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Opinion:Having several e-mount lenses and the younger sister alpha 5100,I purchased in the body version the a6000 (also because personally disappointed by the 16/50 3.5-5.6 zoom they give supplied). Very nice as lightness and wearing I compared with the sister 5100 some shots with the same goals obtaining for the 6000a better quality even if the 5100 also reproduces excellent results. As a sixth mirrorless is practically at the top of my favorites along with the Panasonic Gx80 (micro 4 thirds). It suffers a bit on high iso but I prefer to set a maximum of 800isin in the evening and 100iso by day in posixion P. The autofocus is great and fast. With fixed goals (7artisans, sony, samyang) with excellent results and for its lightness is for me an alternative to my D5300 making the comparison of aps-c. Purchased from Amazon for 396 euros (body) is a fundamental brick for those who want to make great photos using specific lenses.
Pros:Compactness of the body, white balance, MAF, dynamic range, operating speed, tiltable display.
Cons:Noise at medium/high ISO, few Sony lenses really good at human prices, not stabilized, JPEG native, display quality, battery life
Opinion:I have it recently but I use it really intensely to replace, cause weight and clutter, the Canon kit I'm using I do not say much less but only when I know I need absolute of its optics L. This Sony is a very interesting camera with which if you mount quality optics The results are always very satisfactory. It is not stabilised on the sensor and unfortunately the Sony offer for stabilised quality optics is not very wide unless you are willing to spend really much. Its lens Kit 16-50mm is just decent but if you close the aperture it can give satisfactions and the focal range is enough for most situations. I personally use the machine with a Sammy 12mm F2 and a Zeiss Touit 32mm F 1.8 and I'm really satisfied so much that I think short of taking a good 50/55 mm as a tele medium. Excellent the MAF; In manual focus assistance is very good, in automatic it is fast and the recognition of the eye of the subject is perfect. Extraordinary the automatic balancing of white, practically never misses. I was amazed at the dynamic range, certainly higher than that of my Canon 6D. Defects? Those shown in the cons but nothing dramatic if you do not shoot at exaggerated ISO, the display is virtually unusable in full sunlight and batteries... Better to always have one, or as I do, two escorts. Considering that the moment I write you buy new on Italian sites very reliable to less than 380 Euro optics kit including the Straconsiglio, but I would recommend even if it cost, as I paid, a hundred euros more. Ideal to be joined to a FF kit, not necessarily Sony too.
Pros:Superb image quality for the price, compactness, discrete ISO hold (if
Opinion:Now I use it for a year and a half and never disappointed me (or when I thought, it was because I was inexperienced and I could not use it well). For the price, it's must-buy for someone like me who just takes pictures and not videos. Coupled with good lenses, the only real limit becomes only when you are forced to pick up the ISO because, past the 800, the image degrades with speed (and it is not a problem if you have a tripod or steady hand but if you have moving targets, then it becomes a problem) But at this price and for an APSC sensor, you can't ask for more.
Pros:Image and video quality, good ISO hold, excellent face tracking in AF-C
Cons:Handle, little shutter key ' decided ', too small, uncomfortable grip, screen just enough upper ring a bit hard (this point is very personal).
Opinion:I come from the Sony A58, of which I am essentially regretdoing ergonomics. The a6000 is too small and square for those who have big hands, the grip is not very strong. And it's a pity because the photographic side has nothing to fear: excellent quality of RAW, with good goals produces an incredible detail. Excellent dynamic range. The tilting screen I prefer it to the articulated one: in this way it is always in axis with the user, however the resolution is just enough and the aspect ratio is 16/9, then the lateral black bands always present. The upper ring I find it personally a bit ' hard, I prefer to use the front wheel. The shutter button does not transmit safety and solidity. I do a few videos but for what little I saw: AF in very fast video and excellent video quality. The 16-50 kit is honest, very 16 vignette but it is small and you still manage to get great photos with it. However I find it a great machine, despite the many faults compensates with the auto focus and the great image quality.
Cons:JPEG quality in the room, lens kit, noise already at low ISO.
Opinion:After a fortnight in the world APS-C SLR mainly canon, I decided to buy a Sony A6000, only body, mainly to use it with my large park of vintage lenses, some of which do not go to infinity focus on the Canon bodies. For this application I must say that I was absolutely satisfied, recovering Pentacon, the Pentax and Sekor-Mamiya to which I am very attached. I have however immediately noticed that for the use hit and run of quality, is a camera not suitable... The JPEG products in the car are to my taste indecent with all the settings tested. In sporting events where I often distribute thousands of photos "on the fly" to many friends, I hold the Canon that with the due precautions produces excellent jpg. However nothing dramatic, shooting in RAW and away, on the other hand also with Canon, in more studied events, click in this format. Other disappointment I was given by the noise, already present at low ISO... For goodness sake, under manageable development, but I expected it less invasive... here too... compared with a Canon APS-C DSLR older than several years, the DSLR wins big time. With the menu I familiarized immediately... a little chaotic, it is true, but you get used to it and in the end is not bad at all. Even the ability to install apps and connectivity are not a little pluses. Taking us taste, however, even given the convenience, I took a fixed 35 1.8 Sony and the kit lens 16-50 to be used in the light outputs. I have to say that defining the 16-50 a bottle bottom means offending the bottles heavily... Really obscene... at low focal features a vignetting that would suggest a project for another type of sensor... even distortions are unacceptable. All easily correctable... on rawtherapee They settle with a click, but it seems absurd to put on the market such obscenity, at a price from new also quite high. The 35 has a good yield, but the detail rendered sometimes leaves me perplesso...in certain light conditions also details at diaphragm a little closed, type F4, you lose... let's say it comes out with broken bones from any comparison with different vintage lenses , with the same conditions, despite the lack, in the latter, of automatisms, antireflective treatment, and stabilization. By pulling the sums, I'm definitely satisfied for the main application for which I bought it, the camera body is really well done, solid, and think that in that little space is locked so much technology and many functions really makes a certain impression. Avoid the kit lens, absolutely, at that point better a compact tip and shoot... produces better photos.... also evaluate the optics before buying them... The 35 I took it at a great price, but blindly, at full price would have been suicide. I tried to use the lenses Canon and Tamron APS-C and FF with various adapters, but I have not satisfied, AF slow and undecided, sometimes even inaccurate... so I think I will continue to use it mainly for the purpose for which I searched and bought, and for Which is really a pleasure to use.
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