The Sony a6700 is really light at 493 grams and just a bit smaller than its older version, the a6600. It’s great with small lenses, but can feel a bit off-balance with big ones.
Sony did a great job with how the sony a6700 is made. It’s strong, doesn’t scratch easily, and can handle some dust and wetness. You can even use it in not-so-great weather with a special lens.
Ease of Use
Now, let’s talk about how it’s easy to use. The sony a6700 feels good in your hands and has buttons in good places. They added a new button that’s useful. It’s easy to switch between taking photos and videos. But, it’s a bit tricky to focus without a certain button.
Viewfinder & Screen
The way you look through the camera is comfy, but big lenses can make it hard to hold steady. The screen moves around now, so you can see while taking pics or videos of yourself.
Focusing is important, and the a6700 does it well. It can find what you’re taking a picture of and stay focused on it. You can change how it works by tapping on the screen. It’s really good at this!
The pictures from the a6700 look nice. It can take lots of pictures quickly. It’s even better in low light than its older version. The pictures have a good amount of detail, and you can use it in different light conditions.
Now, let’s talk about plugging things in. The a6700 has different holes for different things like headphones and microphones. But, it only has one place to put a memory card. This might not be good for some situations such as event, weddings or other professional needss.
If you like making videos, the a6700 is a winner. It takes really good videos with lots of colors. You can even make them look like movies. Just remember, it can get too hot if you use it for a long time.
So, that’s the Sony a6700. It’s got good things like being light and easy to use, but it also has some not-so-good things like heating up and only having one memory card slot. If you want something even better, check out the Fuji X-T5 or the Canon EOS R7. Thanks for watching! If you love cameras like we do, don’t forget to like, subscribe, and hit the bell. See you next time for more camera fun!