I’ve been a photographer that has specialized in sports for some 30 years, which means, by default, that I have been a Canon (19 yrs) and Nikon (twice in 9 yrs) shooter for that time. When I first got the Sony A6000 in my hands and found the same “live wire” feel of the 1D and D3-4 series cameras, I knew Sony was really on to something when they could pack 11 fps into a pack of cigarettes.
Continuing the 11 fps tradition of the A6000, the A6300 brought us a better sensor that was good in low light and other refinements. The advent of the A6500 brought on a big buffer (“front end LSI”) and In Body Image Stabilization (IBIS), but Sony still lacked a full-frame A7 platform solution for shooting fast action.
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