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Aquatica uses high quality materials and they designed the housing to be small & compact to be handled just like the camera. They also made an ergonomically designed button placement for ease of use.
Read our full Sony A6300 review to learn more about the camera features and why we love it for underwater photography.
Fast-focusing and 4K-shooting, the Alpha a6300 from Sony is a versatile APS-C-format mirrorless digital camera designed for multimedia image-makers. Revolving around a redeveloped 24.2MP Exmor CMOS sensor and BIONZ X image processor, clean image quality is provided with a wide expandable sensitivity range to ISO 51200, along with accelerated readout speeds for internal 4K30 and Full HD 1080p120 video recording with full pixel readout. Stills shooters also benefit from the apt processing speed, which enables continuous shooting at 11 fps for up to 21 raw frames in a burst, as well as 14-bit raw file output. Complementing both stills and video, the sensor and processor combination also avails 4D FOCUS, which combines a wide-coverage 425-point phase-detection system with a 169-area contrast detection system for quick and precise focusing performance. This focusing system also enables High-density Tracking AF for more efficient and accurate tracking of moving subjects across the image frame. A well-rounded camera for both photographers and videographers, the a6300 is characterized by its speed and further qualified by its refined image and video quality.
Goby in the Lembeh Strait. Sony a6300, Sony 90mm macro lens, SubSee +10 diopter. Photo: Brent Durand
Nudibranch in the Lembeh Strait. Sony a6300, Sony 90mm macro lens, SubSee +10 diopter. Photo: Brent Durand
A manta ray passes by in Bali, Indonesia. Sony a6300, Tokina 10-17mm with metabones adapter (manual focus). Photo: Brent Durand
Portrait of a coconut octopus with shell. Sony a6300, Sony 90mm macro lens. ISO 200, f/16, 1/160.
A nudibranch shot with ambient light. Sony a6300, Sony 18-55mm lens. ISO 800, f/16, 1/80.
A beautiful Anilao reefscape with sunball. Sony a6300, Sony 10-18mm lens. ISO 200, f/22, 1/160.
A magnificent shrimp goby and companion rest on the sand. Sony a6300, Sony 90mm macro lens. ISO 200, f/13, 1/125.
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