Sony A6300 VS Sony A6500

 

Sony A6300 has been inherited the same lineage of a7 series, with excellent AF capability. A6300 has increased its phase detection up to 425 points, with 4D Focus focusing technology, which are capable covering almost the whole screen.


Sony Alpha A6300 Body Only Digital Mirrorless Cameras
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Sony A6300 supports 4K recording and 1080p / 120fps high-speed video recording. It has also support fast continuous shooting speed, with a standard of 8 fps and the maximum can reach 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. It also supports built-in Wi-Fi, NFC, built-in EVF and 180-degree movable LED Screen.

Sony A6500 is the new release flagship ASP.C Mirrorless Digital Cameras, which has been released just after 8 months of his brother A6300 released. The difference between two is the 5-axis SteadyShot Inside Stabilization and LSI Processor, which brings A6500 becoming the fastest AF digital cameras in the market, even compare with much more expensive full frame DSLR from Canon or Nikon.  The A6500 using the same 24.20Mps APS-C Exmor CMOS Sensor, NIONZ X Image Processor.

Sony A6500 using the same 24.20Mps APS-C Exmor CMOS Sensor compare with his brother A6300 and NIONZ X Image Processor.

If you are considering this model, here is the editor suggested for customers to be considering. If you think A6500 is too expensive that you cannot afford, and then please choose the A6300. It is definitely a great camera that you won’t be regret. Although Sony A6500 has better AF ability, However when you are using A6300, you will not feel any upset about the A6300 AF. It is far more enough for you.

However nowadays in the market, A6500 have UHD 4K video recording, 5-axis SteadyShot Inside Stabilization that is worth to pay $500 more to get through.

 

 

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