Premium E-mount APS-C Camera
The Sony α6700 combines the latest AI technology with Sony’s outstanding alpha series image quality in a compact APS-C camera body and movie making features and performance from Sony’s acclaimed Cinema Line. Offering enhanced subject recognition, the latest technology for capturing still and movies, and E-mount lens compatibility, the lightweight ILCE-6700 is designed for creative adventure, anytime, anywhere.
- The Alpha 6700 is equipped with an innovative AI processing unit that greatly enhances its performance, including more accurate recognition for a wider range of subjects.
- The advanced Exmor R CMOS image sensor with 26.0 effective megapixels is packed with Sony's image sensor technologies.
- With up to eight times*1 more processing power than previous versions, the latest BIONZ XR image processing engine delivers natural gradations and realistic colours with low noise for stills and movies.
*1 Compared to the BIONZ X image processing engine in the Alpha 6600 Sony tests.
- The Alpha 6700 captures 4K (QFHD: 3840 x 2160) at up to 60p (50p) using Sony's proprietary 6K oversampling technology and high frame rate recording at up to 120p for 4K QFHD (3840 x 2160).
- AI-based Real-time Tracking makes shooting in a wider range of situations simpler, leaving you free to concentrate on framing and composition.
- The 5-axis in-body optical image stabilisation system is supported by precision gyro sensors to deliver up to 5-steps
*2 of shake compensation.
*2 Based on CIPA standard. Pitch/yaw shake only. With FE 50mm F1.2 GM lens mounted. Long-exposure Noise Reduction off.
- Compressed and lossless compressed RAW options available.
- Active Mode for enhanced movie image stabilisation.
*3 Slight image crop in Active Mode. “Standard” setting recommended for focal lengths of 200 mm or longer."
- AE algorithm, initially developed for full-frame models, which enables it to accurately detect the skin area of faces and adjust exposure accordingly when shooting stills and movies.
- A 2.36 million-dot (approx.) XGA OLED electronic viewfinder.