This week has been a big one for releasing new camera bodies. And now Sony announced the release of the A6300, a 24.2 megapixel mirrorless camera with the capability of shooting 4K video in a Super 35mm format. A successor to Sony’s A6000 from 2014, this updated model has an ISO range of 51,200 and has a continuous shooting mode that can operate at 11 FPS. The image processing engine on this body is a BIONZ X, which has an upgraded processing algorithm designed to make the most of the image sensor’s capabilities.
One of the things Sony seems to be most proud of with this release is it’s auto-focus system. The A6300 has a record setting number of auto-focus points coming in at 425, and can lock focus on a subject in 0.05 seconds – faster than any other camera in the world. You can pick one of these up starting at $1,000 for the body only. [Purchase]
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