In this Sony Alpha A6000 Review I will go over all the details you need to know using multiples lenses, real world and lab sample photos, video, and much more… I really went in depth with the A6000 because the new 24mp sensor and fast hybrid auto focus needed a thorough testing after all the hype. Does it really replace a DSLR? The short answer is no, but for 90% of photography, yes it could effectively replace a DSLR for most users and so could the for that matter. Please read on as I break down the camera feature by feature using real world situations and testing.
The Sony Alpha A6000 is equipped with a 24 Megapixel APS-C sized sensor, which gives it a 50% higher pixel count than its predecessor, the NEX-6. Indeed it now becomes the joint highest resolution APS-C camera from any manufacturer, sharing the same image size and pixel pitch as Nikon's latest DX-format DSLRs and the earlier top-of-the-range NEX-7.
The Sony Alpha A6000 mirrorless digital camera image processor also lends itself to continuous shooting of up to 11 fps, and an intelligent Fast Hybrid AF system that uses both phase- and contrast-detection methods to quickly and accurately acquire focus.