A6000 or A6300 for hobby photographer?
I am considering buying the Sony A6000 as my first mirrorless camera (I possess only a bridge and a compact camera but have used a DSLR before).
Can anyone commend on whether I should buy the A6300 instead (which I find very pricy for me as a hobby photographer)?
What I find interesting in A6300 is the weather proofed casing. I got dust in both my compact cameras pretty quickly even though I handled them with care. How prone is the A6000 to get dust inside (dark spots on the photos)? I will be using my camera on travels.
The 4k video is also nice. But are there any other relevant differences between the two cameras that would matter in real life and would justify the double price? I love shooting animals (so speed is relevant) and would also love to do some macro photography. I almost never print my photos.
What about battery life, is there any difference there?
Are there any drawbacks in buying an old model like there are when you buy an older computer (problems with support, software updates, etc?).
Thanks a lot.
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