Problems solved? Shooting with the Sony A6000


posted Friday, April 25, 2014 at 11:33 AM EDT


From the desk of Eamon Hickey:

"When I reviewed the Sony NEX-6 last year, I liked a lot of things about its performance and image quality, but I had some pointed criticisms of its usability. Those usability faults were important enough to me that when I decided to buy a mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera a few months later, I left the NEX-6 off my shopping list. I ended up buying its older brother, a Sony NEX-7, which I've used with reasonable happiness for the last six months or so.

Now comes the Sony Alpha 6000 to my doorstep, and the first question I had was: did Sony fix what I thought was broken in the NEX-6? I'll tackle that issue in this first installment of my shooter's report, and then explore the camera's performance upgrades in later installments."

So... were these issues resolved? Read Eamon's Sony A6000 Shooter's Report Part I for all the details.

E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS, 60mm eq., f/5.6, 1/500s, ISO 100

Stay tuned, as we'll post Eamon's next Sony A6000 installment as soon as it rolls in.