The test result:
Clearly the a6300 has the best video quality, followed by the 80D, 70D, and GH4. However, the a6300 has the WORST usability as a video camera, and the video quality differences are only noticeable in extremely low light.
Featuring a newly developed 24 Megapixel APS-C sensor and a completely revamped ‘4D’ AF system with 425 phase-detection AF points, the Sony a6300 sits at the top of Sony’s APS-C mirrorless lineup. And CameraLabs published their full Sony a6300 review and said Sony’s sensor technology is racing ahead of the competition and the Sony a6300 is a dream for sports and action photography.
The New Canon 80D features a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 image processor and it is capable of capturing high-resolution images at up to 7 fps and Full HD 1080p60 video. Great DSLR!
So, Sony a6300 mirrorless camera or Canon 80D DSLR camera, which one do you prefer?
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