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79-point focal plane phase-detection AF sensor. The compact, lightweight camera delivers superb image quality - via newly developed 24.3-effective-megapixel (approx.) Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor and BIONZ X image processing engine - as well as highly intuitive operation thanks to an OLED Tru-Finder and two operation dials.
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665 of 685 people found the following review helpful.
Excellent beginner camera for landscape and portrait artists! HIGHLY recommmend.
By Zack Nicol
I have nothing but good things to say about this camera. I have owned my Sony A6000 for just over a year now and it has been nothing short of perfect. I am a beginner photographer and it has taken high-quality, professional photos. The basic lens is limited in terms of the scope of photography but it has taken excellent basic landscape and people photography. I purchased an additional lens to take night photography and this camera has been amazing. I've attached some of my pictures below. If you're a beginner photographer looking to get into either landscape or portrait photography, this is the camera for you! It's smaller and lighter than most DSLRs and it's very intuitive to learn the settings and controls.
1544 of 1629 people found the following review helpful.
Sony a6000 battery drain mystery solved!!!
By Russell E. Schwausch
I love this camera. I got it on January 09, 2015. I immediately noticed how fast it drained the battery. It was even draining the battery overnight with the camera turned off, so I ordered 2 additional batteries and a charger. And I got in the habit of taking out the battery when I wasn't using the camera. I'm an engineer so I immediately started looking online for a remedy in various forums and conducting experiments to find out what was draining the battery so fast. After a lot of digging with no solution, I was going through all the menus one day and stumbled across Airplane Mode???
Sony a6000 battery drain mystery solved!!! Turn Airplane Mode On! The a6000 supports Wi-Fi transfer of photos and videos to SmartPhones, Computers and other Wi-Fi devices. The default setting is Airplane Mode Off which drains the battery even with the camera off because it is always looking for nearby Wi-Fi devices. The solution is to turn Wi-Fi Off by turning Airplane Mode On. Only turn Airplane Mode Off when you want to send photos/videos to another Wi-Fi device. Then turn Airplane Mode On again as soon as you have finished sending. Problem solved.
130 of 133 people found the following review helpful.
More than good enough for a pro.
I am a pro and yes this is good enough for any professional work you can throw at it. To qualify myself, I have a successful photography business and I have been in the industry since I was 16 years old. I am now 32. I have shot every level of camera there is and 4 bad Nikons in a row pointed me towards the mirrorless revolution. I have owned many mirrorless cameras from Olympus, Fuji, and Sony. Let me say my Sony mirrorless cameras are my dream system. I finally have lost my gear acquisition syndrome. I currently shoot weddings, family portraits, and commercial work with the A7 and the A6000. I owned but sold the A7ii. To get it out of the way, I get asked all the time but don't you miss the speed of your Nikons? The answer is no! If you can't shoot a bride walking down the isle with these very quick cameras, a Nikon isn't going to save you from your lack of skill. You should not be experimenting with someone's most important memories of you can't work with these cameras. I have thrown every difficult lighting situation at these cameras and they have never let me down. Now to the A6000. There is currently no better camera for the money right now. For under $500 you can get one of the best performing cameras focus wise. The images are impeccably sharp and unlike Nikon, there are never any back focus issues and I have no trouble nailing the shot on the first time every time. The grain structure is wonderful and I never have any issues shooting at ISO 6400. That being said, I come from the film days and have no trouble with a little grain. I am not a noise snob and to those who are you are losing out on some wonderful personality in your images by not pushing the ISO boundaries. To those who are full frame snobs, I can get amazing bokeh out of the A6000 especially when paired with my Zeiss 55. I no longer have to kill my back with heavy gear and electronic EVFs are a revelation. No more chimping because I get to adjust my shot in real time. Take it from someone who has spent way too much on gear in the past in search for the dream system. You do not have to go broke to get unreal results. This camera will never let you down especially if you know what you are doing. If you don't know what you are doing, this camera is very forgiving. Happy shooting and hope this review helps.