I am selling my Sony a6300 Sony mirrorless camera. Not because I don't love it but because I love it and use it so much I am upgrading to the full frame. This is THEE PERFECT travel camera or camera for any mom to use all the time that takes just as good of photos as my DSLR camera but without all the bulk! I would shoot even my paid sessions with this when I travel!

Most people think this camera is a "point and shoot" because of its size. However a mirrorless camera is drastically different than a point and shoot in that it's capabilities far exceed the simplicity and quality of a point and shoot camera. 

The differences between a mirrorless and a DSLR (those big bulky cameras you see most photographers shoot with) camera are much smaller. They eliminate the bulky mirror, making them as compact as a point and shoot, while giving you the ability to fully control the settings and change lenses.

Laurence Norah is a professional travel photographer who now uses a mirrorless camera over a DSLR in many situations, particularly when he’s on the road. 

“I primarily use a pair of Canon 6D DSLR cameras,” he said, “but I also have a mirrorless Panasonic GX8. I also run a travel photography course, and usually recommend to students that they invest in mirrorless over DSLR’s.”

When looking for the mirrorless camera I wanted there were certain requirements that I wanted. 

  1. Shoots RAW
  2. Interchangeable lenses
  3. Shoots video
  4. Has a viewfinder and not just a LCD screen
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Sony α6300

e-mount camera with APS-C Senor

Sony 55-210mm /4.5-6.3

Sigma 30mm f/1.4

Sony SEL16F28 16mm f/2.8

Taken with NIKON D750 DSLR 35mm 1.4 lens

Taken with Sony 6300 (mirrorless) and 30mm f/1.4 lens

Asking $1425 for bundle. Selling everything together