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Sony A6500 kit slashed by $600 – get this camera and lens for just $898!

Sony A6500 kit slashed by $600 – get a camera and lens for just $898!
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If you've been considering a move to Sony mirrorless, now could be the best time – you can save an enormous $600 on the Sony A6500 with Sony E PZ 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS standard zoom lens.

Right now the Sony A6500 with 16-50mm lens is just $898 at B&H, which is an amazing price for this unique 24.2MP street-style body with sports camera performance and high-end 4K video capabilities.

And if you don't want this lens, then B&H is offering a body only version for a tasty price of just $798.

Whichever of these two kits you choose, B&H Photo will throw in a Sandisk 64GB SD memory card, a bag, and a spare battery.


Sony A6500 with 16-50mm lens: $898.95 (was $1,498)
It's styled like a rangefinder but equipped with the power and speed of a sports camera, with 4K features to tempt serious and professional videographers. Coupled with the standard zoom lens, you can take on all tasks! Comes with a free accessory kit that includes a 64GB Sandisk Extreme Pro memory card, a spare battery, and a bag.


Sony A6500 body with accessories: $798 (was $1,198)
Already have a Sony E-mount lens, or just want to pick your own choice of lens to use with your Sony a6500? Then there is this body only kit available, which still comes with a free  64GB Sandisk Extreme Pro memory card, spare battery, and  bag.

With its 24.2MP images sensor, 5-axis in-body image stabilization, 4K video, phase detect autofocus, 11fps burst shooting and tilting touchscreen, the Sony A6500 is like a Swiss Army knife. 

On paper it delivers the goods against DSLR rivals, such as the Nikon D500 and Canon EOS 7D Mark II, thanks to its great autofocus and buffer capacity. If you're looking for a kit to shoot in multiple scenarios, this is it! 

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James Artaius

The editor of Digital Camera World, James started working in the photographic industry in 2014 as an assistant to Damian McGillicuddy – successor to David Bailey as Principal Photographer for Olympus. In this time he shot for clients as diverse as Aston Martin Racing, Elinchrom and L'Oréal, in addition to shooting campaigns and product testing for Olympus. An Olympus and Canon user, James was previously technique editor on PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine.