Sony Alpha 6300 Mirrorless Camera: Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera, Black with Sony 24mm F/1.4-16 Fixed FE GM Wide-Angle Prime Lens, Black

September 29, 2018 - Comment

Product Features FASTER AUTOFOCUS: Shoot up to 11fps with 425 phase detection auto focus points and 0.05 sec AF speed INCREDIBLE PHOTOGRAPHY: Advanced 24.2 MP Exmore CMOS sensor expands sensitivity and minimizes noise Compact Master wide prime Lens w/stunning wide-open resolution F1.4 max aperture provides extraordinary exposure and Depth of field More Camera Suggestions For

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Product Features

  • FASTER AUTOFOCUS: Shoot up to 11fps with 425 phase detection auto focus points and 0.05 sec AF speed
  • INCREDIBLE PHOTOGRAPHY: Advanced 24.2 MP Exmore CMOS sensor expands sensitivity and minimizes noise
  • Compact Master wide prime Lens w/stunning wide-open resolution
  • F1.4 max aperture provides extraordinary exposure and Depth of field

Comments

D. Pierce says:

An Alpha evolution (Updated) Retiring my DSLR and moving to the Sony mirrorless system has been the most liberating event in my decades of photography since digital and autofocus before that. Same (now better) quality and performance with half the weight. Traveller’s dream! I currently shoot with an A6000 with a NEX-3C as a backup/second body in the travel kit. Many comments are based on comparing the A6300 to its older sibling.So. Here I sit looking at my recently arrived Sony A6300. At first glance, it’s…

Adam Brown says:

great but imperfect jack of all trades camera This is a fantastic “jack of all trades” camera. In some respects, it may be the best camera under $1,000, but it is far from perfect.In general, it is a nice compact size, but feels well built in the hand. It is fast and responsive, with an amazing autofocus system. Just a few years ago, mirrorless cameras had the true reputation of being significantly behind dSLRs in auto focus systems. That day is over. The autofocus system, in most respects, surpasses most dSLR…

leeway says:

a6000 vs a6300 (happy that I upgraded) I updated my a6000 even though I was never really convinced if I should do so. The a6000, with the right lenses, makes super sharp pictures and fantastic videos, what more can I desire. However I am very glad that I did upgrade to the a6300. Here’s why:Built: When a camera is as good as the a6000 numbers become irrelevant .. So here is a non quantitative, subjective impression: The a6300 is not only a bit heavier, it feels more solid and valuable as a camera. It feels better in my…

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