Sony a6300 – good value camera

Sony alpha a6300 is the middle range offering as far as Sony's APS-C bodies go. It has the same basic look as the older a6000 and a6500, with some differences. When compared to a6000, the a6300 is a bit thicker and is built ou tof magnesium alloy, as opposed to plastic. The buttons on the …

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Sony 18-135 F3.5-5.6 (SEL18135)

Sony 18-135 travel zoom is the newest addition to Sony's APS-C E mount lineup, coming about 2 years after the last one. This gap really indicated that Sony does not put much attention on their APS-C lenses, so who knows, it might also be the last one. It is known as the lens nobody really asked for, being a 9th lens to cover the normal zoom range (SEL1855, SELP1650, SEL1670Z, SELP18105, SELP18200, SEL18200, SEL18200LE and the Tamron 18-200) and the 5th travel zoom. Given that there is only one wide angle zoom available and really no telephotos (SEL55210 with F6.3 at the long end is more of a snapper) it is really a strange decision on Sony's part. But given the fact the lens is there, is it worth buying and how does it compare to the Sony lineup or the competition?

Sony 70-200 F4 review from a perspective of a walking photographer (SEL70200G)

Hello and welcome to the review. Today I will be talking a litte about one of the lenses in Sony's affordable array that I have most ambivalent feelings about - the mighty 70-200 F4 zoom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dNNhKZTAIM Let's start with built quality - it is superb. The lens is all metal with a metal detatchable tripod …