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Sony a6300 hands-on: We shot this with Sony’s new G Master lenses

by Jacob Kleinman | February 3, 2016February 3, 2016 10:45 am PDT

Sony surprised us all this morning with a pretty cool announcement: the new a6300 mirrorless camera, boasting the world’s fastest auto-focus and 4K video. We had a chance to get up close with one. While we weren’t able to take pictures with the new camera – something we’ll have to wait until we have a review unit to do – we did get to snap our hands-on photos with Sony’s new G Master lenses.

Here’s the A6300 shot with the new G master 24-70 F2.8 lens, which boasts a “groundbreaking” resolution along with fast auto-focus and F2.8 standard zoom.

And here’s a few more shots taken with the smaller G Master 85 F1.4 portrait lens, which promises lush boke-style photos. It doesn’t have a zoom function, but still took some pretty nice photos.

After I finished gawking at the a6300, I took a quick tour of the other studios to see what Sony had put together. If you’re interested, you can see a few of my photos (shot with the G master 24-70 F2.8) in this final gallery.


Jacob Kleinman

Jacob Kleinman has been working as a journalist online and in print since he arrived at Wesleyan University in 2007. After graduating, he took a...

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