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Bigwig Japanese device manufacturer Sony announced an updated version of its flagship APS-C mirrorless camera -- the new A6300 camera -- on Wednesday. The newly-announced A6300 mirrorless camera is a 4K updated version of Sony's well-liked A6000 HD camera.
Announcing the new A6300 camera, Sony said that the camera will be available for purchase in March. The body-only cost of the new camera will be $1,000; with a 16.50 mm kit lens version of the camera to be priced at $1,150.
According to the details shared by Sony, the new A6300 mirrorless camera will boast the inclusion of the company's latest and most-advanced processing and sensor technology. Some of the key features of the camera include an advanced APS-C sensor with copper wiring, 24.3 megapixels, and 425 phase-detection autofocus points.
Going by Sony's claims, the use of 425 phase-detection autofocus points in the new A6300 camera underscores "the world's fastest autofocus," giving the camera the capability to focus in an astoundingly fast 0.05 seconds.
Further adding that the new A6300 camera is capable of shooting shoots 4K with full pixel readout, Sony said that the camera effectively manages 1080p video at 120 frames per second, and thus has the ability to offer exceptional slow-motion shooting. In addition, the A6300 camera also comes with the S-Log gamma recording option, which unfolds a broad dynamic range for professional photographers.