Sony launches Alpha A6400 in India, prices starting at Rs. 75,990

Sony has launched its latest Sony Alpha A6400 in India. The camera sits behind the Alpha A6500 and replaces the A6300. Designed for blogging, the Alpha A6400 is, what the company calls, a perfect amalgamation of Sony’s most advanced technologies from their acclaimed full-frame lineup in a compact, lightweight APS-C camera.

Sony Alpha A6400

Sony Alpha A6400 features a 24.2MP APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor with a front-end LSI.  It is combined with the same BIONZ X image processor found the Alpha A9, A7R III, and A7 III to help the A6400 deliver an ISO sensitivity up to 102,400 and processing speeds 1.8x faster than the A6300. The company claims that the color reproduction has been greatly improved as well. Moreover, Sony claims the Alpha A6400 features the world’s fastest autofocus at just 0.02 sec, while for the first time in an Alpha camera Sony is introducing Real-Time Eye AF with AI-based subject recognition. This promises to be even more accurate than Sony’s current Eye AF system. Not only that, but the A6400 also gets Real-Time AF Tracking with AI-based subject recognition.

The body of the Alpha A6400 follows a similar form factor to other A6000-series cameras, with a relatively large hand grip and a reasonable amount of body-mounted controls. It does differ slightly though, with the addition of a flip-out 3.0-inch touchscreen display that rotates outwards 180 degrees.

Sony Alpha A6400 price in India

The Sony Alpha A6400 will be officially available in India starting February 8, 2019. The body-only A6400 will be priced at Rs. 75,990. Consumers can get the A6400L with SELP1650 lens for Rs. 85,990. While the higher end A6400M with SEL18135 lens will cost them Rs. 1,09,990. The new Sony Alpha A6400 will be available across all Sony Center, Alpha Flagship stores and major electronic stores across India.

Varun Mirchandani

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