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Don’t Waste 1 Second! Sony a6300 Camera Has The Fastest Autofocus On Earth

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Time is of essence these days, when we’re tackling jobs, hobbies and personal life simultaneously. Whether you’re pursuing photography as a hobby or it has become a way of life, it’s essential to save time where you can, how you can and still get that perfect shot. Here is where Sony’s latest mirroless camera comes in. Sony a6300 boasts the fastest autofocus in the world and the highest number of AF points. 

The newest model can autofocus in merely 0.05 seconds (!!) with 425 phase detection AF points, more than any other interchangeable lens camera has. If you’re just beginning to play with photography and don’t understand what’s all the fuss with autofocus speed, then think about it like this. You can have the subject ready, a cool set, good light and still get blurry photos at the end of the day.

Autofocus mode is the camera’s intelligent way of focusing on the subject, after taking into account light level, contrast and motion. Accurate focus depends on the autofocus sensor(s) that are laid out in various patterns across your field of view. Each and every one of them measures relative focus by analyzing differences in contrast at their respective points*.

Sony a6300

Coming back to the upgraded Sony a6300, it’s worth mentioning that it can capture up to 11 fps in continous mode and will show a live-view feed, useful in sport photography, when you choose burst mode at 8 frames per second. That’s not all; with a 24.2 megapixel APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor you can expect clear, beautiful images from ISO 100 to 51200 (an expansion from the previous model) with fewer noise levels.

Another first for a Sony APS-C camera is the enhanced tracking and AF compatibility with A-mount lenses connected via adapter.

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G master E mount lens line

The video department was also vamped up. Sony a6300 offers 4K video recording with full pixel readout in Super 35mm format, a feat for a non-full-frame Sony camera. Expect Full HD at 120fps, S-Log gamma recording, S-Gamut (wider color space), a Gamma Display Assist to check focus while you’re taking the video and enhanced Zebra functionality.

Other specs that might interest you:  silent shooting, a microphone line input, Wi-Fi, and NFC, XGA OLED Tru-Finder electronic viewfinder with 2.4 million dots.

Sony a6300 will be available in the US in March. Undoubtedly, at $1,000 (just the body), this is a jewel worth having if you’re a professional photographer. On the other hand, if you’re still taking baby steps in this field, Sony a6300 could be the incentive you need to learn, practice and become the master of your domain.

*  When shooting, choose points to focus on that correspond to sharp edges or different textures – you’ll likely get more lucky this way, if all the other factors remain the same. With portraits, for example, a wise point to focus on is the eye, since it has very good contrast.

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