Sony Japan resumes A6600 camera production

Sony's supply chain problems are slowly recovering, and Sony Japan has now announced the re-production of the A6600 and ECM-B1M microphones. Sony was affected by the global shortage of semiconductor chips and delayed the procurement of parts and components, and stopped the production of a number of APS-C cameras, resulting in a substantial increase in the prices of related camera products. Now, with supply chain issues easing, prices for Sony's camera products have largely returned to normal. 

The Sony micro-single A6600 was released in 2019 with a starting price of 10,599 yuan (body), and the current price of Jingdong is 8,699 yuan. In terms of parameters, the A6600 uses a 24.2-megapixel APS-C format Exmor CMOS image sensor and a Bionz X image processor, supports 425 points (phase-detection AF) / 425 points (contrast-detection AF), and has a built-in 5-axis image stabilization system. There is currently no announcement of a successor.

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