Conclusion
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Conclusion

Sony's a6000 has always been a popular camera, but the more advanced a6300 and a6500 models don't stand out from their peers quite so well, despite the more advanced technology and impressive looking specifications. We've always found them capable all-rounders but not always the most enjoyable to use (especially if you want to take control over what's going on).

The a6400 has immediately impressed us in this regard: the revamped autofocus performance and, just as importantly, usability in its simplicity means there's one less thing to wrestle against the camera over.

As with every system, it's worth checking the lens lineup offers you the options you want, but our early impressions are of a camera that'll lend itself to a bit of everything gaining possibly the most capable and usable AF systems we've encountered. Which may just be the cherry on the cake.