The Sony A6000 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24.3 megapixels manufactured from 2014. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 11 FPS x 21 RAW, 44 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 429 €;
151 users have given it an average vote of 9.2 out of 10
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Cons:an extra die would have been perfect; eye af not available in af-c; The dial of the modes could have been interfaced better
Opinion:the first mirrorless interchangeable optics I put my hand on. focus to make many sLRs envy, many complain about ergonomics but if you buy this kind of machine it's because you want compactness, you're in the sense of taking a panasonic and your hands are comfortable. always with regard to ergonomics I found myself better with the a6000 than many other cameras because I have thin fingers. Many complain about chaotic menus but I found them more comfortable than canon ones (I've never been a big fan of user-friendly interfaccias) so I understand that for less geeky users it's not pleasant. talking about technical data the 24 megapixels are enough for crop thrust. the focus is very responsive and even the tracking is still decent, the only thing is that you can not use the eye af in af-c forcing you to use the af-s (commercialed to sell more a6300) the raw file produced by the camera (extension . ARW) should theoretically handle the signal in a similar way to that nikon, the product file is light and holds unthinkable recoveries in the past on apsc. the surrender to high in my opinion you should represent it by comparison, but in a review it is not possible so I will just say what everyone says. It works well up to 1600 iso, with the right lights you push to 3200. with a good reduction of noise and black and white I pushed myself to 10000 iso with decent results so you can say that it is the right machine to experiment, good for everyone, from the professional looking for a second light and economical body to the newbies that shoots only in modal automatic information and that you want to include in the sector
Pros:Image quality, portability, unparalleled value for money, build quality
Cons:Inability to silence the shutter, incomprehensible instruction booklet (both in Italian and English), not tropicalized.
Opinion:My hobbies are riding motorcycles and the mountains. I have been using compact superzooms (currently Lumix TZ40) for years who are loyal companions of travel and ascents. Since life is also made of normal trips, photos taken in absolute "comfort", simple walks in the mountains I felt the need to join my current superzoom, of which I have no difficulty in recognizing the countless limits optical and sensor, something more efficient and satisfying. Excluding THE FF because it is too bulky and heavy (I can also rely on my Nikon FE with ample optical kit when I want to return to film), with the complicity of Amazon for about a year I am the happy owner of an A6000 bought in kit with the 16-50 and with 55-210 to an absolutely ridiculous figure to which I then joined as first lens the Sony E35 f1.8 OSS and E50 f1.8 OSS and, for Christmas the 18-135 OSS as an all-rounder. What about... maybe in 2019 it does not make much sense to express your opinion about this machine now at the end of the race, yet I think that its purchase now is the most successful you can make since its price is constantly falling but the quality remains constant. The various improvements (apart from the tropicalization and touch screen) of some of the new models are also marginal and do not affect the original design. With this machine you go around easily with the confidence to always take home quality shots. Of course, it is better, the lenses in kit are not impressive but if you want to take photos and not count pixels to the computer, this object will give you great satisfaction. To learn all the secrets I recommend not to rely on the instruction manual but to rely on one of the third-party books written by professional photographers in which all the countless functions of the machine are accurately described and I recommend shooting and shooting again to get to know it in depth and make the most of it. It gives you great satisfaction
Pros:Compactness, lightness, image quality, value for money
Cons:Noisy high iso files
Opinion:I took it for the lightness and compactness, priceless to always go out with the car, to the limit in the pocket with the optics in kit 16-50, which will not be a champion of sharpness and quality, but that works in an acceptable and comfortable way even with movies. The price then, for a remarkable 24 mpx sensor and excellent quality, if you do not push it too much with iso, is in my opinion unsurpassed in its class. Currently I also use it as a second body paired with the Sony 7r ii, multiplies the focus of the goals for full frame and uses the same batteries, which I took in abundance. Even if the best performing models have come out, this in my opinion is still the most convenient, if you do not want to focus exclusively on the aps-c format and you want a light and versatile machine.
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.
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