In part 2 of my just-created series entitled "How Much Low Light Capability Does One Really Need How Often?" I conclude Sony Senior Technical Manager Mark Weir was spot-on when he told me that the a6300 has an extra stop of low light sensitivity over the a6000. Not earth-shattering, but you know what? I think it's pretty amazing - and I think I will rarely need more. For now.
Maybe I just have low standards, or maybe I just don't get out enough. But this little a6300 [B&H|Amazon] continues to impress: in the accompanying video I found the footage (HD) was usable up to ISO 25600. For some of us, anyway. Tip: using high speed primes like the Sony 28mm f/2 [B&H|Amazon] helps.
I'm having fun with this.
Sony a6300 with the Astra and Cine 150, or a7s II without? Not so obvious - 5-axis IBIS and viewfinder are outstanding advantages over the a6300...
What do you think?