On Wednesday, Sony introduces new A6300 mirror-less camera along with 3 G Master lenses. The camera is priced at $1,000 for body only and $1,150 paired with a 16-50mm F3.5 – F5.6 kit lens. Camera will be available in March.
“The α6300 is yet another example of the dominant innovation that Sony continues to bring to the industry, especially from the mirror-less space,” said Neal Manowitz, Vice President of Digital Imaging at Sony Electronics. “With this new model, we’ve combined the world’s fastest and most extensive AF system with a superb image sensor and many of our most advanced imaging and video technologies, creating a package that can far exceed the performance of any DSLR in its class. This camera connects you with the action like never before.”
As the company said, the camera is the world’s fastest Autofocus camera with 0.05 sec speed. Sony A6300 features 24.2 MP APS-C sized Exmor CMOS sensor and ISO range upto 51200. Camera also has 425 phase detection AF points which makes it the world’s highest number of AF points on any interchangeable lens camera.
Sony A6300 is capable of recording High resolution 4K videos and can shoot images at up to 11 frames per second with continuous autofocus and exposure tracking. Camera is equipped with Advanced 4D FOCUS that tracks fast-moving subjects quickly and precisely.
Looking at the design, the body is made up of Magnesium alloy and it is dust and moisture resistance. 2.95-inch LCD screen can tilt about 45-degrees down and 90-degrees up. A6300 is powered by BIONZ X image processing algorithm engine. For connectivity A6300 comes with WiFi and NFS support along with USB port fro charging.
Along with the mirror-less camera company also introduced 3 G Master lenses. G Master lenses comes with highest design standards ever deliver astonishing detail and texture.