- Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera Kit And Bonus Accessories For $448 Shipped From Focus
- Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera Kit And Bonus Accessories For $448 Shipped From B&H
Also available with the kit lens and a telephoto lens for $598:
- Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera Kit With Telephoto Lens And Bonus Accessories For $598 Shipped From Focus
- Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera Kit With Telephoto Lens And Bonus Accessories For $598 Shipped From B&H
Focus accessories include:
- SanDisk 64GB Ultra UHS-I Class 10 SDXC Memory Card
- Tiffen 40.5mm UV Protector
- Tiffen 49mm Circular Polarizer Polarizing Lens Filter
- Wasabi Power Battery and Charger for Sony NP-FW50 2 Batteries One Charger
- Top Brand 10″ Spider tripod
- Focus DSLR Gadget Bag
- Focus 5-Piece Cleaning Kit
- Focus Lens Cleaning Pen
- Focus USB 2.0 Card Reader
- Focus Wrist Grip Strap
- Focus Silicone Lens Band
- Focus 6-Foot Micro HDMI Cable
B&H accessories include:
- Ruggard Onyx 25 Camera/Camcorder Shoulder Bag
- Pawa NP-FW50 Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
- Watson Compact AC/DC Charger for NP-FW50 Battery
Why get a real camera if you have a smartphone?
A baby deer was born in my front yard and this picture was taken of it with a Galaxy phone:
I’ve been using the A6000 for several years and love it, it takes fantastic pictures very quickly. The quality of pictures in low-light situations and with zoom are far better than from even the most advanced smartphones. And I can easily transfer the pictures to my phone over WiFi or even use my phone as a remote with the phone displaying the camera screen. The electronic viewfinder also does wonders when it’s sunny out.
Mirrorless digital cameras offer SLR type performance and sensor size in a compact and intuitive package. In fact it even does things better than an SLR, such as video. It’s bigger than the point and shoot you might be used to, but the pictures it takes are just incredible. In a pinch it can still fit into your pocket even with the 16-50 lens on, something that can’t be done with an SLR.
What kind of camera do you use?