Where the NEX-6 had 99 stage phase-detect focus covers roughly half of the sensor, the a6000 has 179, with 92% scope – by a wide margin the most far reaching of any contemporary camera. This, joined with the new BIONZ X processor, permits the camera to shoot constantly at 11 fps with real-time subject tracking.
The main significant misfortunes are that the a6000 uses Sony’s lower determination, SVGA viewfinder, as opposed to its top-end XGA board. It additionally loses the NEX-6’s level gage – which appears like an odd thing to evacuate.
Other accessories that come with this lens are the wide-edge connectors, that will permit the lens to work as a 20mm fisheye lens (VCL-ECF1 connector) or an 18mm ultra wide point lens (VCL-ECU1 connector).
Sony Alpha A6000 Series Features:
1) Design and Portability
Sony has kept with a large portion of the same frame ideas that professional customers appreciate, for example, the implicit EVF, Multi-Interface Shoe, pop-up blaze, and a devoted PASM mode dial.
In the hand, the Sony Alpha A6000 feels slightly larger than the previous NEX-6, however, it’s really somewhat lighter at 285 grams. The A6000’s robustness is exceptionally reminiscent of the Sony A7 and A7R with its more ergonomic, angular and sharp-edged frame. The NEX-6 was included a metal and polycarbonate plastic outline, and the A6000 sticks to this same pattern, however the new model feels more metallic, as it is finished with a smooth, dark paint work that does not have any kind of surface or dotted completion like the NEX-6.
2) OLED Display
The Sony A6000 features an inherent EVF, LCD screen. But, the specs for the EVF in the A6000 are not the same as its ancestor with a smaller and low-resolution of OLED display. Conveying the Tru-Finder marking, the 0.39-inch 1,440K-dot OLED EVF looks slightly smaller than the 0.5-inch 2,359K-dot OLED EVF of the NEX-6.
However, the new OLED display is a remnant from the NEX-6, with a 3-inch tilting TFT LCD show with 921,600-spot determination and comparable points of articulation (up 90-degrees, down 45-degrees), making it simpler to take shots from difficult edges and points. The A6000 provides topping for basic focus and in addition, zebra overlays for over-exposed areas.
3) Basic Control Buttons
The overall layout of the new Sony A6000 inherent the shape of NEX-6. The A6000 adds an extra custom capacity C2-button in the lower right corner.
The top dial controls display is nearly identical to NEX-6 and NEX-7 outlines. The full PASM dial is continued from the NEX-6, with the consideration of Memory Recall and Movie Mode choices. This dial feels pleasant and firm, keeping in mind it’s not a locking mode dial.
4) Video Recording
As far as the video recording is concerned, the new Sony A6000 is fully capable of Full HD video recording that supports the resolution up to 1,920 x 1,080 video with 60p in MP4 format, and features full PASM exposure modes.
5) Battery Options
The Sony has kept the same battery design for this new model like in NEX-Series cameras. The NP-FW50 Info-Lithium rechargeable battery can give around 360 shots for each charge when utilizing the LCD screen which is the same as the NEX-6.
6) Storage Options
Similarly, as with past Sony camera models, the A6000 features a double configuration card opening that acknowledges both Secure Digital cards (SD, SDHC and SDXC) and Memory-Stick cards (PRO Duo, Pro-HG Duo and PRO-HG HX Duo).
7) Other Connectivity Options
The new Sony A6000 also features other connectivity options as Wi-Fi and NFC network for brilliant gadget blending and control. For wired connectivity, the A6000 incorporates an HDMI port (Micro HDMI, Type-D). Other connectivity options included a multi-use Micro USB port for document exchange or for use with remotes, similar to the optional Sony RM-VPR1 controller.
8) Compatible Lenses
In this section, we have selected ten-different lenses that are well-matched with Sony Alpha A6000 Series. All these lenses are fully tested with the Sony Alpha A6000 Series and suits both amateur and professional photographers.
- 24.3 MP Exmor HD APS-C CMOS sensor with BIONZ X Engine
- 2.95-Inch-wide type TFT with 921,600 dots
- Extremely high 25600 ISO lets you amazing and natural shots in low-light
- Blazing-fast hybrid Autofocus
- The overall design of the camera is much more compact than a DSLR
- In-camera Wi-Fi networking and NFC One touch enables sharing of videos and Images in real time
- Fully compatible with Sony E-mount lenses
- Full manual control
- Built-in Flash
- 25 contrast detection autofocus and 179-point phase-detection
- View on TV and View on smartphone capability
- OLED electronic viewfinder
- Continuous shooting of up to 11 frames per second
- Compatible with Memory Stick Pro Duo/ Pro-HG Duo memory and SD/SDHC/SDXC
- Downloadable additional camera Apps
- Sony E-Mount 16mm f/2.8
- Sony Sonnar T* FE 55mm f/1.8 ZA
- Zeiss Batis 85mm f/1.8 Sony E Full Frame
- Sony 24mm f/1.8 E-Mount Carl Zeiss Sonnar
- Sony 20mm f/2.8
- Sony E 50mm f/1.8 OSS
- Sigma 19mm f/2.8 DN Sony E
- Zeiss Batis 25mm f/2 Sony E Full Frame
- Sony 35mm f/1.8 OSS
- Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro G OSS
- Sony 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS Retractable
- Crop factor
- 24 MP
- Light sensitivity
- 25,600 ISO
- Light sensitivity (boost)
- 51,200 ISO
- 921k dots
- Touch screen
- Flips out
- Live view
- Lens availability
- 62 lenses
- Lens mount
- Sony E
- 120×67×45 mm
- 285 g
- Interchangeable lenses
- Weather sealed
- Built-in focus motor
- Viewfinder size
- 1080p @ 60fps
- Supports 24p
- High-speed framerate
- External mic jack
- Contrast detection
- Continuous focus
- Image stabilization
- Supports RAW
- Startup delay
- Shutter lag
- Battery life
- 420 shots
- Continuous shooting
- 11 fps
- Hybrid detection
- Focus points
- Cross type focus points
- Built-in flash
- External connection
- Storage slots
- Supported formats
- Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo,SD,SDHC,SDXC
DXO Mark Scores
- Image quality
- Color depth
- 24.1 bits
- Dynamic range
- 13.1 EV
- Low light performance
- 1,347 ISO