Continuous Eye Autofocus works great on the Sony a6300. Turn on EYE AF and get those shallow depth of field portraits without the need to focus and recompose. This is a feature that is very important to muself and highlights where DSLR technology continues to fall behind. After using Continuous Eye AF on the Sony a7Rii, I have come to love and depend and use the feature for a very large percentage of my portrait work. I am able to focus on my framing and not worry about the subject moving around. The days of focus and recompose are long behind me.
I am a big fan of long exposure photography and the Sony a6300 is very capable in this area. I went out and shot a few long exposures to share with you all on screen. I have two photos from Ozone Falls, a 110 foot tall, 33.5 meter, plunge waterfall. This was a challenging situation for the Sony a6300 as the rock wall carved out from behind the waterfall was in the sun's shadow. I used the Sony FE 16-35/4 at 16mm, a 24mm full frame equivalent with the Lee Big Stopper and IR remote. Give a thumbs up below if you like tall waterfalls because this is a tall waterfall!