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Sony Alpha a6300
« on: February 04, 2016, 01:08:45 AM »
The AF is impressive:

http://www.dpreview.com/news/3240829197/sony-announces-24mp-a6300-mirrorless-camera

If sony incorporated  IBIS, Touch screen, and joystick focus selector like the Xpro2. This could be a killer camera. Maybe Sony cohorts like Nikon, Pentax and Fujifilm can use this sensor on their next cam...what do you think?

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Sony Alpha a6300
« on: February 04, 2016, 01:08:45 AM »

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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2016, 12:16:07 PM »
At approx. Php 55k MSRP, with 16-50mm kit.

hmmmm.... bumaba kaya ito as low as 45k+ by 2017? if ever, ok na maghintay ng 10 months than getting an a6000 now.

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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2016, 01:11:26 PM »
At approx. Php 55k MSRP, with 16-50mm kit.

hmmmm.... bumaba kaya ito as low as 45k+ by 2017? if ever, ok na maghintay ng 10 months than getting an a6000 now.

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Kung mag mura ang a6000 palagay ko mas OK yon kay sa a6300 unless you want the 4K video.

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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2016, 04:14:12 PM »
Tama, mas ok nga! Everytime madadaan ako sa sony stores palagi ko tinitest itong a6000. Kaya familiar na ako on the controls.

Sana nga ganun maging effect paglabas nitong a630 sa ph market. ☺



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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #4 on: February 04, 2016, 05:13:01 PM »
I think Fuji already uses the same sensor on the X-Pro2 Nevermind, got it wrong.  ;D This A6300 hare really good video features. Could be a great alternative to the A7SII for video. :)
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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #5 on: February 04, 2016, 07:32:50 PM »
Sana ok na AF neto in low light. Sana Maglabas din sila ng Cheap,small & quality lenses for the emount.  ::)
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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #6 on: February 05, 2016, 07:34:58 PM »
Sana ok na AF neto in low light. Sana Maglabas din sila ng Cheap,small & quality lenses for the emount.  ::)

I think they will concentrate more on G master series E mount. The A users will be left wanting including the E mount users of crop sensor like the A6300. The lenses are nice and expensive. If you mount it in a6300 or even on a7 series, it will cause an imbalance unless you will install a battery grip. That will negate all what the mirrorless are primary for ( at least for my purpose) that is small and light. But that is only me and everyone has its point of view...kanya kanyang pananaw lang naman.

http://www.sony.com/electronics/g-master-lenses#Construction

To really stay small and light the mFT is true to form on most of their offerings although some are getting bigger but not really much.

APS-C like Fuji to stay small, you have to use prime lenses once you touch the fast zooms, the size grow bigger. The zoom also will cause imbalance so you will be holding weight of the zoom than the body. It is a matter of practice.

 Oppps OT na bakit ba napunta don Raff?Shift ka na uli sa Sony?

I was waiting for this release for months and I said I will buy one if it has IBIS, pixel shift multishots, joystick to shift or easily move focus points around, and tilty touch screen.






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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #7 on: February 05, 2016, 10:32:07 PM »
Sana ok na AF neto in low light. Sana Maglabas din sila ng Cheap,small & quality lenses for the emount.  ::)

I think they will concentrate more on G master series E mount. The A users will be left wanting including the E mount users of crop sensor like the A6300. The lenses are nice and expensive. If you mount it in a6300 or even on a7 series, it will cause an imbalance unless you will install a battery grip. That will negate all what the mirrorless are primary for ( at least for my purpose) that is small and light. But that is only me and everyone has its point of view...kanya kanyang pananaw lang naman.

http://www.sony.com/electronics/g-master-lenses#Construction

To really stay small and light the mFT is true to form on most of their offerings although some are getting bigger but not really much.

APS-C like Fuji to stay small, you have to use prime lenses once you touch the fast zooms, the size grow bigger. The zoom also will cause imbalance so you will be holding weight of the zoom than the body. It is a matter of practice.

 Oppps OT na bakit ba napunta don Raff?Shift ka na uli sa Sony?

I was waiting for this release for months and I said I will buy one if it has IBIS, pixel shift multishots, joystick to shift or easily move focus points around, and tilty touch screen.


No Doc, i'll stay with oly. This camera looks impressive pero yung lang nga lacks of cheap quality lenses for sony ang problem. Zeiss lenses are great but huge & expensive. I'm also quite disappointed that sony did not put their  built in Ibis. Video features in this camera was great but it would have been even better if they have included the in body ibis. I'm was spoiled with oly's 5 axis ibis.  ;D
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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #8 on: March 22, 2016, 09:00:04 AM »
The a6300 is very interesting to me because it potentially gets me out of the m4/3 entirely. One of my most important uses is to photography my kids playing sports (softball, tennis, etc.) which I do now with an A7RII-70-200f/4G + Panasonic GX7 with Panny's 100-300mm. AF tracking on the latter can be much improved.

I hope a6300's claimed fast AF proves able to AF track kids' sports with the 70-200 f/4 at least like the A7RII can--that is enough for me, no need to go back to DSLRs. I can then use my 55mm f/1.8 with the A7RII and go a bit wider.

There are small, light, and not so expensive FE lenses. I personally have the 28mm f/2--it is arguably not as sharp as the Zeiss Batis 25mm but it is 1/3 the price. Another is the 35mm f/2.8. This said, some like the 35mm f/1.4 and the 90mm f/2.8 Macro are large. The latter with hood is not that far size and bulk wise to the 70-200 f/4.

I guess features like AF, OIS, and even OLED displays in the case of the Batis really bulks up the lens especially when you compare say the Zeiss Batis 85mm or Sony 90mm f/2.8 to something like an old classic: 90mm f/2.8 Elmarit-M.

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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #9 on: March 22, 2016, 11:20:08 AM »
The a6300 is very interesting to me because it potentially gets me out of the m4/3 entirely. One of my most important uses is to photography my kids playing sports (softball, tennis, etc.) which I do now with an A7RII-70-200f/4G + Panasonic GX7 with Panny's 100-300mm. AF tracking on the latter can be much improved.

I hope a6300's claimed fast AF proves able to AF track kids' sports with the 70-200 f/4 at least like the A7RII can--that is enough for me, no need to go back to DSLRs. I can then use my 55mm f/1.8 with the A7RII and go a bit wider.

There are small, light, and not so expensive FE lenses. I personally have the 28mm f/2--it is arguably not as sharp as the Zeiss Batis 25mm but it is 1/3 the price. Another is the 35mm f/2.8. This said, some like the 35mm f/1.4 and the 90mm f/2.8 Macro are large. The latter with hood is not that far size and bulk wise to the 70-200 f/4.

I guess features like AF, OIS, and even OLED displays in the case of the Batis really bulks up the lens especially when you compare say the Zeiss Batis 85mm or Sony 90mm f/2.8 to something like an old classic: 90mm f/2.8 Elmarit-M.
I was waiting for the a6000 prices to go down and then the a6300 was announced...I think I will need to wait again but not for the a6300 but for the a7r II...medyo kakaunti na lang ..ha ha ha ha.At that rate hindi na ako makabili. Palagi ako nahuhuli sa G7 o GX8..paisa isa lang yong unit na dumadating ng Panasonic Philippines. Nauunahan ako ng mga Ninja. So many cams that are so good these days pero OK din naman ako sa quirky and slow Fujis.
BTW, you can order a6300 from Joseph of filtersexchange o kaya sa macyscamera from cebu...kung di kayo makaantay.
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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #10 on: March 29, 2016, 09:55:52 AM »
the only thing i dont like about e-mount lenses is their focus-by-wire focusing in manual mode which means that internally the focusing is still controlled electronically..

in not sure how good the electronics inside of these lenses are but i dont think they can last as long as full manual lenses, this is the only reason why i never invested much on native e-mount lenses. the a6300 body got the features that you normally wont get on other brands' camera on this same price range (minus touch screen, ibis..). its like buying an A7R2 in apcs minus the ibis at half the price.

the previous a6000 right now is already roughly half the price of the latest a6300 in sony's website (body alone). but in the used market, the price of a new a6300 body is above the original 2nd hand A7 and sits just right near the price range of a used A72/A7R and if one isnt concerned much about ibis and 4k recording and superb AF, the full frame option from sony becomes more viable.

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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #11 on: April 09, 2016, 12:12:25 PM »
body only 50k!!!

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« Reply #12 on: April 09, 2016, 12:47:49 PM »
body only 50k!!!
mas mahal pa nga sa iba...around 57 k...no problem we have plenty of choices

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Re: Sony Alpha a6300
« Reply #13 on: April 11, 2016, 01:09:52 PM »
roughly around 46k here in sg for the body alone..

will probably wait for this item for a year or 2 before i decide or else i go for the older model.

almost near the price territory of a used a72 and almost 6k more on a used A7.
a used mint condition a6000 is around 16-20k.



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« Reply #14 on: April 11, 2016, 01:23:21 PM »
I wont mind waiting a little bit more...

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I am also in the waiting game. :0
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