The new Sony a6400 APS-C mirrorless camera just started to ship to customers, and that means many people are going to need help getting through the convoluted menu system. Here's everything you need to know to get the most from the new camera.
In this thorough setup guide from Jason Vong, the Sony menu system is picked at item by item so that a6400 owners know exactly what their camera is doing, or how to change settings to suit personal taste. Even if you've owned a previous Sony Alpha camera, the a6400 has some new features not seen before such as time-lapse mode, real-time tracking autofocus, and a new custom button menu layout. Vong explains it all so that everyone can start on a level playing field in terms of knowing your camera.
In addition, Vong lays out some of his personal preferences so that in case all the options seem the same to you, you have his experience to guide you in the right direction.
The $898 Sony a6400 features a 24.2-megapixel APS-C Exmor sensor with 425 phase and contrast-detect autofocus points. One of the highlight features is a rear LCD touchscreen that can flip up 180 degrees for self portraits or vlogging. Check out my first-impressions review for all the information.