2014’s A6000 is finally getting an update — today, Sony unveiled its latest mirrorless camera: the A6300. Sleeker than its predecessor, the new design boasts a 24.2-megapixel sensor and is highlighted by what Sony says is the world’s fastest autofocus system. Dubbed “4D FOCUS,” the system utilizes 425 phase-detection autofocus points, thus allowing the A6300 to focus in as little as 0.05 seconds. The camera can even shoot images at up to 11 frames per second with continuous autofocus and exposure tracking. As far as video goes, the camera can shoot 4K footage at a bitrate of up to 100 Mbps, as well as 1080p video at 120 fps (for slow-mo) and S-Log gamma recording — which is perfect for professional videographers given its wide dynamic range.
The Sony A6300 launches in March for $1,000 USD or $1,150 USD with a 16-50mm lens. Full details can be found over at Sony’s blog.