Sony a6300 Review – Real-World Video & First Impressions

Update: Head to our latest Sony a6300 reviews: lowlight test done by Nino and a comprehensive lab test done by Sebastian. 

Not long ago, the Sony a6300 was announced. After spending a day working with the camera, I am amazed at how far filmmaking technology has advanced in recent years. We’re barely into 2016 and already it is apparent that it is going to be an amazing year for tech lovers who are looking for new and affordable tools for expressing their creativity. For under $1,000, the Sony a6300 offers features which were previously unheard of in this price range. 4k (UHD) resolution, S-Log 2, S-Log 3, APS-C sensor size and an interchangeable lens system, full-HD slow motion, and up to 120 fps (NTSC mode) are all available on a budget, thanks to the a6300.

Sony a6300 lens

I’ve been playing with the camera a lot since I got my hands on it. In fact, I found it hard to put down once I’d picked it up! However, rather than drone on about my experience with the a6300, I’ve decided a quick summary of the pros and cons will be easier to digest. Please note that these are in no particular order.

Sony a6300 Pros:

  • XAVC S 4K (UHD) internal recording
  • 1080 100/120fps recording
  • Dual video REC allows video proxies for slower computers when editing
  • Excellent auto focus system in video shooting mode
  • High quality EVF/LCD
  • APS-C sensor and interchangeable lens system
  • Adjustable screen
  • World camera
  • Charging the camera via USB is possible
  • External audio recording (direct to the mic input in the camera or externally with Sony’s k1m/k2m XLR attachments)
  • Manual audio control
  • Plenty of customised button options including routing the REC button to a more convenient place
  • Connection of the camera to the mains power via the supplied USB charger and recording while charging the battery is possible
  • Battery life is good

Sony a6300 Cons:

  • No dedicated charger (charging the camera will eliminate you from using it until charging is done. Get an additional charger)
  • No headphone jack
  • Very stiff eye cap. Also, by the way of attaching it, it’s going to be very hard to replace with a better solution
  • EVF and LCD will go blank while connecting an external recorder/monitor via HDMI (only overly information will be shown in REC mode)
  • Somewhat noisy slow-motion (including Moiré effect)
  • Full HD video quality is soft
  • Noisy audio pre amps
  • Markers in the LCD and EVF are not aligned
  • Noticeable rolling shutter effect

My Conclusion:

For the price, the Sony a6300 is a really nice camera. I do wish that the higher framerate would have been a little cleaner and that it took the importance of audio a little more seriously. However, I do suppose there are limitations to what one can ask for when they’re choosing a camera in this budget. All in all, I would have the attest to the camera being a lovely tool for working with and I think it’d work well for both amateur and professional shooters—especially considering the price

Notes:

  • Overheating did not raise its ugly head during the interviews that I shot but more investigation is needed before I can provide a real opinion on this matter
  • ALL gimbal shots were done in autofocus mode in order to test the new system. It’s very fast and accurate but please be aware that different lenses will give you different results. In those shots the Sony 16-35mm f/4 was used
  • Audio was recorded in camera. I really wish there was a headphone jack
  • I have not had a chance to test the camera’s low light capabilities yet but there’ll be a post coming shortly with regards to my experiences using the a6300 in low light, so keep your eyes peeled for that!

Download and grade the footage for your liking:

Camera picture profile used in this video: S-Log 2. Shot mostly on 800 native ISO, Edited on Adobe Premiere CC latest edition. Colour correction was done with FilmConvert a6300 camera profile.

Music by musicbed. Title used : Your Favorite Song by Katrina Stone

A huge thank you to Katharina Almer and Cornelia Rimser for allowing me to document a day in their professional life. Please support them in finding a sponsor for their sportive activity!

Watch it on Vimeo

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Darren Streibig Reply
Darren Streibig March 1, 2016

Thanks Nino! Am very interested in grabbing one of these up! Needed a proper real world example!

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Darren, Johnnie is here…

You are welcome.

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Danny Taillon March 1, 2016

Really nice and thank you for this real world tests and impressions. Can you give us a bit more details on the actual video? What settings do you use? S-LOG2 or 3? What kind of grading did you apply, any luts? Skin tones looks a tad orange, wondering if this comes from the camera itself. The location where you shot at look like it was ideal in terms of contrast, it doesn’t look like a very contrasty interior, am I right? Thanks again!

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Gum Bum March 1, 2016

This first impression is only like 30 lines of text, and you didn’t read them :)

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Danny Taillon March 1, 2016

When I commented, the ungraded footage wasn’t there neither the text under it! I swear!

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Gum Bum March 1, 2016

They all say that! ^^

 Jesse Maxson Reply
Jesse Maxson March 2, 2016

Answers to Yor first 2 questions are in the article and equipment list.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Danny.

All your questioned are answered in the article.

The tad orange look is intentional.

Thanks!

Johnnie

Martin Bleazard Reply
Martin Bleazard March 1, 2016

Interview stuff looks crisp! My main concerns are how good the auto focus is for gimbal work and then rolling shutter! Thanks for the answers, keen to see this in your lab tests

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Martin.

Auto focus for gimbal work was excellent. Please be aware that different lenses will give you different results. In those shots the Sony 16-35mm f/4 was used

Thank you.

Johnnie

Miguel De Olaso Macgregor Reply
Miguel De Olaso Macgregor March 1, 2016

What lenses were used on this video?

 Jesse Maxson Reply
Jesse Maxson March 2, 2016

Answer in the gear list

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Miguel

It is all in the gear list. Still have to add the Loxia 35mm f/2 to this list.

Thanks.

Johnnie

Eric Johnson Reply
Eric Johnson March 1, 2016

No headphone jack is a bummer. Is there an easy way to monitor audio?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Eric.

Unfortunately not unless if you connect an external EVF/monitor/recorder with an headphone jack to the camera via HDMI.

Thank you.

Johnnie

 Marco Abrar Reply
Marco Abrar March 2, 2016

Hi Johnnie,

did you already try if your audio monitoring advice (via external monitor with an headphone jack) really works with the A6300?

Thank you.

Marco

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Marco.

I can confirm that audio from the camera can be monitored via an external device connected to it via HDMI.

Thanks!

Johnnie

 Tommy Rørvik Reply
Tommy Rørvik March 2, 2016

Can you confirm if you are able to adjust audio gain manually like on the a7-series and RX10? Or is it AGC only? I know that the Sony XLR adapter disables this since it has its own level controls, but with the 3.5mm audio input you should be able to do this. No one has been able to confirm this and this is the only thing I will need to know for sure to make a purchase decision.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Tommy

Like the other Sony a7 cameras, there is NO automatic sound level on the a6300. Actually, the only way to get automatic sound control is by connecting the XLR k1m/k2m to the camera and set it to “auto”…

BTW, you don’t need to connect any microphone to adjust the audio levels.

Assign “audio REC level” to Custom Button 2 (C2) and here you have the manual audio level control very accessible.

Thanks

Johnnie

 Tommy Rørvik Reply
Tommy Rørvik March 2, 2016

Thank you for a great answer. Finally someone was able to confirm this. Great work :-)

Since you are able to set the audio gain very low I would guess you can just add a “hot” source like a Sennheiser wireless to avoid much of the noise from the pre-amps. Did this on the GH4 and on my a7s and both sound great that way.

The missing headphone jack is really sad though. Hope someday Sony will make some kind of headphone adapter for this for the hot shoe or a wireless headphone that monitors audio via its wifi connection. Such a headphone would have been nice for the a7-series as well.

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neno Anen March 2, 2016

Check the Sony UWP-D11. It’s a hot-shoe mounted wireless mic that has a headphone jack.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

neno, great tip!

Will definitely check those.

Thanks!

Johnnie

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Jacob Fenn March 1, 2016

Can you verify the ‘dual recording’ option from personal experience or is this based on assumption? I saw countless people post A7R2 reviews touting this as an option for proxy recording when (at least with my A7R2) it is not suited for proxy work at all as the proxy is nowhere near frame accurate. All you get is a highly compressed alternative that, while it may be useful to hand to a client who wants an idea of the day’s footage, is not even an option for a true offline/online workflow. This was one of the big things that pushed me toward the FS5 so it will be interesting indeed if it works correctly in the $1k A6300. Thanks.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Jacob.

Promise to add it to my “to do list”. Will report back in this comment section.

Thanks.

Johnnie

 Michael Surotdinov Reply
Michael Surotdinov March 1, 2016

Hey there!
I’ve got a question about the Tokina lense. It is designed for aps-c sensor cameras – and i’ve got several lenses like it.
But the actual size of sony’s 6300 sensor is a bit larger – 23.5*15.6 while the canon’s aps-c are usually 22.3*14.9
So the crop factor is 1.5
So is there any vignetting with Tokina?
Thank you in advance.
Michael

 Christian Fiore Reply
Christian Fiore March 2, 2016

Canon’s APS-C crop is the odd one out, so anything labeled as an APS-C lens is actually made for 1.5x crop. No worries about vignetting on any size crop sensor. Except APS-H. Frickin Canon…

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Michael.

No vignetting was spotted also on 11mm focal length.

Thank you.

Johnnie

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el March 1, 2016

Interesting camera, what would you choose (primarily for video):
Zeiss 16-70 f4 or Sony G 18-105 f4 ?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi el.

Sorry, I haven’t tried the Zeiss 16-70 f/4 so I can’t compare.

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el March 2, 2016

Why did you choose the 18-105 over the 16-70?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Sony sent this lens with the camera….:)

 Jesse Maxson Reply
Jesse Maxson March 2, 2016

Hi Johnnie,

Great work once again. I too would be interested to hear your thoughts on the PZ 18-105 for video. Is this a lens you would use again? Thanks!

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Jesse.

Thanks for the thumbs up. Appreciated!.

The combination of the PZ 18-105 and the a6300 is very nice. Autofocus with this lens is blazing fast and 18mm on an APS-C sensor is just OK… It’s the same lens that comes with the FS5 as a “kit lens”. (see my FS5 review interiorly shot with this lens here: https://vimeo.com/145925611).

On the downside, focus through is very thin and when working “manually” it can upset an old user like me quite fast…:)

Thanks!

Johnnie

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el March 2, 2016

Thanks for the Feedback Johnnie,
I was looking at this lens for the 6300, but it seems that the Zeiss 16-70 is sold as a Kit lens,
so I wasn’t sure which one to take.
My thoughts were the 18-105 might be the better lens for videos as Sony is showing this lens in all video situations and the Zeiss in photo situations in their ads.

 Norberto Peña III Reply
Norberto Peña III March 1, 2016

Is there a link to download the ungraded footage? Vimeo is not letting me do so.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Norberto

I’ve tried the Vimeo link (https://vimeo.com/157325495) and it worked for me.

Sjoerd van den Bersselaar Reply
Sjoerd van den Bersselaar March 1, 2016

Ait, me like. :P

Art Sanchez Reply
Art Sanchez March 2, 2016

How do you manage the proxy workflow with the dual video rec? I tried it once and with my a7sII and it generates a different file name and format than the original video file.

 Mordy Gilden Reply
Mordy Gilden March 2, 2016

Aren’t the files of the same numbering scheme? I only tried something like this once with a different camera, and I recall the files had a different extension, but the numbering was the same. A simple DOS batch script command changed the filename extensions so I could swap back and forth between the proxy and higher def version. But honestly, this could easily be handled in post and probably be less stress on the memory card.

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Jacob Fenn March 2, 2016

If this camera is like the A7R2 then yes, the naming scheme is completely different, but that’s not the biggest problem (as Mordy points out that can be remedied with an extra step in post). My issue with the A7R2 is that the “proxy” file is not a proxy file at all, meaning it is so many frames out of sync with the “online” version of the footage that it’s completely useless for this type of work. From my limited exposure to it I don’t believe Sony intended the “dual recording” feature to be used for proxies–I think this was just inferred by people online and then the myth got passed around by many folks who never tested it. I think ‘dual record’, as used by Sony, might just be a feature for giving clients an idea of what you shot that day or something?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Art.

Will double check and come back to you in this comment section.

Thanks

Johnnie

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Mister McC March 2, 2016

Johnnie, I always appreciate your review projects. You said that native ISO is 800. Does that mean you can use S-Log 2 and 3 at 800 ISO? Also, will the autofocus in video mode work with Canon lenses going through a Metabones adapter? How about peaking and magnification? Can you punch in during record, or is that even an option? Again, thanks for your test reviews.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Mister McC

Thank you. Appreciated!.

S-Log 2 and 3 are both at 800 ISO.

Our Metabones adapter was out so I used a cheap Chinese alternative. I can confirm autofocus works with Canon lenses but the “quality” of that autofocus greatly depends on the adapter and lenses being used.

Peaking and magnification are all there.

Thank you!

Johnnie

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Mister McC March 2, 2016

Thanks for the quick response, Johnnie. I look forward to your other tests.

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Jacob Fenn March 12, 2016

From my testing AF with Canon lenses plus a Metabones adapter is a no-go, see here:

http://www.fennworld.com/sony-a6300-the-good-and-bad/

I can’t even select AF-C with a non Sony lens attached. Good news is that it works pretty well with Sony lenses and in decent light the Metabones adapter and Canon lenses are jaw-droppingly fast as far as AF goes for stills.

 Jim Robinson Reply
Jim Robinson March 2, 2016

I actually thought the top video was the ungraded footage. Gotta say the pre-release video from Sony sure looked a lot better. Maybe it is the choice of grade. But for a well lit outdoors type situation – the color is really bland.

I was ready to look at this camera for a b-cam but this video is giving me second thoughts – It is shot well and the exposure looks good – But sure wished there was a little more saturation in the graded one.

 Peter Carroll Reply
Peter Carroll March 2, 2016

I agree completely. Looks flat and colorless.

 Mordy Gilden Reply
Mordy Gilden March 2, 2016

Guys, he said this was shot in SLOG 2. It can easily look more saturated by grading differently or by not shooting in SLOG, like the other demo videos we’ve seen. Personally I find SLOG2 really annoying to get looking right, which is why I prefer not to shoot with it on my A7S. But on the plus side, Johnnie is showing us how much range the camera is capable of recording, which is cool. If he shot it saturated, we wouldn’t know how much data was available to the sensor first.
Chuck Braverman re-graded it below, check out his link.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Jim.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
As you can see, this test was done in a less then desired location when it comes to colours.

If I was you, I wouldn’t rule out this camera but rather ask you to test it for yourself.

Weather depending, I might shoot one more short video but for now our priority goes to a lowlight and Lab tests.

Thanks!

Johnnie

 Jim Robinson Reply
Jim Robinson March 2, 2016

Would be great if you could release a small portion of your ungraded footage to download – and people could try grading for themselves. I tend to think because it is shot in slog that it is not graded properly. Sure would help me decide.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Jim…

If you look at the article, there is a link to the Vimeo page to the all ungraded piece. In case you’ve missed it, here is the link: https://vimeo.com/157325495

Thank you!

Johnnie

 Bill Rich Reply
Bill Rich March 2, 2016

This looks great Johnnie! I have pre-ordered this camera and I’m excited to start using it after seeing your film! I too have the xlr-k2m and plan on using it with the camera.. you mention the audio pre-amp are noisy.. so how did you set up your audio to minimize this since there is no headphone jack to actually listen to what the camera is recording..
Again.. thank you for this great profile of the 2 ladies!

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Bill.

Thanks for the thumbs up!.

There is no way to monitor the audio with this camera unless you connect it to an external EVF/monitor/recorder with an headphone jack via HDMI.

As it is a review, I allowed myself to monitor the audio by looking at the meters which is obviously covering levels only and nothing else. I also used a proper XLR/mic connection and not wireless to avoid any possible interference. Regarding the noisy pre-amps, I have to look at it again WITHOUT connecting the k2m but rather connect the audio directly to the camera. Have to see if the hiss levels are similar and will report back in this comment section.

To summarise, the lack of headphone is one of the biggest limitations of this camera. What a pity!

Thanks again!

Johnnie

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Hans Johnson March 7, 2016

Some company or Sony themselves have to come up with a very small & compact breakout box from the HDMI output
making it possible to extract audio from the HDMI signal…maybe with a small preamp + 3.5mm socket
Essential when run& gun…
Or does it already exist ???

 Mordy Gilden Reply
Mordy Gilden March 8, 2016

Called an Atomos Ninja. They sell ’em these days for under $300. Also doubles as a monitor. Also doubles as a recorder. Also doubles as a 4 track recorder (2 from input on Atomos, 2 from mic on camera, all 4 tracks can be recorded simultaneously). You could argue that they only record 1080p, but I think the price of entry is worth it for the audio and focus tools alone (way more accurate peaking than in body on the Sony).

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Johnnie Behiri March 8, 2016

Hi Hans.

I think what you meant is more in a direction of a small (very small) device to extract the audio via 3.5mm socket from the HDMI output.

Unfortunately it is NOT possible as the moment you connect any HDMI device to the camera output, you will lose your picture on the LCD and EVF when pressing the REC button.

In summery, you will end up with monitoring sound but no in camera picture for convenient run&gun shoot.

Thanks.

Johnnie

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Hans Johnson March 8, 2016

Hi Johnnie !
Exactly what I meant !
For audio monitoring only…as I read your review it`s only possible in HD and not 4K so I guess they would have to make a firmware update..but Sony listen, don`t they ? :-)
There are lots of HDMI audio extraction boxes to be found on Ebay & Amazon but too big and quality questioned

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Johnnie Behiri March 8, 2016

Hi Hans.

The thing is, the HD coming out of this camera is very soft and I guess most users will prefer recording in 4K mode. (see our review here: https://www.cinema5d.com/sony-a6300-vs-sony-a7s-ii-how-good-is-it-really/)

As far as I know, it is not a firmware issue but rather a power processing one. The camera can not handle internal and external viewing at the same time.

Thanks!

Johnnie

 Douglas Park Reply
Douglas Park March 2, 2016

Hello Johnnie,
How’s the rolling shutter compared to a7s II? Similar?

 Douglas Park Reply
Douglas Park March 2, 2016

Or even GH4?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Douglas

We will conduct a lab test towards the end of the week and publish our finding right after.

Thanks!

Johnnie

 Douglas Park Reply
Douglas Park March 3, 2016

thank you!

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Christopher Hicken March 2, 2016

interested to know like others what lenses work best with the auto focus function, and, what gimbal/slider did you use?

Want one.

Oh, great work as usual.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Christopher

I have very good results with the Sony 16-35mm f/4 when it comes to gimbal/autofocus work.

CAME TV is my current choice. Very easy to set up and handle. It’s biggest drawback, no low mode.

Thanks!

Johnnie

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Christopher Hicken March 2, 2016

Thanks for taking the time to get back to me.

 Tim Rice Reply
Tim Rice May 24, 2016

ThTS why I wanted and preorder the came tv opitimus it will have low mode automatically.. great review. love my a6300 a7rii and a7ii combo..

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Chuck Braverman March 2, 2016

I did a fast color grade here; https://vimeo.com/157376159. Comments.

 Mordy Gilden Reply
Mordy Gilden March 2, 2016

That’s a lot more like what I would have wanted a final to look like. But keep in mind, when crushing the saturation and contrast like that, we wouldn’t be able to see how much data the thing was actually recording before grading. I kind of like that Jhonnie went for a flatter look to show what we’re getting.
But I agree- this is a heckuva lot more what I think a final product would look like.

 Jim Robinson Reply
Jim Robinson March 2, 2016

People look to good skin tones – with this level of camera – Chucks quick grade – the skin tones look way better. ‘Thanks Chuck,,with your grade I can see that the camera will work for me –

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Jim.

I wasn’t looking for “good skin tones”. I was looking into turning a “black&white picture” (white hall and black sweat shirts) into something different.

It’s my own taste but in order to make justice to the camera, I always try to add the ungraded version for people to play around with and come up with proper skin tones levels.

Thanks!

Johnnie

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Chuck, thanks for sharing!

Please be kind to credit cinema5D and me somewhere in your Vimeo video description with a direct link to this article.

Thank you!

Johnnie

 Mordy Gilden Reply
Mordy Gilden March 2, 2016

During HDMI output, are you sure the LCD/EVF going blank isn’t just a setting in the menu? I don’t have my A5100 in front of me at the moment, but I recall there was an HDMI setting that controlled whether the output was a clean 1080p for external recording and no overlays, or whether you wanted to use the external as your monitor (with overlays and all) instead of your LCD/EVF, in which case the latter was disabled in favor of the external monitor.

Also, speaking of HDMI out, did you get a moment to test skin smoothing? ;)

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Mark.

Most of Sony’s new cameras be it FS5, a7SII, a7rII and now the a6300 can not handle simultaneously internal and external image viewing when pressing the REC button. (until pressing this button it’s OK). I guess the amount of processing required to do so is very different to the older 1080 only models.

Regarding “skin smoothing”, It’s on my to-do list.

Thanks!

Johnnie

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Al Why March 2, 2016

This is from the a7rii user manual.
but did you test in 1080? maybe when using avchd?

“Images will not appear on the monitor when you record movies while the camera is connected to an HDMI device with [ File Format] set to [XAVC S 4K]. This is a normal operation of the camera.”

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Al.

We are on the same page.

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Al Why March 2, 2016

:) that’s great
But what do you mean?
There is no video in the EVF/LCD while recording only in 4k? or also in 1080p?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Al.

Maybe I should be clearer.

In HD (any flavour and frame rate), you can monitor the picture externally and internally when recording video INTERNALLY.

In 4K, you can monitor the picture externally and internally UNTIL pressing REC. Then you will be able to monitor the picture EXTERNALLY only.

Hope it makes sense now…

Johnnie

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Al Why March 2, 2016

Thanks!

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Johnnie Behiri March 6, 2016

Hi Mark.

I can confirm that skin smoothing was taken care of when outputting clean HDMI.
In 4K face detection goes grey on “off”. In HD you can choose between “on/off/register”

Thanks!

Johnnie

 Kenneth Chan Reply
Kenneth Chan March 2, 2016

Is there a crop in 120fps mode? The A7Sii also does FHD 120fps but there’s a huge 2.2x crop. Was wondering if this body does the same or if it’s a full sensor readout.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Kenneth.

Yes there is but a very slight one.

Nick Braun Reply
Nick Braun March 2, 2016

Sean Conroy Mehen do you think the noisy slow mo with get better with future firmware upgrades?

Sean Conroy Mehen Reply
Sean Conroy Mehen March 2, 2016

From watching the video on that artical it didn’t seem bad, it was there but not ditracting. Sony might address the issue down the road but never know

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Nick.

Too early to say. I can tell you that Sony is listening very carefully to what we all think and say about their products.

Thanks.

Johnnie

Angus Khan Reply
Angus Khan March 3, 2016

NeatVideo would handle that easily. I use it on everything anyway. Even relatively clean footage.

 Martin Voelker Reply
Martin Voelker March 2, 2016

Does it have any kind of live focus indicator? If it doesn’t – get a Pana GH4 which does (and has a headphone out).
Those two features are key for many real life application.

 Feureau Sutanto Reply
Feureau Sutanto March 2, 2016

Hey Johnnie. Even though this is a world camera, does it still have that “shooring on NTSC mode” warning every time you turn it on if you switch it to the other mode?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Feureau

Yes it does!.

Nick Lam Reply
Nick Lam March 2, 2016

Most important questions for me is:

// 1) How clean is the ISO for video in HD and 120fps?

// 2) Any overheating issues in 1080p or 120fps?

// 3) Are the Picture Profiles equally as customizable as the A7-Series?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Nick.

I can confirm that the picture profiles are as customizable as the A7-Series.

Thanks.

Johnnie

Nick Lam Reply
Nick Lam March 2, 2016

YES!!! SUCH AN IMPORTANT FEATURE TO HAVE!!!

 Alister Chapman Reply
Alister Chapman March 2, 2016

This could have been exposed at least another stop if not 2 brighter. It’s all underexposed. Skin tones should be at least 45 IRE with S-Log2. Most of the time they are down in the mid 30’s. Exposing brighter (put white at 70 IRE, skin tones at 55 IRE) would give a “thicker” original with more data across the entire image range, but especially in the shadows which would have led to a 75% reduction in the noise in the slow mo. You would have better textures in the skin tones and more information in the shadows with no impact on the highlights given that there are no problem highlights (other than the lights which will be blown out regardless) there really isn’t any reason for exposing as dark as this.

Personally I would not have used 8 bit log for a scene as flat as this. You’ve got 7 stops and are only using at most 175 code values, but most of the time less than 160.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Alister. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

Exposure metering was judged and done exactly as I would have do it with any other sony mirrorless camera.

Thanks!

Johnnie

Alister Chapman Reply
Alister Chapman March 2, 2016

Shame it’s all under exposed, would have looked so much better exposed correctly.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Alister. It’s not all under exposed. Hope you had a chance to look at the ungraded version, download it and grade it.

There is plenty of “meat” to play with.

Thanks.

Johnnie

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Jacob Fenn March 2, 2016

Johnnie,

Alister is a Sony “Independent Certified Expert”. Maybe you already know this, but it’s tough to tell the merit of someone’s advice in a comments section like this and just want to make sure you’re not being overly dismissive unintentionally. Google his name or look at xdcam-user and you’ll see that his suggestion is backed by a pretty thorough understanding. I’m not trying to attack anyone as wrong or right, but just wanted to make sure you really get what he’s trying to say because from my own experience shooting with S-Log2 and Sony cameras the pearl of wisdom he just shared is no less than a game changing epiphany for shooting S-Log2 to 8 bits. Take a look around 1 hour into this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-HrXmRqpME

Again, maybe you already know this, but just wanted to make sure the intent behind his comment is understood by everyone reading.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Jacob.

Alister has been a dear respected colleague for years…His knowledge is amazing!. Saying that, I don’t always agree with his observations as some of them are “logical on paper” but the field results are a bit different.

The ungraded version is properly exposed. (Unless you have a very dark monitor and see something else). When it comes to the graded one, some will find the footage “washed”, “dark”, non “contrastic”, “un pleasant to the eye”, or what ever…
The bottom line, grading is very much a personal taste and as such, I always try and add a link to the ungraded version so people can restore confidence in the camera again by grading it for themselves…:)

Thank you!

Johnnie

Nick Lam Reply
Nick Lam March 2, 2016

Alister:

Could you do a comparison of what you mean to point out (doesn’t have to be the A6300)?

I’m curious to see.

 Derek Brandon Reply
Derek Brandon March 3, 2016

I downloaded the ungraded version. It is clearly 2 stops under exposed.

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Johnnie Behiri March 3, 2016

Oh man. I love those definite sentences!

Sven Henig Reply
Sven Henig March 2, 2016

No headphone jack – c’mon Sony, don’t become Canon!

 Roman Brezovsky Reply
Roman Brezovsky March 2, 2016

Hi,

Have you tested a fe pz 28-135mm lens on it? I want to know how well it works on APS-C sensor compare to full frame and will it remain same performance, functions and quality as the A7 line?

Thanks

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Roman

Yes I did!. For me the 28-135mm is a full frame lens. On APS-C sensor it is too narrow for my taste.

Also, it feels that autofocus with this lens is slower and at times less accurate then other tested lenses.

Thanks.

Johnnie

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Paul Blue March 2, 2016

Regrade

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Paul Blue March 2, 2016

https://vimeo.com/157414005

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Paul Blue March 2, 2016

I did a little grade of this. I hope its one to upload it and share like I have. There is quite a lot of scope on the grade for a compressed file and shot very well. Obviously I could have done a better job if I had the separate cuts as some of the highlights are pushed a bit high but it grades up nicely!
Thanks for sharing Johnnie.

https://vimeo.com/157414005

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Paul, thanks for sharing!

Happy to know you had enough scope for grading.

Johnnie

 Jonny Henson Reply
Jonny Henson March 2, 2016

Hi Johnnie
Great review, thanks a lot. I’ve had the A6000 for the last year and love it so this looks great! One question about the HDMI out. Does the screen go blank (apart from overlays) when monitoring on something like Small HD 501/502 or is it only when actually recording externally that the screen goes blank?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Jonny.

Monitoring internally and externally is possible UNTIL you press the REC button. Then you are being left with overlays on your camera LCD/EVF. This apply to 4K recording ONLY.
In FHD in all flavours, no problem.

Thanks!

Johnnie

 Peter Carroll Reply
Peter Carroll March 2, 2016

Really sorry to hear this. Probably a deal breaker for me. Unlikely this will change with firmware updates. Thanks

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Al Why March 2, 2016

Just a note, this is only in 4k, in 1080p it works.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Al.

Thanks, I updated my comment so it is clearer.

Thanks.

Johnnie

Art Sanchez Reply
Art Sanchez March 2, 2016

Does the camera comes with a cable lock device like previous a7 models?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Unfortunately not.

Takeshi Ichikawa Reply
Takeshi Ichikawa March 2, 2016

wondering how the rolling shutter issue does effect with gimbal/drone type of shooting.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Good question!

We will run our lab test later this week so we can compare the rolling shutter effect of this camera to the other a7x models. Will publish the results right after.

Thanks!

Johnnie

Ramy Daniel Reply
Ramy Daniel March 2, 2016

Cinema5D, why’s this post sponsored!

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Ramy.

In order to be able to produce constant free content for our followers, B&H and CVP are sponsoring our site.

For more information, please head to https://www.cinema5d.com/about/ and read the Business Model & Ethics section.

Thank you!

Johnnie

Steve Yokeley Reply
Steve Yokeley March 2, 2016

Sponsored by b&h, so why does it matter?

Michael Sutton Reply
Michael Sutton March 2, 2016
cinema5D Reply
cinema5D March 2, 2016

Hi Ramy,
It is not “sponsored” by anyone besides ourselves. We paid a small fee to facebook to let more people know we did the review. This is how facebook makes money. They show your posts to less people, so you have to pay to keep valuable content out there. Most of our reach is organic but we decided to save a few coffees to upgrade this post. Hope that helps.

Luke Holley Reply
Luke Holley March 2, 2016

Nice work as always, thanks for sharing.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Thank you Luke. Appreciated!.

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blue jaguar March 2, 2016

Sony likes to make the initial body sale. But the kit lenses are crappy. And their other e-mount lenses are overpriced, large, and have quality/defocusing issues. Small bodies with large glass is unbalanced and ugly. NEX/a6000 users left lots of interesting comments on the a6300 launch page at dpreview. They are pissed that Sony released 3 large and expensive G master series lenses with the a6300. The message is clear. Don’t buy into Sony e-mount, they want all e-mount users to move to their FF cameras. Just having a great body is not enough. You are buying into a system, lenses, flash, etc. Look into how much Sony charges for their flash units compared to everyone else. Nearly every other APS-C or M 4/3 system out there makes more sense. As a former NEX user, I sold all my e-mount after the a6300 / G master announcement. Still using my Sony a-mount. But a-mount appears to be a dead or suspended system that gets no love from Sony (the a68 announcement is an under-spec’d token, possibly last hurrah). Looking at going back to Nikon APS-C or FF for future needs.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi blue jaguar

Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

In my last visit to Sony’s headquarter in Japan the subject of large vs small lenses was extensively discussed.

I can only hope that the clear message us the users are sending Sony, will fall on open ears.

We need and want small fast lenses!

Thanks

Johnnie

 Roman Brezovsky Reply
Roman Brezovsky March 2, 2016

Thanks for your reply, it’s really helpful. Just a last question what lens did you mainly use to produce this video?

Thanks

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M Bye March 2, 2016

Hi Johnnie – Thanks for the entertaining and informative review! Did you use a viewfinder/magnifier of any sort on the LCD? Any thoughts on if a Zacuto Z Finder would be an asset or simply be unnecessary? Thanks!

 Paolo Kabir Reply
Paolo Kabir March 2, 2016

Really nice, I enjoy the way you introduce new cameras. Any first impression how the IQ in 1080p compares to A6000, Panasonic G7 and Nikon D5500?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Paolo.

Thanks for watching the video and commenting!

Filming in HD 1080p is in my to-do list. Will share my findings in the comment section.

Thanks again!

Johnnie

 Matt Skonicki Reply
Matt Skonicki March 2, 2016

Why does it look so pastelish. Do these guys even know how to grade footage?

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Please download the ungraded footage from here: https://vimeo.com/157325495.

Grade it and share with the community. I’m always happy to learn from others!

Thanks.

Johnnie

 Matt Skonicki Reply
Matt Skonicki March 2, 2016

Guys honestly, if you are going to film something with this camera for release with thousands of fans, film in a better choice location. This footage is badly graded and the content is blasé.

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Matt,

This is the difference between us. I’m proud of what i’ve created in a very short time and feel honoured to expose the 2 young ladies and help them with their effort to find sponsorship!

Thanks!

Johnnie

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Jacob Fenn March 2, 2016

And proud you should be. Please ignore the negative comment above and continue to provide the wealth of information you are obviously working to convey for those of us without access to the camera. How can one complain about footage being badly graded when an ungraded version was provided? On the contrary, I think Johnnie has done one of the better all around, quick but helpful real world VIDEO shoots focused on camera capability–especially with a short turnaround. And his dedication to answering questions in this comments section is gradually and thoroughly filling in the gaps. Carry on Johnnie!

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Christopher Hicken March 5, 2016

I am assuming you are a child.

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Christopher Hicken March 5, 2016

My above comment was meant for Matt Skonicki. I do not understand these ridiculous negative comments.

Trevor Lloyd Reply
Trevor Lloyd March 2, 2016

Hi Johnnie – I’m really tempted to get one of these to use as a second camera. Do you have any real-world footage in 709 or similar? I want to be able to use it for fast turn-around news

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Trevor, good to hear from you again!.

Will try and do something short in the next days and send you the link to download).

Mind you that the biggest limitation of this camera is the absent of headphone jack.

Thanks!

Johnnie

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Johnnie Behiri March 7, 2016

Hi Trevor.

Our lab test will be published later today and I’m afraid that the full HD coming out of this camera is very soft (much too soft for broadcast I would say).
This is clearly a 4K camera only. I wouldn’t use it for 1080p shooting.

Hope that helps.

Thanks!

Johnnie

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Tony Todd March 2, 2016

16-35 or 18-105 if you could only have either of these? What works best on the A6300 autofocus / quality / etc…

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Johnnie Behiri March 2, 2016

Hi Tony.

Both are equally SO fast on the a6300…

I use the 16-35mm on my CAME TV gimbal with much success, while the 18-105 is a better “all around” choice for run&gun assignments (see my FS5 review done with this lens here: https://vimeo.com/145925611

Depends on your needs, hope you will have the chance to try before you buy any of those lenses.

Thanks!

Johnnie

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M Bye March 2, 2016

Hi Johnnie – Thanks for the entertaining and informative review! Did you use a viewfinder/magnifier of any sort on the LCD? Any thoughts on if a Zacuto Z Finder would be an asset or simply be unnecessary? Thanks!

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Johnnie Behiri March 3, 2016

Hi M Bye

Thanks for the thumbs up!.

On this camera I didn’t as the build in EVF is a high quality one so there was no need to use any accessory.The Z Finder I have wouldn’t fit this camera as it meant to work on Canon SLR bodies so the screen dimensions are different. In recent years I’m using kinotechnik’s LCDVF with great success. They are modestly priced, lighter, easy to attach and the diopter kit allows me to use it as a contact lenses user.

Thanks!

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M Bye March 3, 2016

Great advice and input. Thanks for taking the time!

Nathan Russell Cole Reply
Nathan Russell Cole March 3, 2016

Two bodies would be a good overheating work around. I’m sure it will overheat like the original a6000, then just swap out when it shuts off.

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dean mermell March 3, 2016

This would seem to be a good solution for both the low quality pre-amps and headphone jack problem. I’ve been meaning to get one, the reviews are excellent and it seems like a great fit for the A6300: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/966010-REG/shure_vp83f_condenser_shotgun_mic.html

 James Holk Reply
James Holk March 3, 2016

That’s exactly my plan. That mic is amazing.

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Ziyad Saeed March 3, 2016

No in build image stabilization. Limited to 30 minutes of video

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Johnnie Behiri March 3, 2016

Hi Ziyad

Sony stated before that in order to keep the demential size of the camera compact, no internal stabilisation was implemented. The “30 min recording limitation”, is directly related to an old EU law classifying a recording device that can shoot video over 30 min as a video camera with a higher taxation value…

Thanks.

Johnnie

Nick Lam Reply
Nick Lam March 3, 2016

For the record, I Am WILLING to pay the higher taxation value for a camera that records continuously.

I always thought that purpose takes priority over any Law or Policy Restriction.

Funny how a Taxation Law dictates the design of a device in this case.

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Ricardo Bullón March 3, 2016

Hi, thanks for all this information. What is the quality of recording directly in camera in 1080 24p/25p/30p? There are any moire or pixel binning occurs? I’ve seen some video I do not remember where that was the case.
Can you confirm this?
Thank you! And sorry for my english!

Nick Lam Reply
Nick Lam March 3, 2016

Regarding 120fps:

// 1) Is this conformed in-camera or does it record audio in real-time like the A7SII?

// 2) Does AF work during 120fps?

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Johnnie Behiri March 4, 2016

Hi Nick.

– You have 2 ways to record 100/120 fps.

When using HFR mode it’s conformed in camera. When using “normal” 1080 100fps mode, you get a normal speed video that can be manipulated on your timeline including audio.

– Yes, AF works during higher fps.

Thanks!

Johnnie

 Luca Butera Reply
Luca Butera March 4, 2016

hallo Johnnie, I expected a closer image for samsung nx1 instead is closer to fullhd sony a7s with colors too soft and low contrast.
In this test I am a little disappointed.
You shot with slog3? You can do another test with slog2 profile?
thank you

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Johnnie Behiri March 4, 2016

Hi Luca.

This was shot in S-Log 2. I don’t use S-log 3 on a 8 bit cameras.

In the article there is a link to the ungraded version. Please try download it, grade it to your liking and see if you are a bit less disappointed with colours/contrast.

Thanks!

Johnnie

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neno Anen March 4, 2016

Thanks for the test. I hope you would also make an AF comparison between the new Sigma adapter and the Metabones mounted on the a6300. The sigma 50-100 1.8 + mc11 + a6300 combo seems like an excellent run-n-gun/wedding solution.

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Johnnie Behiri March 4, 2016

Hi neno.

We are waiting to get the new Sigma adapter and will do our best to run your requested test.

Thanks!

Johnnie

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neno Anen March 5, 2016

Thank you! It’s unfortunate that the a6300 wont be coming to our country until April. :(

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Mike B March 4, 2016

I’m confused…

Pro:
Connection of the camera to the mains (sic) power via the supplied USB charger and recording while charging the battery is possible

Sony a6300 Cons:
No dedicated charger (charging the camera will eliminate you from using it until charging is done. Get an additional charger)

You state both that you can and cannot use the camera while charging. I take a lot of timelapse photography when backpacking. I can easily blow through an entire battery with just 1 or 2 timelapses. The ability to use an external USB powerpack would make this an instant upgrade from my NEX-6.

The $1000 question is, Can I use the camera while charging from an external source?

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Johnnie Behiri March 5, 2016

Hi Mike.

Those are two different things. Maybe I was not clear enough in my description. I’ll try to summarise:

-It is possible to record while the camera is connected to the mains
-If you need to charge the battery, obviously the camera is being occupied by being connected to the mains for charging so you can not use it for run&gun.

I guess the solution is to by a cheep additional charger.

To your $1000 question, the answer is yes!.

Thanks!

Johnnie

 Ferri Ferri Reply
Ferri Ferri March 5, 2016

Hi Jhonnie,

Nice camera, I’m actually very undecided if buy an a6300 or an a7 for my sports video. They cost the same and my question is if could have a better quality editing a video from 4k to fullhd grab with an a6300. Or one grab in fullhd with the full frame a7 ?

That’s my big questions ?

thanks for helping

Francesco

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Johnnie Behiri March 5, 2016

Hi Ferri

If you are after the normal a7 for shooting video, skip the idea. The a7 is for taking photos.

Regarding the a6300. It is a very nice camera for shooting video but one of my main concerns especially for shooting sport videos is its strong rolling shutter effect. We will publish our lab test results early next week and I can already tell you that it is the worse camera we ever tested when it comes to the rolling shutter effect.

Personally I think that shooting in 4K and down converting to HD might give better results then shooting directly in HD. (Mind you the the HD in the a6300 is rather soft).

Thank you!

Johnnie

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Ferri Ferri March 5, 2016

Thank for gentle answering, impressive that a camera as a6300 that have the video compartment full of features has this big problem, I ‘ll stay tuned to see you next tests for sure !

About the rest being non a professional photographer I need an all arounder camera also for photos but I love filming and I adore the hi quality and high definition videos and also in such as 5X slow motion.

The point is that my budget is around 1500 dollars and I though a full frame such as A7 or A6300 could be my solutions. Now I really don’t know …

Which kind of product could be the best for me ? ;)

Thanks for helping

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Johnnie Behiri March 5, 2016

Hi Ferri.

Most if not all those DSLRs/mirrorless cameras suffers form a certain degree of rolling shutter effect.

If I was in the same position as you, I would have given the a6300 a chance and get it from a reputable retailer, one that I could easily have send it back if not to my liking.

That’s the only way to assure that the rolling shutter is not limiting you during the sport filming you are about to do.

Thanks..

Johnnie

 Ferri Ferri Reply
Ferri Ferri March 5, 2016

Last thing,

Could be interesting a quality comparative on the high frame speed videos / slow-motions (example fullHD 120 fps/ 5x slow)between a6300 and RX10 mark II and other cameras (I don’t know) in the same budget.

Also to know If competitors on same kind of product/budget in this compartiment are performing better or not.

Say this because look likes the quality of the high frame videos is going to be the place where consumer products will be going to expand and fight.

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Johnnie Behiri March 6, 2016

Hi Ferri.

We are comparing the a6300 slow motion to the a7sII one.

Lab test results will be published tomorrow on cinema5D. Stay tune.

Thanks!

Johnnie

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Scrub Go March 5, 2016

Something that I do a lot while shooting UHD is use touch-to-focus to select focus between two (or sometimes more) faces. This can require split-second decisions when the scene is a conversation (vs a scripted interview which I don’t do as often).

Samsung NX1 does this well. Panasonic DVX200 does this well. Old Canon 70D does this well but is soft HD at best.

Canon C300 mkII – NO TOUCH SCREEN.

Sony FS7 – NO TOUCH SCREEN. Sony A6300 – NO TOUCH SCREEN. Sony A7R mkii – NO TOUCH SCREEN. No thanks.

For people who claim to prefer buttons please remember cameras with touch screens aren’t lacking buttons. They just offer additional interface for those who prefer touch screens.

If the Sony cameras had touch screens I think I would sell everything else and buy-in. The quick focussing G Master lenses are particularly interesting with their higher resolving capability making them somewhat future proof.

I really hope Sony finally breaks down and pays to license the touch screen tech that they evidently don’t own. Really hard to believe at this point in time Sony doesn’t have touch screens. How many devices are there out in the world with touch screens? Billions??

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Johnnie Behiri March 5, 2016

Hi Scrub Go

I promise to pass your observation to the right people at Sony. (who are constantly gathering valuable feedback from users).

Thanks.

Johnnie

 Woj Conner Reply
Woj Conner April 20, 2016

If I understand your comments correctly then there is NO face detection while shooting 4K video?

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Johnnie Behiri April 26, 2016

Hi Woj, sorry for the late response. (NAB took all our time).

Indeed no face detection while shooting in 4K

Thanks.

Johnnie

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Jacob Fenn April 26, 2016

I think what you mean is that you have to select “HDMI Only” on toolbox menu page 4 if you want face detection to work with external monitor plugged in. No recording to card simultaneously. This isn’t too encouraging if you want to use a field monitor but record internally. Is this accurate?

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Johnnie Behiri April 27, 2016

Hi Jacob.

Camera is long gone so I can not follow your steps. I’ll have the new Sony RX10III shortly on my desk and I “suspect” they will behave the same so I can try and replicate.

Thanks.

Johnnie

 Ferri Ferri Reply
Ferri Ferri April 27, 2016

Intersting … waiting your tests and demo expecially about the immage quality of stills and video but also RX10III low light performances …

 Erik Quick-Warner Reply
Erik Quick-Warner March 10, 2016

So your final output was 4k- so I guess that means you scaled up your 1080 Slow Motion shots to fit in 4k? First watch through I didn’t even notice which was pretty surprising.

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Johnnie Behiri March 11, 2016

Hi Erik,

Indeed!. The 1080/100p slow-motion shots were scaled up.

Thanks.

Johnnie

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Grégory Leroy June 28, 2016

Great review Johnnie, is the rolling shutter effect an issue when shooting sports/military action?
Is the screen size/resolution not too small for manual focus?
If you guys have any opinion, don’t hesitate to share.

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Johnnie Behiri June 29, 2016

Hi Grégory Leroy, thanks for your thumb up.

It is an issue, but the question is for who…

You as a film maker will surly notice it, but your customer?, depends on who it is, I’m not so sure.

This is one of the limitations we’ve been living with since the introduction of stills cameras that shoots video.

Regarding the screen size/resolution for manual focusing. Personally I’m mostly using the EVF and had no significant problems in achieving accurate focus. The LCD screen is fine too, plus, you can assign the middle round button at the back of the camera to act as a “punch in” focusing aid tool.

Hope it helps.

Thank you.

Johnnie

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Grégory Leroy June 30, 2016

Thank you for your answer, I mainly use lcd screen caus I’m tall and Im dominating to much the scene shooting from an evf.
punch in = magnification right? Great if we can use it while recording video.
Do you have a non native normal zoom to recommend for this camera? Or do you prefer using native sony (focus by wire) zoom?
Sorry, it was my last question ;)
Thx again.

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Johnnie Behiri July 1, 2016

Hi Grégory Leroy,

Being a small person, the EVF is my best friend…

Yes, you can punch in magnification while recording.

For now I’m mostly using native Sony zooms for my work which is mainly done with the a7SII not the a6300. (I did not purchase that camera and the sample unit is long gone back to Sony).

Hard to recommend a perfect zoom lens. For now I’m using the Sony 16-35mm f/4 for any gimbal and wide shots and the Sony 28-135mm f/4 for the rest of the range. As I/we have a large selection of lenses at the office (native and not native Sony E mount), it’s the type of work which will dictate what lens to use.

Hope that’s help.

Thank you!

Johnnie

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Grégory Leroy July 6, 2016

Hi Johnnie,
Thank you for taking the time to answer me, it’s very helpful.

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Johnnie Behiri July 6, 2016

Grégory, most welcome!

Thanks for visiting our site. Truly appreciated.

Johnnie