Sony A6300 Mirrorless Camera With 4K Video Support Launched at Rs. 74,990

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Sony A6300 Mirrorless Camera With 4K Video Support Launched at Rs. 74,990
Sony announced the successor to the A6000 back in February and now, one can buy the new A6300 mirrorless camera in India at Rs. 74,990. This price is inclusive of the 16-50mm, f/3.5-f/5.6 lens, which aggressive pricing from Sony India considering the same kit costs $1,150 (approximately Rs. 77,000) in the US.

One of the most noteworthy changes in the new model is the faster autofocus (AF) system and 4K video recording support. The A6300 now has 425 phase detection AF points, which Sony says helps make it the almost twice as fast as its predecessor and bag the 'world's fastest' title for an interchangeable lens camera with an APS-C sensor at 0.05 seconds. The camera also has the ability to record 4K video at 100Mbps for better quality and can do super-slow motion 1080p video at 120fps.

The Sony A6300 features a new 24.2-megapixel sensor with Sony's 4D AF system and is a powered by the same Bionz X image processor found on the A6000. Native ISO range is 100-25600 and the camera now features a full-magnesium alloy body which is now dust and moisture resistant. The lens mount is now reinforced to better handle heavier lens and you get an improved shutter release button and mode dial.

Sadly, there hasn't been any change to the 3-inch LCD display as it doesn't get touchscreen support. The electronic viewfinder (EVF) does get a bump in resolution however, to 2359.3K dots (up from 1,440K dots). The new model now supports 8fps live continuous shooting  on the LCD or EVF for lesser blackouts in burst mode.
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Roydon Cerejo

Roydon has written about technology and gadgets for more than a decade now and began his career reviewing PC components. He found his calling with laptops, smartphones, and cameras and is the go-to guy at Gadgets 360 for this technology trifecta. In his spare time, he likes watching horror films, obsessively organising his cable management pouch and plotting world dominion one pixel at a time.

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