Silent shutter mode on a6x00... real-world handling?

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nota bene New Member • Posts: 4
Silent shutter mode on a6x00... real-world handling?

Hi there,

Long-time lurker with a question... I am considering upgrading from my a6000 to an a6300 or a6400. I'm very attracted to the addition of the silent shooting mode, as always found the shutter on the a6000 distracting when shooting in social situations.

My question is, how does it really work in practice... how fast do subjects need to be moving before there's distortion... how bad are the banding effects from artificial light... I've read some very clinical/scientific accounts but am having trouble gauging whether I will find these issues to be problematic in real-world day-to-day use.

I anticipate taking a lot of family/kids pictures and some candid/street. Anything where I'd need super fast subjects (sports, animals), I'll happily turn on the regular mechanical shutter.

Any reactions based on real-world experience?

Thank you!

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