LCD and Viewfinder
Sony A6300 has a Tilting 3" LCD screen with a resolution of 922k dots. Both the screen size and the screen resolution is up to the standards of this class.
A6300 has a built-in Electronic viewfinder. The viewfinder has a resolution of 2,359kdots and coverage of 100%. 100% coverage ensures that what you see in the viewfinder while shooting matches exactly what you will get later in your image, helping accurate framing your shots and minimizes the need for cropping images later. The magnification ratio of the viewfinder is 0.7x (35mm equivalent).
Max Shutter speed
Sony A6300 can shoot continuously at max speed of 11.0 fps
and has max shutter speed of 1/4000 sec
A6300 has a built-in flash, and it also has a flash shoe to mount your external flashes too.
One neat feature that we like about A6300's built-in flash has is that the flash head can be tilted upwards manually using your finger, which can be used to bounce the flash light and create a more pleasing lighting on your subject. It is not a very strong flash so the ceiling/wall or the surface you use for bouncing must be relatively close to the camera.
Sony A6300 features both Contrast Detection and Phase Detection autofocus (AF) systems which ensures speed and accuracy of focusing in most situations. The AF system has 425 points to choose from. Sony A6300 also features Face detection AF
where it intelligently detects the faces in the frame and locks the focus automatically. In addition to the face detect AF, A6300 has a more sophisticated feature called Eye Tracking AF
which detects and locks focus to the selected eye of the person in the frame accurately and tracks as the subject moves. Eye tracking AF of Sony A6300 is a perfect feature for shooting portraits and is especially useful when fast lenses are used and the depth of field is very narrow.
With Sony A6300, you can record your videos at a highest resolution of 3840 x 2160 at 30p,24p fps with bit rates up to 100 mbps and save in MPEG-4, AVCHD, XAVC S and H.264 formats. This means that Sony A6300 provides 4K (Ultra-HD)
video, highest resolution that is available in the market today. When viewed on a 4K screen, you will be amazed by the level of details and the crispness.It is also a big step up from its predecessor A6000
which has a max video resolution of 1920 x 1080 only. If you are thinking of upgrading your A6000 and shoot a lot of video, this is a big factor to consider in favor of A6300.
A6300 also a high speed mode where it captures videos at 120 fps for ultra slow motion videos. A6300 has a built-in Stereo microphone and a Mono speaker. Sony A6300 also has a port for an external microphone so you can record high quality sound with the help of an external microphone.
Connectivity and Storage
Sony A6300 features built-in wireless (Wi-Fi)
connectivity ( 802.11b/g/n with NFC) which lets you transfer your photos directly to compatible devices without any physical connection. With its NFC
feature, A6300 can communicate with devices such as smartphones which are also equipped with this technology by simply touching each other.One other feature that we like is the ability to use our smartphone as a remote to control our A6300. You can change camera settings, release shutter, view LCD screen and tranfer files using remote control app.
You can connect A6300 to compatible devices via its HDMI port or USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec) port.
Sony A6300 is powered by battery which provides a shooting life of 400 according to CIPA standards.
Considering that the average battery life of Mirrorless type cameras is 365 shots, its battery life is about average in its class but it would still be wise to invest in some spare batteries for long photo trips.
Battery Life Comparison in Advanced Mirrorless Cameras
Sony A6600 with its 810shots is the model with longest battery life among Advanced Mirrorless cameras. Check the comparison of Sony A6300 vs Sony A6600 or take a look at Longest Battery Life Mirrorless cameras list.
Sony A6300 Features Compared to Main Competitors