Sony A6300 is in the big league of well-rounded cameras with a great specification delivering unbeatable performance. The autofocus system is excellent and the viewfinder pleases photographers all around the world.
Sony A6300: The Pro Camera!
While the A6500 has replaced the Sony A6300, Sony has spent a considerable amount of time reshaping the full-frame camera industry with a string of popular compact system cameras. It has also managed to keep simultaneous from its APS-C alternative relevant and exciting.
What Sets it Apart?
Sony A6300 has the newly developed 24.2MP APS-C sensor, Bionz X processor, 11-fps continuous shooting, ISO up to 52,000 and 4K video in Super 35mm format. In order to give an idea of how optimistic Sony is about its newest edition, the A6300 has an Ultra HD (3.840 X 2,160) capabilities. Despite having the pro mirrorless cameras like the A7R II and A7S II, Sony wanted something full-frame and not APS-C. Sony A6300 is a great option for both stills and videos considering the fact that it has refined 4D focus that locks the subject in the 500ths of a second. The camera’s autofocus is fast and at times, has trouble keeping up with it if shot in a continuous mode. There’s also a high-sensitivity AF option that can be enabled by switching to medium or slow.
The dexterity of the Sony A6300 is powered by the 425 phase-detect points, compared to the 179 found on the A6000. It further has a combined 4D Focus making it twice faster than the A6300 according to Sony. While the camera has the latest mirrorless shooter, it is also definitely the fastest one. The functionality is like a breeze and is at by far the fastest that you can count on for those everyday elbow-grease shoots. The A6300 may seem a really good camera to be kept handy, but know that this one’s actually for the professionals and for some serious stuff.
When paired with the right lenses, the A6300 has no trouble to match up with the more expensive Alpha relatives or the mid-tier DSLRs.