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Sony ILCE6300LB Compact System Camera with SELP1650 Power Zoom Lens (24.2 MP, APS-C Image Sensor) - Black

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  • One of the world's fastest autofocus speed at 0.05 second together with wide coverage with 425-points, High-density Tracking technology keeps tracking fast moving subjects
  • 24.2 MP APS-C image sensor with BIONZ X image processor and high sensitivity up to ISO51,200 with less noise
  • Internal 4K movie recording at high resolution, thanks to 20 MP oversampling to create 4K image (8 MP)
  • High contrast and high resolution XGA OLED viewfinder for accurate image confirmation, 120fps display mode helps to keep tracking the fast moving subject
  • Reliable body construction with magnesium alloy, robust lens mount and dust and moisture resistant design
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.9 x 12 x 6.7 cm ; 363 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.2 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: Sony ILCE6300
  • ASIN: B01BMAIEFE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Feb. 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,288 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Sony ILCE6300 Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera (24.2 MP,APS-C Image Sensor) - Black.

Box Contains

A6300 camera body
Supplied lens
AC adaptor
Power cord
NPFW50 rechargeable battery
Shoulder strap
Body cap
Accessory shoe cap
Eyepiece cup
Micro USB cable


From the manufacturer

ILCE5000 ILCE6000 ILCE5100 ILCE6300
Sensor size APS-C type (23.2 x 15.4 mm) APS-C type (23.5 x 15.6 mm) APS-C type (23.5 x 15.6 mm) Exmor CMOS sensor APS-C type (23.5 x 15.6 mm) Exmor CMOS sensor
Megapixels 20.1 MP 24.3 MP 24.3 MP 24.2 MP
ISO sensitivity ISO 100–16000 ISO 50–25600 ISO 50–25600 ISO 100-25600 (expandable to 51200)
Maximum continuous shooting speed 3.5 fps (in Speed Priority Continuous Shooting mode)) 11 fps (in High Continuous shooting) 6 fps (in High Continuous shooting)
Movie recording mode AVCHD 2.0 / MP4 AVCHD 2.0 / MP4 AVCHD 2.0 / MP4 / XAVC S XAVC S / AVCHD 2.0 / MP4
Screen type 3.0 inch type TFT LCD 3.0 inch type TFT LCD 3.0 inch type TFT LCD 7.5 cm (3.0-type) wide type TFT
Viewfinder Viewfinder 0.39 inch -type electronic viewfinder (colour) 0.5 inch -type electronic viewfinder (colour) XGA OLED, 1.0 cm (0.39 type) electronic viewfinder (colour)
Battery life Up to 420 shots Up to 360 shots Up to 400 shots Up to 350 shots (viewfinder) / Approximately 400 shots (LCD screen)
Wireless and network capabilities Downloadable Camera Apps, NFC One-touch functionality, Wi-Fi Downloadable Camera Apps, NFC One-touch functionality, Wi-Fii Downloadable Camera Apps, NFC One-touch functionality, Wi-Fi NFC One-touch functionality
Interfaces Multi/Micro USB Terminal Multi Interface Shoe, Multi/Micro USB Terminal Multi / Micro USB Terminal, PC remote

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When I unboxed this camera it had two greasy fingerprints on the monitor screen, so I wiped those off and set about fitting my 14-70mm lens to take some test pictures as I thought it might be second hand, even though it was sealed with Sony tape.
When I viewed the pictures there was a lot of dust and spots on the sensor, a bit of a surprise, as it was meant to be brand new.
I can only assume that the quality control at Sony (or whoever assembled the camera) is not as good as it should be.
A new camera should be exactly that, free from greasy hands and a clean sensor. The wearing of gloves in a dust free environment I thought would be an obvious step to take.
As for the camera itself, I have only just started to get used to it, but from first impressions this is a camera that is going to bring a lot of fun and versatility into my photography.
The battery life is something that needs pointing out, as the power does seem to drop quite quickly compared to my Nikon body .
However, the Sony A6300 is a smaller camera compared to DSLR's, so the battery is also, the best bet is to get a spare battery just in case.
The menu system is quite complex, and trying to remember what page you changed something on can be a bit of a challenge, but hopefully that will get easier with use.
I also found that I was filming when I didn't realise (the button is on the right back side close to the hand grip) when I was gripping the camera while fighting with the legs of a tripod. However this does make for interesting playbacks, as you don't realise how much one can curse while struggling.
This is probably down to operator error (me) rather than any design flaw.
So, this is the most basic of reviews for a very good camera.
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I won't repeat what most reviewers say - this is a truly excellent camera for both high quality photos and 4K video... definitely 5 stars - but, as an owner of one, here's a couple of tips for prospective buyers.

First is to immediately invest in the Kindle version of "The Friedman Archives Guide to Sony's A6300" (which, as well as being substantially cheaper than the paperback version, is a more useful format for this type of book) and then spend an evening carefully working through it with your new camera in front of you. The A6300 is an incredibly powerful piece of kit that, beneath it's very easy to use "auto" modes, has a plethora of often extremely useful shooting options that require explanation to understand. It also has one of the most complicated & opaque on-board menu systems I've come across and an instruction manual that's close to useless. Gary Friedman's excellent book is, in essence, a detailed and very clear user guide that carefully walks you through every menu option while explaining what it does and why you may (or may not) wish to use it - by the end of it you'll feel that you're in control of your A6300 rather than the other way round.

Second, if you're intending to use your A6300 for regular video shooting, to reprogram button "C1" that sits next to the shutter release as the video on/off button and to then set the camera up so that this button only works when the camera is in "Movie" mode - within a short time of trying to use the camera in its "out of the box" configuration you'll understand why these two changes will make shooting video so much easier. Trying to explain how to do this using Sony's labyrinthian menu system would take too long, which, of course, is why you need a guide book like Gary Friedman's.
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I absolutely love taking photos and have always wanted a 'proper' camera - so this is my first proper camera outside of a Point and Shoot, thank you Vine! I'm extremely happy with it. My current point and shoot is a Sony - and I was pleasantly surprised at how similar the menu systems and buttons are so I was able to start using it straight away.

As a beginner using only the Auto mode for now (I have a lot to learn!) I'm extremely impressed with the quality of photos, and how easy it is to use. The auto focus does a great job and always seems to focus on exactly what I want it to. I've taken photos in a few different scenarios now from sunrise photos to pets - and I'm always pleased with the quality of photos.

The screen on the camera tilts which is very handy for shooting at awkward angles without needing to bend down. An eyepiece comes supplied but I haven't used this yet.

As with my previous Sony camera, you can quickly send images to a smartphone through the PlayMemories app at the touch of a button. This is a feature I will use frequently.

The camera isn't too heavy either which makes carrying it about no problem. I'm about to go travelling over Christmas so I'm looking forward to getting some great shots (and learning how to use this properly when I get home!)
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I have a Sony a6000 but upgraded to the Sony a6300.

The cost of upgrading was very expensive but having used the a6300 for a week I'm glad I did.

Having both cameras I can compare directly and I can say that the a6300 has improved high ISO quality. Bordering on 1 stop better at ISO1600 and above.

At low ISOs I don't see a big difference - if any - maybe there is if you look really hard.

Previously I never shot about ISO 6,400 - now I am happy to push it to ISO 12,800.

I also compared ISO performance to my now little used Nikon D750 ( twice the weight and twice the shoulder pain! ).

Up to ISO 3200 you really struggle to tell the difference - some minor noise in the deep shadows in the a6300 vs D750 but a real close run competition. ISO 6,400 and above the Nikon clearly pulls ahead and produces less noisy images. But how often do you shoot ISO 6,400? Probably never during the day! The D750 has over advantages like better lens selection and longer battery life - but I've come to the conclusion I'm generally lazy and hate shoulder pain. a6300 with e mount lenses ( Sony 16-70 f4 is my main lens ) is so much ligher to handle.

Both cameras claim amazing auto focus that can figure out what to focus on and lock on with supreme accuracy.

I found the a6000 often focussed on the wrong thing. Instead of my brown labrador running towards me it would focus on some rocks!

I've not found the a6300 any better at figuring out what to focus on - it needs human intervention!

Neither the less the focus speed is super fast on both cameras - and when focussed on the right thing its accurate too.

The a6300 has a new focus mode that I'm finding very useful - Expand Flexible Spot.
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