Sony a6300 Usable Video Up to ISO 25600? Oh Baby! (Yeah, OK, it Depends)

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.

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Rolling Shutter: Sony a6300 vs a6000 When Hugh's on Cold Medicine

I saw rolling shutter consequences on the Sony a6300  [B&H|Amazon] while I wasdown in Miami for a multi-day hands-on evaluation, but it didn't bother me very much -- it was a stupid fast pan, and for my everyday shooting, rolling shutter is a non-issue. This is not true for everyone though, so now that I have the a6300 on extended loan, here's a dedicated rolling shutter test comparing it to the a6000. Warning: not necessarily the best idea to do a test (especially the edit) while on cold medicine.

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