Sony's full frame mirrorless cameras might grab all the headlines, , but its APS-C format Alpha 6000-series cameras offer lots of power for the money too. The Sony A6300 sits between the bargain-basement Sony A6000 and the top-end A6500, and we have seen some great deals on this camera this year, so it is well worth checking out whether you can find a best buy on this interchangeable lens model (you can see the best price we have found online today below).
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The A6300 has a slim, rectangular rangefinder-style body that packs in a terrific 24-megapixel APS-C sensor and enough processing power for 4K UHD video, downsampled from 20MP capture for the best possible quality.
The A6300 also packs in 425 phase-detection AF points and 11fps continuous shooting. Autofocus can lock on and focus on your subjects eyes too, allowing you to get your portraits and sporting images sharp in exactly the right spot.
Round the back there is a 3-inch tiltable LCD screen that allows you to not only frame the image (and replay images) - but also gives you access to advanced features such as focus peaking and zebra exposure warning.