Sony’s Carl Zeiss A6300 Camera
Sony has introduced the A6000 mirrorless camera : This fantastic device comes with an all new features, newly developed 24 Megapixel APS-C sensor and a completely improved ‘4D’ AF system with 425 phase-detection AF points, the Sony A6300 tops the Sony’s APS-C mirrorless lineup. It also appears poised to break down one of the last remaining strongholds of DSLR with a live feed of the action in between frames, with minimal blackout, at a reasonable 8 fps shooting rate, with Auto Focus.
Check out the Key Features of this new Camera from Sony
- Max ISO of 51200
- 4K video capture up to 100 Mbps
- 11 fps continuous shooting (8fps continuous live view)
- Phase-detect AF compatible with A-mount lenses via LA-EA3 adapter
- 24.2MP CMOS APS-C sensor with copper wiring
- 425-point on-sensor phase-detection AF system
- Silent shooting in continuous drive (3 fps with AF/AE)
Speed increases to 11fps continuous shooting with AE/AF, and a new high-density tracking AF system with clumps of focus points on the subject. This is new, since Sony has traditionally used contrast AF for its tracking. It also has continuous-live-view framing at up to 8fps it’s also interesting to note that the A6300 is capable of 4K video capture at up to 100 Mbps. The camera makes use of a 20MP (6K) region in the sensor to offer 2.4x oversampled 4K video with full pixel readout, and no pixel binning.
Knock yourself out !