The Sony A6300 mirrorless camera has been announced as a fast that is specifically aimed at capturing fast objects.
The mid-range MILC comes with a 24-megapixel APS-c image sensor and incredible “4D” autofocus system with a whopping 425 phase-detection autofocus points.
The a6300’s 425-point hybrid AF system is capable of continuous shooting at up to 11fps and features ‘high-density’ tracking, which dynamically activated AF points around a subject and adjusts them depending on the motion of the subject itself.
The mirrorless shooter has an updated magnesium alloy body that is both dust and moisture resistant but it is not completely weather sealed. The a6300 also gets a reinforced lens mount structure to handle larger and heavier lenses apperently, it gets a new shutter release button and mode dial with improved operability and grip.
Sony A6300 Mirrorless Camera Features 24MP Sensor and revamped ‘4D’ AF system with 425 phase-detection AF points
It has a high-resolution XGA Tru-Finder 2.36m-dot OLED electronic viewfinder for bright, clear, eye-level viewing, and this EVF features a 120 fps viewing mode for smooth tracking of fast-moving subjects. A rear 3.0″ 921.6k-dot LCD monitor has a tilting design to benefit shooting from high and low working angles.
There are now a total of 9 customisable buttons versus the 7 buttons of the a6000, to which you can assign any one of 64 functions. See the top key differences between the Sony A6300 vs A6000 below.
Key Differences Between the Sony A6300 vs A6000
- New 24.2MP Exmor CMOS sensor
- Increased ISO sensitivity
- Uninterrupted live-view continuous shooting with the EVF and LCD at up to 8 fps
- Improved autofocus system for stills and video
- Focal plane phase-detection for A-mount lenses
- Silent shooting mode
- 4K movie recording and 120 fps slow motion
- Improvements to design, operability and ergonomics of the body
- Updates to the EVF resolution
- Support for line input from professional audio devices
Sony A6300 Sample Images
More samples can be found at Sony Global website.
Sony A6300 Sample Movies
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