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Mark Peters : February 6th 2016 - 11:05 CET

Sony A6300 Mirrorless digital camera


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SonySony Alpha 6300 digital camera features : Sony proudly introduced the latest addition to their award winning line-up of mirrorless cameras, the Alpha A6300. The Sony camera boasts an unrivalled 4D Focus system that can lock focus on a subject in as little as 0.05 seconds, the world’s fastest AF acquisition time. The Sony Alpha A6300 features a new 24.2 megapixel image sensor that is an ideal match for its BIONZ X image processing engine. Additionally, the Sony A6300 has an incredible 425 phase detection AF points that are densely positioned over the entire image area - the world’s highest number of AF points on any interchangeable lens camera, and can shoot images at up to 11 frames per second with continuous autofocus and exposure tracking.
Sony A6300

Sony A6300
The Sony A6300 camera is equipped with a newly developed 24.2 megapixel APS-C sized Exmor CMOS sensor that works together with a BIONZ X image processing engine to produce outstanding image quality throughout the entire ISO sensitivity range ISO 100-51200. The new powerful image sensor employs copper wiring in its structure, which improves light collection efficiency and significantly accelerates readout speed. The BIONZ X processor features an upgraded image processing algorithm designed to maximise the sensor’s overall capabilities. Together, the two key components work together to produce images with low noise and exceptional resolution in sensitivity settings up to ISO51200, in particular in the mid-to-high sensitivity range.

Sony Mirrorless digital camera

Sony Mirrorless digital camera
Sony’s new A6300 camera builds upon the acclaimed 4D Focus performance of the A6000 model, utilising a Fast Hybrid AF system that combines high-speed phase detection AF with extremely accurate contrast AF and allows it to capture and lock on to moving subjects in as little as 0.05 seconds. The camera’s High-density Tracking AF technology positions 425 phase detection AF points over nearly the entire field of view, allowing it to accurately focus throughout a wide area - even on small, fast objects that other cameras would fail to recognise. The Sony A6300 Mirrorless digital camera can also shoot and record high resolution 4K video with full pixel readout and no pixel binning in the popular Super 35mm format.

A6300

Taking pictures with the A6300
In addition to the extensive AF coverage, the Sony A6300 camera debuts a new high-density tracking AF technology that significantly improves subject detection and tracking performance. This new technology can quickly activate a large number of AF points surrounding a subject - approximately 7.5 times more density than the Sony A6000 - and intelligently adjust them in accordance with the subject’s motion. This is a particularly powerful feature when used with high-speed 11 fps continuous shooting or the new 8 fps continuous live-view mode, which provides 100% accurate framing for fast moving subjects on the LCD screen or viewfinder. Other enhancements to the A6300 include silent shooting functionality, the ability to use AF in focus magnifier mode, expanded flexible spot AF, Eye AF in AF-C mode and more.

A6300 review

Sony Alpha optics
Of note is the fact that the camera’s 425 phase detection AF points, enhanced tracking and focus accuracy are all available on the A6300 when using A-mount lenses with a mount adaptor like the Sony LA-EA3. This is a first for Sony E-mount interchangeable lens cameras with an APS-C sized sensor, as the only other cameras to feature this capability are the full-frame Sony A7R II and A7 II models. The impressive new mirrorless camera also has the ability to support full live-view continuous shooting on the Tru-finder or LCD screen at up to 8 frames per second, ultimately producing a real-time shooting experience that combines all the benefits of an electronic viewfinder with the immediacy of a through-the-lens optical viewfinder.

Sony A6300 review

Sony A6300 review & pricing
The Sony A6300 price in Europe is set at €1250,- (body only). The Sony A6300 kit version with SELP1650 lens will retail for €1400 or bundled with SEL1670Z lens for just €2250,- including VAT. Prices may vary from country to country. Availability of optional A6300 accessories may differ depending on the country. Please visit the Sony Imaging website in your country for more information. As soon as we receive a test sample, we will put this mirrorless camera to the test and publish a Sony A6000 review.




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