First reviews of the Sony A6300 mirrorless camera is available online with hands-on videos, high ISO tests and sample images.
The mid-range mirrorless interchangeable lens camera features a 24-megapixel APS-C image sensor. The sensor comes with copper wiring and the camera has 425-point on-sensor phase-detection AF system with 11fps burst shooting. The camera provides maximum ISO of 51200 and 4K video capture up to 100 Mbps.
First Sony A6300 Reviews Now Available Online
From Cinema5D :
For the price, the Sony a6300 is a really nice camera. I do wish that the higher framerate would have been a little cleaner and that it took the importance of audio a little more seriously. However, I do suppose there are limitations to what one can ask for when they’re choosing a camera in this budget. All in all, I would have the attest to the camera being a lovely tool for working with and I think it’d work well for both amateur and professional shooters—especially considering the price
From CameraLabs :
As for sports and action shooters, the earlier A6000 may have been no slouch, but I’m genuinely excited by the new capabilities of the A6300. In my brief time with the camera it felt quicker and more confident at tracking subjects, and I’d be happy to sacrifice 3fps for the new live update in the viewfinder. If it performs as hoped in my tests I’ll definitely be upgrading.