Sony has eliminated the pop-up flash on the a6600, and added a third customizable C3 button on the back of the camera near the menu button. Shooting with the a6600 feels similar to working with the a6500. There is no AF joystick or a front dial. Both the a6600 and the a6500 feature dial controls on the top right and the back of the camera. You can operate both with your thumb, but with a beefier grip it would have been nice to have a front dial to control with your index finger. The camera does have touchpad AF though, you can drag your finger across it to select a focus point while looking through the viewfinder. It’s a nice touch, although occasionally the camera will mistake your nose for your finger tip. The camera body has a weather-sealed construction, as one would expect with a new flagship.