In our tests, the new Sony Alpha a6300 pocket-sized mirrorless camera has proven to deliver some serious 4K video at a very low price. In many situations, we want to equip these bare bones cameras with different accessories, and that’s where a camera cage comes in handy.
Check out our Sony a6300 Reviews:
Sony a6300 vs. Sony a7S II Image Quality – How Good is it Really?
Sony a6300 Low Light Test – a Mini a7S II for Much Less?
Sony a6300 Review – Real-World Video & First Impressions
Download & Grade Our Sony a6300 Footage – 4 Free LUTs by James Miller
We had the chance to review a lot of camera cages last year. We’ve touched on Sony a7, a7S, a7S II and a7R II by almost all the manufacturers in our Sony a7S Cage Review and later our Sony a7S II Cage Review.
The SmallRig A6300 Cage is really the most affordable one of them all. SmallRig also makes camera cages for the Sony a7S and a7S II cameras and many others. Lots of users are very pleased with them. They are basic but offer lots of mounting points and accessories that you can buy to upgrade the cage later.
The Sony a6300 is a popular camera and we’re sure there will be more accessories by more manufacturers. We will try to get our hands on all of these camera cages and do a proper review when possible. For now, use the comments section to share your experiences if you try one of the a6300 cages listed—especially if you find one we’ve missed!