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Sony A6000

Originally reviewed by Jon Devo 20 May 2014

Key features:

  • 24.3-megapixel APS-C sensor
  • 3-inch, 920k dot tilting LCD
  • 1.44m-dot OLED viewfinder

Who's it for? Beginners and enthusiasts who don't mind spending a little more. It's more advanced than the A5000 and performs well in low light.

The Sony A6000 is the successor to the very successful NEX-6. It's a CSC with a high-resolution APS-C sensor and it's great all-rounder. It's compact and easy to carry around, handles well, has great features and a sharp OLED electronic viewfinder.

The improvements, particularly in low light performance and speed, are significant enough to justify an existing NEX user upgrading, and the a6000 should, as Sony hopes, challenge the entry-level DSLR market while appealing to more advanced enthusiasts.

Price: £650

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