Sony A6300 VS Sony A6500

Sony’s Mirrorless range has a good reputation in providing balanced cameras in terms of quality, weight, and in size. Sony A6300 and A6500 are their latest releases in the mirrorless camera line-up coming in at different price points. What is the difference between them, and how do I choose between them? Sony A6300 has inherited the technical lineage of a7 series, with excellent AF capability. A6300 has increased its phase detection up to 425 points, with “4D Focus” focusing technology, allowing the points to cover almost the whole screen.


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Sony A6300 supports 4K recording and 1080p / 120fps high-speed video recording. It also supports fast continuous shooting speed, with standard speed of 8 fps and the maximum speed of 11fps. Under the new “High-density tracking AF” technology, the performance of object detection has been enhanced and it also supports the ISO as high as 51200. This camera also supports built-in Wi-Fi, NFC, built-in EVF and 180-degree movable LED Screen. The Sony A6500 is the new release flagship APS-C Mirrorless Digital Camera, which has been released just after 8 months of his brother A6300. The difference between two is the 5-axis SteadyShot Inside (SSI) Stabilization and LSI Processor, which makes the A6500 to be the fastest AF digital cameras in the market, even compared to the much more expensive full frame DSLRs from Canon or Nikon.  The A6500 uses the same 24.20Mps APS-C Exmor CMOS Sensor, NIONZ X Image Processor as its younger brother. If you are considering these two models, this is the editor’s quick summary for considering customers. If you think A6500 is too expensive and hurts the wallet too much, then please choose the A6300. It is a great camera that you won’t be regret getting and for the quality, features and specifications that it offers, it is bang for buck. Although Sony A6500 has better AF ability, when you are using A6300, you will not feel a large difference especially in regular shooting environment. However, if you think that the price range of the A6500 is within your expectation, Sony has put all its image and camera technology into the A6500, making Sony A6500 the best and most brilliant APS-C Mirrorless Digital Cameras – with UHD 4K video recording, 5-axis SteadyShot Inside Stabilization and excellent autofocus speed that is capable of taking photos of fast-moving objects. It would be great for sport photography, and photography with movement. If you want to get camera with all-round capability, and do not want the bulk of full-frame, then Sony A6500 is the best you could find.

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