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Sony A6300 HIGH ISO TEST – vs A6000 vs Panasonic GX8 vs A7II

Sony A6300 High ISO Test

Sony A6300 HIGH ISO TEST – vs A6000 vs Panasonic GX8 vs A7II, Sony A6300 performed very well during the High ISO test. The A6300 performed better than its predecessor, and obliviously better than GX8 and the image quality of the camera matches with 1 year old A7II, roll your eyes below to find out.

Camera Sensor size

From the table you can see the Sony A6300 and Sony A600 features a APS-C sensor, the Panasonic gX built with a 4/3 format sensor on the other hand the Sony A7II have a fullframe sensor. From the image size you can see and guess which camera should lead in the ISO test result. But the story is bit different so let’s find out.

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Sony A6300 vs Sony A6000

As we know Sony A6300 was announced on 3rd February, 2016. Since it is the successor of the Sony A6000 which was launched in Feb, 2014 and it is the world’s fastest autofocus system1, which has the ability to capture 11 frames per second and also comes with a 24.3 MP sensor.

Both the cameras Sony a6000 and Sony A6300 have the same resolution and processor but it’s newly designed powerful 24.2 MP Exmor CMOS Sensor and BIONZ X Processor maximize the overall performance of the camera and makes it superior among its rivals.

Sony a6300 has ISO 100-25600, which can further expanded up to ISO 51200 while Sony a6000 has 100-25600, which can be not expandable.

Sony A6300 vs Sony A6000 image comparison

At ISO 6400, if we see both the shots of Sony a6300 and Sony A6000 closely and attentively, we find that the shots by Sony a6300 comes with more impressive and sharp color and details compare to Sony A6000, which clarify the advanced technology used in Sony a6300.


Sony A6300 Vs Panasonic GX8

Sony A6300 was announced on 3rd February, 2016 while Panasonic GX8 was announced on 16th July, 2015.

Sony A6300 has the APS-C-format 24.2MP Exmor CMOS sensor coupled with the BIONZ X image processor to produce magnificent and smooth image quality with reduction in noise. It maintains the better image resolution even in low-light conditions to deliver magnificent image quality, low –light sensitivity and better color combination while Panasonic GX8 features a 20.3MP Digital four-third Live MOS Sensor with Venus Engine Image Processor.

Sony a6300 has ISO 100-25600, which can further expanded up to ISO 51200 while Panasonic GX8 has limited ISO range of 25600 only.

Panasonc GX8 vs Sony A6000 image comparison

On comparing the ISO Test at ISO 6400, we see the shot taken by Sony A6300 gives impressive colors and sharp details and also the image became eye-catchy compare to Panasonic GX8. We can even see the clear details of the images in relax mood without putting much pressure on our eyes compare to the hazy shot with flat color by Panasonic GX8.

So, undoubtedly Sony A6300 gives better result and passed the test impressively compare to Panasonic GX8.


Sony A6300 Vs Sony A7 II

Sony A6300 was announced on 3rd February, 2016 while Sony A7 II was announced on 20th November, 2014.

Sony A6300 comes with the APS-C-format 24.2MP Exmor CMOS sensor coupled with the BIONZ X image processor to produce magnificent and smooth image quality with reduction in noise. It maintains the better image resolution even in low-light conditions to deliver magnificent image quality, low –light sensitivity and better color combination while Sony A7 II features 24.3MP Full-Frame Exmor CMOS Sensor coupled with BIONZ X Image Processor.

Since Sony A7 II is the world’s first full-frame camera with optical 5-axis image stabilization. But will it survive in image quality test with A6300 APS-C sensor camera.

Sony A6300 vs Sony A7 II image

Sony a6300 has ISO 100-25600, which can further expanded up to ISO 51200 while SonyA7 II has ISO range of 50-25600 which can also expanded up to 51200.

Hence, there is no difference in ISO range of both the cameras.

Surprisingly the Sony A6300 image quality looks similar to a full frame sensor based camera Sony A7 II at ISO 6400, we see no point to praise the A7II camera in terms of image quality.


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2 comments to Sony A6300 HIGH ISO TEST – vs A6000 vs Panasonic GX8 vs A7II

  • Neil

    Why the hell anyone will buy Sony A7 II camera, Sony A6300 performing very well during test condition.

  • Stan

    Picture quality is not the only consideration. The experience and ease of camera control is another. Have not used the A7ii but the a6300 is slow and cumbersome. Plus don’t forget the A7ii has in body stablization. Sony has a good record of not supporting product when new products are developed. Look at the A mount…..it is dead and in my mind the APS-C will be pushed aside.

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