Sony A6000 Shooter’s Report Part III: Completing the picture - Video, WiFi, and final thoughts from the field


posted Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 6:48 PM EST


Our intrepid reviewer Eamon Hickey has put the finishing touches on his Sony A6000 Shooter's Report with his final Part III installment. In this segment, he discusses other performance aspects of the camera (besides autofocus, which he thoroughly tackled in Part II) and physical characteristics of the camera such as the EVF and handling with larger lenses. He also explores the video shooting and Wi-Fi capabilities of this compact mirrorless camera.

Directly from Eamon himself:

"All in all, I think Sony has a real hit with the Alpha 6000. It offers a good, advanced user interface (with previous flaws now fixed), excellent versatility, very good overall performance, highly competitive autofocus for both stationary and moving subjects, excellent video capabilities and great images. What's more, it's all wrapped up in a very compact package at a terrific price, and that's a pretty compelling recipe."

Check out Eamon's Sony A6000 Shooter's Report Part III to read his final in-depth look at Sony's latest and greatest APS-C compact system camera. And stay tuned, as we will be wrapping up our complete Sony A6000 review with our final conclusion very soon!

A6000 + Sony FE 70-200mm f/4 : 137mm, f/4, 1/1600s, ISO 400

[quick links: Sony A6000 • Shooter's Reports: Part IPart IIPart III • Gallery]