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A bit weightier

Though the body has a little less volume, it's still a few ounces/about 70 grams heavier than the A6000. That shouldn't make a difference, though.

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Display

The LCD hasn't changed from the A6000.

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Mic jack

Sony added a microphone jack to the camera; the A6000 used the hot shoe for add-on mics.

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Same bad spot

The record button hasn't moved from its awkward location.

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Back

The biggest change here is the autoexposure/autofocus and manual/autofocus switch, which the A6300 inherits from other A series cameras.

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Mode dial

The mode dial is more streamlined, with fewer automatic mode variations and two direct-access custom settings.

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