The Sony A6600 is frustrating at times. A few changes in the control layout could greatly improve its handling, but it is capable of delivering excellent images and video. It has a very comprehensive feature set and decisive, precise focus for both stills and video.
SONY A6600: OUR VERDICT
In some respects, the Sony A6600 is very good. Its autofocus system, for example, is excellent, and it has plenty of features for avid videographers - although beware of the rolling shutter effect. It also produces high-quality images with a good level of detail.
However, some of the handling control provisions are behind the curve for a flagship camera. The A6600 was launched after Sony moved the record button from where it was on the A7 series, so it seems odd that the A6600 still has this problem.
Sony is just now getting into tilt-angle displays, so the A6600 was not able to take advantage of this capability. A tilting screen is useful for videos and images in landscape orientation, but a variable angle screen is also useful for images in portrait orientation. And why limit the use of touch control so much?