Sony's A6000 is a mirrorless camera that is pretty interesting, it has a lot of new features from its previous mirrorless camera lineup. The good news is the resolution and processor has been increased and it has an updated Hybrid AF system.
The size of the camera is 120 x 66.9 x 45.1mm which is close to pocket size. It weigh 285g. The camera is easy to use, even the menu and function are very user friendly.
- 24.3 megapixel
- APS-C CMOS sensor
- Bionz X image processor
- dual dial
- wheel control
- Hybrid AF system with 25 contrast-detect and 179 phase-detect points
- Built-in flash + Multi-Interface Shoe
- maximum burst speed of 11 fps continuous shooting with subject-tracking
- 3-inch tilting LCD with 921,600 dots
- OLED EVF (electronic viewfinder) with 1.44M dots resolution
- Diffraction correction, area-specific noise reduction, and detail reproduction technology
- Full HD video recording at 1080/60p and 24p; clean HDMI output
- Wi-Fi with NFC capability
- Downloadable apps
The camera has an amazing video quality specially with its SteadyShot. A built in flash with AF-beam will really help and give you good results even in low light. The auto focus speed is 0.06 which is really fast.