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Sony boasts high-speed Autofocus and 4K with the a6300

The company's new mirrorless shooter is one hell of a camera.
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As you've seen lately, Sony is not playing around when it comes to their imaging division. Their latest model, which replaces the acclaimed a6000, steps into the outgoing model's spotlight with a new 4D FOCUS system that locks focus on a subject in just .04 seconds, a speed that Sony claims is the fastest in the world. That Autofocus system is also accompanied by 425 phase detection AF points, the highest amount on any currently available interchangeable lens camera. 

At the core of the camera is their new 24.2 megapixel APS-C sensor, which is coupled with their BIONZ X image processor that allows it to shoot images at up to 11 fps or 8 fps in the Live View mode. It's also capable of 4K recording in Super 35mm format and other features include a 2.4 million dot built-in EVF and Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity. 


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