easy to work with and on close to on the spot.  As nice as my D850 or Z7?  No, but close and manageable in post.  


Is your mirrorless replacing the d850?

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3 years 8 months ago #642077 by Alex

Scotty wrote:

Alex wrote: I just moved from the a6300 to the a6400 10 days ago, so far the colors seem to be ok out of the box.  They are easy to work with and on close to on the spot.  As nice as my D850 or Z7?  No, but close and manageable in post.  


Is your mirrorless replacing the d850?


Hey Scotty!  

Great question, the Z7 is bad ass, but not a replacement for my  D850.  D850 is just that good and I really enjoy the camera to much.  I was just in Moscow and Turkey and the only cameras I bought was the Z7 and a6400 because of size.  

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3 years 8 months ago #642122 by Scotty

Alex wrote:

Scotty wrote:

Alex wrote: I just moved from the a6300 to the a6400 10 days ago, so far the colors seem to be ok out of the box.  They are easy to work with and on close to on the spot.  As nice as my D850 or Z7?  No, but close and manageable in post.  


Is your mirrorless replacing the d850?


Hey Scotty!  

Great question, the Z7 is bad ass, but not a replacement for my  D850.  D850 is just that good and I really enjoy the camera to much.  I was just in Moscow and Turkey and the only cameras I bought was the Z7 and a6400 because of size.  


You've been quite the traveler lately.

When the last candle has been blown out
and the last glass of champagne has been drunk
All that you are left with are the memories and the images-David Cooke.

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3 years 8 months ago #642139 by Soccer Mom
I was looking at the a6400 and correct me if I'm wrong, it's similar to the a6500 with the exception that the a6500 has the IBIS and the a6400 doesn't?

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3 years 8 months ago #642230 by Alex

Scotty wrote:

Alex wrote:

Scotty wrote:

Alex wrote: I just moved from the a6300 to the a6400 10 days ago, so far the colors seem to be ok out of the box.  They are easy to work with and on close to on the spot.  As nice as my D850 or Z7?  No, but close and manageable in post.  


Is your mirrorless replacing the d850?


Hey Scotty!  

Great question, the Z7 is bad ass, but not a replacement for my  D850.  D850 is just that good and I really enjoy the camera to much.  I was just in Moscow and Turkey and the only cameras I bought was the Z7 and a6400 because of size.  


You've been quite the traveler lately.


LOL playing catch up for last 4 years !

How is married life my friend?  Didn't you get hitched last year?  

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3 years 8 months ago #642231 by Alex

Soccer Mom wrote: I was looking at the a6400 and correct me if I'm wrong, it's similar to the a6500 with the exception that the a6500 has the IBIS and the a6400 doesn't?



Very similar.   Autofocus rocks with 425 detection points compared to the a6500 with 169.  Now the a6500 does have the exclusive in body stabilization.  But the a6400 has a LCD screen that will flip over 180 degrees, which is great for vlogging and framing yourself up in a shot.  The a6400 does have a tad better ISO range.    

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3 years 8 months ago #642252 by G Vernon
" Very similar. Autofocus rocks with 425 detection points compared to the a6500 with 169. Now the a6500 does have the exclusive in body stabilization. But the a6400 has a LCD screen that will flip over 180 degrees, which is great for vlogging and framing yourself up in a shot. The a6400 does have a tad better ISO range. "
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I´m looking for an APS-C camera to complement my A9 - i was looking at the A6400, but cant help thinking the A7000 will be out soon with possibly more resolution, and better ISO kind of like how the D500 is to the D850.


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