Also they have carried over what I have found the most frustrating design flaw of the Nex 7 - the two micro control wheels which don't even appear to overhang the rear of the camera in anyway useful.
I finally got the A6000 EVF and AF info:
- 1,400K dot EVF
- 179 phase detection points (on sensor)
peterottaway wrote:Personally I can't see this camera as a real Nex 6 / 7 replacement regardless of how good the sensor, EVF and hybrid focus is. It gives the impression of being an improved Nex 5 instead. There was rumours that the A6000 was basically an A7 minus the hump, to me that would have been a better solution.
agorabasta wrote:To me, the real question is if this A6000 really provides any image quality improvement over the Nex7. If it does, I'm in.
agorabasta wrote:And then if the flash sys performance were brought back to normal, and if the built-in flash is really capable of remote flash control...
agorabasta wrote:So we shall see...
mikeriach wrote:Well I'm just a simple A mount user and I have to admit that I am completely bamboozled by the NEX/E mount stuff. Umpteen adapters which do different things or with only limited functioning features. Just seems to be a disorganised, badly thought out strategy, if in fact there ever was one. I don't know how shop staff can keep up and maybe that is a reflection on the poor selection of Sony gear in shops (certainly in my area anyway).
All my lenses work on all my bodies with no issues, adapters or grief. I can't ever see me considering E mount even if the NEX bodies would be great travel cameras. If it wasn't for the excellent lenses I have, I'd be off to Canikon.
pakodominguez wrote:When I spoke with the Sony ppl last month, they were specially proud of the Bionz X and told me that the processor is what will make the difference (comparing to the Nikon D800, that shares "same" sensor than the A7R) and just that will justify upgrading from the NEX7.
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