UPDATED: Sony a6300 real-world samples
The Sony a6300 has some sizable shoes to step into. With a 24MP CMOS APS-C sensor, 8 fps continuous shooting with live view, 425-point on-sensor phase detect AF system and 4K video capture it looks like a solid update to the a6000, at least on paper. We've been shooting with the a6300 for a few days and we've just added several images to our gallery of real-world samples.
Please note that we currently do not have Raw support for the a6300. We'll be adding converted Raw files (and files for download) as soon as possible. For now, this gallery consists of 'out of camera' JPEG files.
|The sights this window has seen! by NPW UK|
from Creative Window
|Tacking Point Light House by photoman555|
from Nikon Challenge
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