Unleashing the Power of Your Sony A6000
70-200mm lens review by SonyAlphaLab.
Sony A6000 Review: Top-notch image quality meets great performance and affordability (Imaging Resource).
German A77II review at Dkamera.
Zeiss 55mm1.8 vs Mitakon 50mm 0.95 comparison at Yannickciancanelli.com.
In depth review of the A7r at Colbybrownphotography.com.
Alex: “so many people have been asking me how i do i tethered shoot in the studio with the sony A7r. Here is a link to a little tutorial i posted: http://www.alexk.com/sony-a7r-vs-canon-5dmkiii-can-sony-replace-the-canon-in-tethered-shooting-in-the-studio/”
Louis: “Hello! I just wanted to share a video I made while scuba diving with my RX100 in the Philippines last November. It’s still the Mark One of the RX100 but it still does amazing images! (I took it with the more affordable but really great Ikelite Housing and a red filter with no artificial light). Enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HewhJDeyeo8”
Tino: “A6000 with Sony G 70-400 SSM ant Sony LA-EA2 testvideo at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DheXlKq1HM“
Hounsell: “Andrea, from the video you can see that this was done with Sony Gear A99 & A7, nice to see these cameras performing well under tough conditions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBJyo0tgLnw”
David: “Hi, I thought you could be interested in share my last timelapse in your web. It is a flowers blooming timelapse, hope you like it https://vimeo.com/98276732”
Josh: “Just wanted to share a little project we did using an A6000 and an A7. Camera’s worked great and the small size was really handy for some of the work.
Luke: “Here’s a quick travel video that I shot with it along with some photos with my A7r https://vimeo.com/100901015. I am very impressed that such a small camera can give such a good image. What I’d liked to find is to see if anyone has come up with a small 3 axis gimble for it yet?
I did kickstarter of on these Pop and Locks https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2120229387/the-pop-and-lock-a-folding-camera-support-built-fo which looks promising for a super-small travel stabilizer (can’t wait to get mine).“