Sony’s A6000 upgrade hits market as A6300

Sony’s A6000 upgrade hits market as A6300

Sony fans waiting for new version of renowned A6000 mirrorless camera are happy a lot as the company has delivered recent upgrade as A6300.

The A6300 declaration event Sony organized in Lower Manhattan was all about the new camera’s lightning-fast autofocus. It hired a live hand, basketball player and two boxers to test out the 425 phase detection autofocus point. The company says A6300 can autofocus in just 0.05 seconds making its worlds fastest. It can shoot stills at 11 frames per second and user shall be having an incredible powerful camera at reasonable price.

The A6300 will cost $1,150 when it is shipped in March, which places it right around the price of RX100 Mark IV – Sony’s most popular pocket camera. The RX100 will beat the A6300 at its super performance. However for convenience A6300 camera is a winner and has bigger 24.2 megapixels APS-Censor and is compatible with Sony’s E and A- mount lenses.

Sony is pushing high end video capabilities and basically all such cameras in last few years and the same holds true for A6300. It is an external microphone input and can shoot 4k footage and allows Slog Gamma recording and gives videographers dynamic range to edit with in post production.