The Sony Alpha a6300, the latest mirrorless camera that the Japanese firm launched early last month, has recently made its way to our shore.
A successor to the highly-regarded a6000, the new Sony Alpha a6300 brings faster autofocus thanks to its 425-point AF system and support for 4K video recording. Other notable features of the new MILC include a more sturdy magnesium-alloy body, support for higher ISO, and a more crisp electronic viewfinder rated at 2.3M-dot.
The new Sony Alpha a6300 will be sold locally through Sony authorized distributors and resellers, as well as Sony concept stores in the country. The body-only set will set you back Php51,299 for those who will paying with cash or Php56,999 for those who will purchase it via installment options.
The camera can also be purchased with a bundled lens. Consumers can opt for the standard SELP1650 Sony E PZ 16-50mm kit lens which can be had for Php58,499 in cash (Php64,999 on installment) or a SELP18105G Sony E PZ 18-105mm F4 G OSS Lens which will be sold for Php69,299 if you’re paying in cash (Php76,999 via installment).