We have published a deep review and comparison between two popular lenses for compact Sony mirrorless (APS-C format, E-mount) like A5100, A6000, A6300, NEX: Sony E 50 mm f1.8 OSS versus Sigma 60 mm f2.8 DN (Art series).
Two great primes compared: the review is at this link.
Sony has updated the firmware for Sony A6300 to version 1.10. Officially the changes are:
Improves overall stability and operability of the camera
Improves stability in picture shooting mode by optimizing temperature control (effects vary according to temperature).
so there is no direct mention to the overheating issue that affects this wonderful camera when shooting video (and, more rarely, when shooting stills), though there is a vague point to overall operability and surely some improvement has been done on overheating when shooting stills.
Adobe has updated Lightroom to version 6.6. For the Creative Cloud users (monthly subscriber) there are 3 new features:
Guided Upright tool: draw 2 or 4 lines on the image to indicate vertical/horizontal or vertical+horizontal (4 lines) lines in the image and LR will straighten it to minimize the keystone effect (perspective). It is available in the Transform Panel but first activates after having activated Lens correction. A video shows how it works (see below in the article).
Pending Sync Activity section: in Preferences - Lightroom mobile tab, it show sync activity to detect any sync errors.
Deleting synced data is now done from the web interface to avoid that you can accidentally remove them.