A quick look at 7 key differences between the  Sony Alpha A6600 and the Sony A6700

Sony A6600 VS A6700

1. Sensor

The Sony A6600 features a 24.2 MP APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor. The A6700 features a 26.0 MP APS-C Back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor.

2. Video

The A6600 can shoot up to 4K30p no crop. The A6700 can shoot up to 4K60p with a 1.04x crop & 4K120 with a 38% crop.

3. Autofocus

The A6600 can track humans and animals.    The A6700 can track humans, animals, birds, insects, cars, trains and airplanes.

4. Shutter

The A6600 supports a maximum shutter speed of 1/4000.   The A6700 supports a maximum shutter speed of 1/8000 with its electronic shutter.

5. File Types

The A6600 supports compressed RAW and JPEG only. The A6700 supports compressed & lossless RAW, JPEG and HEIF.

6. LCD Display

The A6600 display can be flipped upwards and downwards. The A6700 features a more versatile vari-angle display with slightly a higher resolution.

6. LCD Display

6. LCD Display

7. Memory Cards

The A6600 supports UHS-I SD cards. The A6700 supports the faster UHS-II SD cards.

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