The Sony Alpha a6300 or Sony a6300 is an APS-C-format mirrorless digital camera that has a 24.2 megapixel (MP) Exmor CMOS sensor and BIONZ X image processor. Thus, it is capable of producing clear, smooth, and high-quality images. Additionally, its sensitivity range is from ISO 100 to 25600. The good thing is that it can also be further expanded up to ISO 51200. Thus, it can still produce quality images even in low-light conditions. Another great feature of this camera is that it does not produce any noise when the user is capturing an image. Additionally, it has a 4D-focus capability and has a built-in WiFi system. Thus, it can easily be connected to devices for easier social media sharing of photos and videos that have been captured and recorded.
However, no matter how great the features of any camera are, the quality of images can be further improved by investing in lenses. Through the use of such, images can be captured in different settings and locations while maintaining their quality. Many first-time photographers, however, often stay away from buying extra camera lenses. That is due to the fact that they are quite expensive. The good news is that they can already buy quality Sony a6300 lenses at an affordable rate, usually about $200. One of which is the Sigma 19mm f/2.8 DN Lens. The lens is actually designed for the Sony NEX E-mount Camera. However, it has shown that it is compatible with the a6300. It is a lightweight, non-zoomable, small, and thin wide-angle prime lens that is able to create attractive blurs of the background because of its seven-blade diaphragm. Its minimum focusing distance is at 20 centimeter / 7.9 inches and its maximum reproduction ratio is at 1:7.4. Another great thing about this product is that it’s linear AF motor can be directly moved even if mechanical gears and drives are not used.
Additionally, the lens is able to correct distortions, color aberrations, and field curvatures excellently. Such is related to the fact that the lens has three glass mold aspherical lenses. Another thing that users and reviewers love about the product is that it is able to reduce flaring and ghosting problems even when used at a maximum aperture setting. Another affordable camera lens that is worth buying is the Sigma 60mm F2.8 EX DN Art. It is a telephoto lens that can be bought in silver and black colors.
It is best used for capturing travel images, weddings, events, portraits, and close-up photos. As compared to the first lens mentioned above, this lens has a minimum focusing distance of 50 centimeters and a maximum focusing magnifying ratio of 1:7.2.
Additionally, the product is also able to lower axial and transverse chromatic aberrations because it has a Special Low Dispersion or SLD glass. Likewise, it also produces images that have good quality from the center to the edge because of the fact that it has optimum power distribution capabilities. The only disadvantage of the two mentioned lenses is that they have no OSS stabilization features. Thus, when motion is introduced during a shot, image blurring will be present.