Is making the move to Sony the best choice for you?
I’ve been eye-balling the Sony Mirrorless Cameras for months now but have never been able to justify the cost of making the switch, after all, I have a fully functioning full-frame Canon 6D in my arsenal with a large range of lenses to at my disposal. Plus, I never planned on making the switch because of my father, a landscape photographer who is also a Canon man. But I wanted to try a mirrorless camera. I attempted the Canon M series last year, but my lenses weren’t compatible. The autofocus wouldn’t work with any of my lenses, and the focus seemed slow. However, looking back now I realize it could have been the adapter I purchased.
But I didn’t want to give it a try. To be honest, I’ve been leaning towards Sony for over five years, ever since I attended a Sony Blogging event in Sand Diego several years ago. But couldn’t justify the transition.
That is until now. During a visit to Fry’s, I found an open-box Sony a6000 at a price I just couldn’t pass up. I went shopping for a printer but walked out with a new camera. (By the way, if you have any recommendations for photo printers, please let me know).
Sony a6000 Resources to get you up to speed with a quickness.
- Recommended Sony A6000 Settings
A great post to get your camera set and ready for your next photo session
- How-To: Make Sony’s a6300 a vlogging camera by using an iPhone as a viewfinder
One of the features the Sony a6000 is missing, is the ability to shoot videos in selfie mode, so you can see the screen while recording.
- 10 things you’ll love about this mirrorless camera
- Unleashing power your Sony a6000
Absolutely everything you need to know about the a6000
- Sony a6000: Menu Guide & Feature Tour
A video walkthrough of the menu and features of the Sony a6000
- How to Take Great Pictures with the Sony a6300 or a6000
Another great resource for the Sony a60000.