Video shooters should like the footage shot with the a6300. The camera uses the most pixels of any Sony camera—about 20MP—to capture 4K footage and the results look wonderful on a huge 4K televisions. Furthermore, the continuous AF in video mode is a big step up from the a6000, though professional video shooters still likely won't want to rely on it, since a minor amount of shifting occurs. For amateurs it will likely be more than acceptable when used properly. Regular high-definition video can reach frame rates up to 120 fps, letting you get either 4X or 5X slow motion, depending on whether you choose to output the footage at 30 fps or 24 fps. Again, the quality of the footage was very impressive.