More phase detection autofocus points:
Thanks to the incredible 425 AF points for phase detection in the focal plane, close to the entire image area, this comprehensive AF point cover ensures that no object misses it.
Improved fast hybrid AF:
The world's fastest autofocus (0.05 seconds) uses the Bionz X image processor to help you focus on a moving object with impressive precision.
Particularly precise recording of fast-paced action scenes:
High-density AF technology quickly activates AF points to cover moving objects with 7.5 times the density of the? 6000, providing outstandingly accurate and stable positioning and tracking of moving objects.
Improved resolution and efficiency:
With a new copper wire layer and a processing circuitry for improved light sensitivity, the image sensor expands the sensitivity range to up to ISO 51200 while simultaneously reducing noise.
Get more out of your image processor:
The Bionz X image processor, together with the image sensor, provides photos and videos with more clarity and detail and less noise, especially in the medium to high ISO range.
For the ultimate resolution in 4K video recording:
A full pixel reading without pixel binning (approx. 2.4 times (equivalent to 6K) as much image data compressed into 4K) ensures the ultimate resolution and closeness to reality in 4K video recordings.
Take advantage of the potential of post-processing possibilities:S-Gamut/S-Log allows you to capture a wide dynamic range (max. 1300%) for creating more expressive post-processing videos.
The? 6300 even offers 14 levels of exposure latitude in the S-Log3 gamma setting.
Preview and capture your desired motifs:
The new high-contrast, high-resolution XGA OLED Tru-Finder offers fascinating displays, especially when the new 120 fps shooting mode is selected for smoother scenes and tracking.
Use Wi-Fi/NFC/QR code for seamless, easy connectivity:
Wireless connections via Near Field Communication (and now also via QR code for non-NFC smartphones) make the transmission of image data from the? 6300 to mobile devices child's play.…more