World’s fastest autofocus camera was launched by Sony

Mumbai: Electronic giant, Sony launched the world’s fastest autofocus mirrorless premium camera A6300. The camera has 425 phase detection autofocus points (PDAF). The company also claims that the new 4D camera can lock focus on a subject in less than 50 milliseconds. It features 24.2 MP CMOS Exmor censor and can record at a bit rate of 100 Mbps for 4K recording with full HD resolution (1920×1080).

The a6300 along with the SELP1650 kit lens (35mm equivalent focal range of 24-75mm) is priced at Rs.74,990 and will be available at all Sony Center, Alpha flagship stores and major electronic stores across India. Based on a robust magnesium alloy construction, the a6300is also dust and moisture resistant. On the body are nine customizable buttons that can be assigned from a mix of 64 different functions, enabling the camera to be configured for individual shooting styles. The camera also integrates WiFi and NFC that, when used with their PlayMEmories Mobile application (available for Android and iOS,) convenient transfer of media to smartphones. Non-NFC smartphones aren’t excluded–the phone uses QR codes to connect with them.