Sony a6300

Take professional-quality photos in a compact, versatile design.

MSRP

$800 (Body Only)

Technical Details

Megapixels

24

Sensor Size

APS-C (Cropped)

4K Video

yes

Dimensions

4.72 x 2.64 x 1.93 in./ 14.25 oz.

Pros

  • Compact
  • Lightweight
  • Affordable
  • 4K video
  • Fast continuous shooting

Cons

  • Cropped sensor
  • No touchscreen
  • Screen only tilts up/down
  • Average battery life

Why We Like It

The Sony a6300 is the camera I currently travel with and I absolutely love it. This camera is widely regarded as a favorite among enthusiast travel photographers because of its compact size without compromising much by way of performance. With simple controls, fast continuous shooting, 4K video, and a suite of pro-level shooting features, the a6300 is the perfect camera for travel photographers no matter the skill level. The only real drawbacks is the cropped sensor (the camera captures less of the field of view than a full-frame camera like the Sony a7R III and no touchscreen – however for the price and the technology inside, its hard to find a better travel camera.

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