I decided to sell my Sony A6300, but before I could let it go, I had to take it out one final Voyage. So I adapted my 1980s Helios 44M and headed to the long beach aquarium with my family.
The Sony A6300 is Sony’s flagship APS-C camera. Compared to the A6000, the camera features an all magnesium weather resistant body that feels much more rugged and solid in the hand. The camera also features a new sensor and the ability to shoot 4k. With Sony’s growing APS-C lens lineup, the A6300 is one of the most versatile yet affordable cameras on the market.
It’s also one of the first of a new generation of APS-C cameras that are closing the gap on full frame.
A speed comparison between the most popular UHS-I and UHS-II SD memory cards for the Sony A6300.
Use this guide to find the best memory cards for 4k video and your style of shooting.
The Sony A6300 and Fujifilm X-Pro 2 are probably the two most interesting mirrorless APS-C cameras on the market right now. Although they seem similar because they both feature a 24 megapixel Sony sensor and an EVF off to the side, the cameras are actually very different. Not only in terms of ergonomics but the technology that powers them. With most review sites only fixating on high ISO performance, sensor sharpness and auto focus, I wanted to take this time to point out that there is a lot more to a camera besides what the sensor can do.
Here is the quick comparison between the A6300 and the Fujifilm X-Pro 2.
The successor to Sony’s best selling camera is here! The A6300. I feel like almost everyone I know bought that A6000 when it went on sale these last few months. It was such a good deal it made it almost impossible to buy any other APS-C camera.
I recommended it to maybe three people who all bought it, and they all LOVE IT!
24.2 MP Sensor – Thinner copper wiring, bigger photo-diodes
594 Autofocus Points – Worlds fastest autofocus
4K30p Video With S-Log3
Magnesium Alloy Body
With the ever-growing popularity of the Sony A6000, third-party accessory companies all over the world have been putting out some fantastic gear for this camera. From cases to straps, I want to share some of the best accessories I use every day for my cameras that will work great for this camera and now the A6300 and A6500.