In late August of 2019, Sony released a long-awaited update to the popular A6500 camera. While A6400 brought many new features, including faster and improved autofocus, animal Eye AF, flip-up screen and more, it lacks in-body image stabilization. This feature is loved by many and is now present in the A6600 that shares the 24MP sensor with the A6400. Besides in-body image stabilization, the A6600 also sports a headphone jack and much-improved battery that delivers more than 2.2x the performance! That being said, let’s take a look at some of the best SD cards for Sony A6600.
Best SD Memory Cards for Sony A6600
When it comes to memory card slots, Sony A6600 didn’t receive any upgrades compared to the A6500. It still sports one memory card slot that supports UHS-I cards. This means that you don’t need to buy faster (and pricier) UHS-II cards for it, but we recommend getting one if you plan on upgrading to a Sony full-frame camera sometime in the future. Without further ado, here are our recommended SD cards for the A6600:
UHS-I cards (ranked by write speed):
UHS-II cards (ranked by write speed):
Recommended SD Cards for 4K Video on A6600
The A6600 records 4K at up to 30 fps (no 60 fps, unfortunately) and 1080p at up to 120 fps, which is identical to the A6400. It uses the same 100 Mbit/s (12.5 MB/s) codec as well, which is definitely not demanding. This means that any memory card from the list above will handle it with ease.
If you’re looking for an APS-C mirrorless camera, the A6600 is truly one of the top choices in 2019. It has a great sensor, 4K video recording, in-body image stabilization, flip-up screen, great autofocus, and many lenses to choose from. We hope this article helped you find the right memory card for your Sony A6600.