No, no, not another Sony camera no! They just had a model no. They want to take over the mirrorless market. No, no, no, not… Another Sony camera! It’s the A6300, yes! we’re going to take a look and see why Sony chose to replace their A6000. What’s the difference between this model and is it worth the upgrade. If this video helps you all remember to subscribe to our channel for future unboxings and such and such as this, and don’t forget when in Miami come visit me at Digital Goja showroom. Well, we have the 24.2 Megapixel, APS-C Exmor CMOS Sensor, it’s their new Bionz X image processor has a much brighter and clearer all LED electronic viewfinder, has a standard three-inch 921 thousand-Dot Tilting LCD Monitor. That’s great! Of course, it does ultra UHD video recording, what does it mean? It does 4k at 30 frames per second so, here’s a big difference if you needed 4k video recording, well here it is, this guy will do it for you. It also has a capability of doing multiple frame rate up to 30 frames per second and 1080p at a 120 frames per second, so if you want to do some incredible slow-motion videography this is the guy to do it. It allows you to do S-log and S-log 3 and Gamma3.Cine profiles so this gives you up to a 1300 wider dynamic range so this gives you incredible color graduations, and enhanced sensitivity, and low-light for shadows and mid-tones, they of course gave you the built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, that’s a standard now in most of the Sony cameras and it has their new 420 phase detect focusing point, what they call 4D focus. I like the grip I think they gave it a much better grip than we’ve had in previous models. It is a little bit heavier so it feels more substantial. I think they’ve done a better job putting this camera together. Again, this is the kid version, so it comes with the optical stabilized powered 16-50mm zoom lens. It’s a very nice small compact all around zoom. And of course shoot up to 11 frames per second, so it’s very fast. It does allow you to do some incredible fast action photography has a built-in flash and of course, it also comes with the capability of doing an external flash unit, here is your multi-interface port from Sony and of course, the built-in flash is pretty decent for the lens that it comes with right now, and you can even do bounce, until flash photography with it. So, all-in-all nice little package I like the grip, it’s still the slab looking Sony’s but I don’t know, I think this one is much better put together than some of the previous models. Goes all the way up to a crazy 51200 ISO for you low light enthusiasts. Of course, it does come with a standard Sony U.S.A. limited warranty 1 year in the US and multiple instructions pamphlets and booklets. Plus, there you go there’s your charger it’s a wall war adapter so what does that mean you have to charge your double NF Lithium battery in the camera and you get the standard Sony Alpha neck Strap. So, all in all, if you are in the market for a new mirrorless with 4k recording capability take a look at the new Sony Alpha 6300. Well, I hope you found this video to be helpful if it did remember to hit me up with a like button underneath and subscribe to our channel for future tutorials frequently asked questions and unboxings and don’t forget if you’re ever in Miami come say hello at Digital Goja showrooms. Happy shooting!!