Sony Alpha a6300 ILCE-6300/B Mirrorless Interchangeable-lens Camera - Body Only On Ebay
Model Alpha A6300
Product Key Features
Digital Zoom 8x
Battery Type Lithium-Ion
Features Built-in Flash, Auto Focus, Body only, Interchangeable Lenses, Wi-Fi Ready, Viewfinder, Noise Reduction, CMOS Sensor
Dimensions 2.63x4.72x1.92 in
Screen Size 3.0"
Series Sony Alpha
Type Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens
Connectivity Micro USB
Manufacturer Color Black
Weight 12.73 Oz
Additional Product Features
Lens System Body only
Clearing out some stuff I don't use, this is a mint condition Metabones Nikon N/F to Sony E mount Ultra Speedbooster with 1 stop and .71X fov
I don't have the container or box, will just be the speedbooster and both end caps with the support piece as shown
Prefer local Los Angeles area pick up for $390 so you can see the adapter in person - can ship to US via PP with additional shipping and G&S fee
By Don Kotlos
Selling my slightly used a7rii. Shutter count is ~7800! The camera has a GGS Optical Glass screen protector installed since day one. Besides a few tiny scratches on the body (see pictures) it’s in perfect condition. LCD has no scratches at all. I’m not a professional so it didn’t get a lot of use. Asking for $1700 with PayPal.
Comes with original box plus all extras that came with it. Two batteries, chargers, cables, strap, etc. This is a US version which was bought from Amazon directly.
Additionally, I am including a Neewer Black Metal Quick Release L-Plate Bracket.
eBay listing: https://www.ebay.com/itm/401498778302?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
By Eaglewood Films
“Anyone can photograph nature”, a fashion photographer once said. “You just have to wait for the right light!” I disagree. In my opinion, there's more to that than meets the eye. This is the story of Latvian outdoor lifestyle photographer Filips Baumanis.
This is me attempting story-driven filmmaking for the first time, as previously I've mostly done landscape and travel content (a seen on www.eaglewoodfilms.com). Shot on the trusty Sony A6500 and Phantom 4 Pro for aerials. Did all the shooting, editing, grading and sound design myself.
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