Hands-on and in-depth with the Sony a6500
In addition to the touchscreen, Sony has made several other welcome adjustments to the camera's operation and control.
The menus have been (thankfully!) rearranged to cluster related features together and are now color-coded to make it easier to recognize and remember where a setting lives. Unfortunately Sony deserves some criticism for omitting a customizable 'My Menu', which would've allowed one to collate into one location commonly used menu items, particularly ones unassignable to the customizable Fn menu.
In addition, the camera gains a second custom button on the top plate, bringing the a6500 in line with the Alpha 7 cameras and upping the total number of customizable function buttons to 10.
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