Sony A6000


The A6000 is the upgrade to both the NEX-6 and NEX-7 cameras, basically combining attributes of both cameras into a single model.

  • Sensor: 24mp Sony APS CMOS sensor, 23.5 x 15.6 (1.5x crop)
  • Mount: Sony NEX (E-Mount)
  • Images: 6000 x 4000 JPEG or ARW raw; maximum 11 fps 
  • Video:  1080i/60, 1080P/60/30/25/24 (horz. compromise at 30P/25P), 480P/30/25, XAVC S (50Mbps) or AVCHD with stereo audio, uncompressed video available on the HDMI port
  • Shutter: mechanical 30 sec to 1/4000 sec, bulb
  • Exposure: multi, center-weighted, spot metering, -5 to +5EV exposure compensation, 10 white balance settings (plus Auto and Custom), ISO 100-25600 (plus Auto, 51,200 with multi-frame NR)
  • Focus: 179-phase detect focus points on sensor (92% of frame), 25-point contrast detect, single point, multi-area, face detect, tracking, manual focus override, peaking
  • Display: 3" 921k dot 180° tilting touchscreen LCD, 1.44m dot EVF (.7x magnification)
  • Flash: built-in (GN 6m at ISO 100), 1/160 flash sync, red-eye reduction, slow sync, rear sync
  • Remote: via WiFi
  • Other Notable Features: WiFi with NFC, downloadable application support
  • Cards: SD, SDHC, SDXC, Memory Stick Pro Duo, Pro-HG Duo
  • Battery: NP-FW50 (420 shot CIPA rating)
  • Size: 4.7 x 2.6 x 1.8" (120 x 67 x 45mm) wide, tall, deep
  • Weight: 12.1 ounces (344g) with battery and card
  • Colors: Black
  • Price: US$650 body only, US$800 with 16-50mm kit lens
  • Current Firmware: 3.21 (March 2019)
  • Announced: February 12, 2014, available April 2014

Thom’s Review of the Sony A6000

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