The Sony α6600 is a well-built APS-C mirrorless camera that comes with a flip-out screen. It has an excellent image quality, and its photo autofocus system is amazing at tracking moving subjects and keeping them in focus. Also, it has very good recording quality in FHD and impressive recording quality in 4k, which is suitable for filming clear videos. However, it can have some trouble smoothing out camera shake if you're recording in 4k.
The Sony a6600 is impressive for travel photography. It has an amazing image quality, so your photos are sharp and detailed. Its autofocus system also has an excellent performance, so it can track moving subjects and keep them in focus. This camera is well-built and comfortable to use, though it's a bit heavy with its kit lens attached.
The Sony a6600 is great for landscape photography. It's well-built and weather-sealed, though we don't currently test for this. You should also be able to read its screen clearly, even if you're in bright sunlight. While it has an excellent image quality, its kit lens has some noticeable light falloff, so the corners of your photo may be darker than its center.
The Sony a6600 is good for sport and wildlife photography. It has excellent image quality, and its autofocus system does an amazing job tracking moving subjects and keeping them in focus. Its maximum shutter speed should help you take clear pictures of fast-moving subjects, but on the downside, it takes some time to clear its buffer, which can be inconvenient.
The Sony a6600 is good for vlogging. You can use its flip-out screen to see yourself while you record, which is handy. Also, it has very good recording quality in FHD and impressive recording quality in 4k, so your videos are clear and detailed. That said, there may be some visible camera shake if you're recording while walking, and the camera is somewhat heavy.
The Sony a6600 is great for studio video. It has a very good recording quality in FHD and an impressive recording quality in 4k. Its video autofocus system also does an amazing job keeping moving subjects in focus. There are also lots of inputs for accessories like headphones and a microphone.
The Sony a6600 is mediocre for action video. It isn't really designed for this use, as it's fairly heavy and can't be mounted on a helmet. It doesn't support a lot of frame rate options in 4k, so you can't film slow-motion videos. While it has a great video stabilization performance in FHD, if you're recording in 4k, there may be some noticeable camera shake if you're moving while filming.
The Sony α6600 comes in one color variant: 'Black'. We tested this camera with the Sony E 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 OSS lens, and you can see the label for the model we tested here.
You can also purchase this camera with a SELP1650 16-50mm lens, a SEL1655G Alpha 16-55mm F2.8 G Standard Zoom APS-C lens, an SELP18105G E PZ 18-105mm F4 G OSS lens, or a 70-350mm F4.5-6.3 G OSS Super-Telephoto APS-C lens. However, we haven't tested the camera's performance with other lenses, so we can't confirm its performance. It can also be purchased without a lens at all.
If you come across another version, let us know in the discussions so we can update our review.