Summary: When I first found out that Sony came up with yet another mirrorless camera segment with the introduction of the NEX-6, I asked myself if it was really necessary to have so many different cameras to offer. Without a doubt, the mirrorless camera market is growing very fast.
Summary: The Sony NEX-6 is a good mirrorless camera, easy to carry and features a functional design and in line with the expectations of users made up of fans of photography, who will appreciate such features as the control dial and hot shoe.
Pros: Pictures of excellent quality, Bright screen and defined, Excellent optical viewfinder, Full control of the settings, Save in RAW, Autonomy, Downloadable App.
Cons: Well organized menu complex because of the many features, High price.
Summary: Sony are going strong with their series of mirrorless cameras, and have looked to combined features from the NEX-5R and NEX-7 to bring us the best of both worlds in the form of the Sony NEX-6 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera.
Pros: Takes great shots with the right settings and lens, Has Wi-Fi features
Cons: Artifacts in images after 3200 ISO, Weak built-in flash
Excerpt: Stepping up to the high-end for entry-level/enthusiast cameras adds significantly to the price, but the extra money is worth it for people chasing great image quality and versatility. The NEX-6 offers excellent performance and speed bolstered by a 16.1MP APS-C sensor (same size as DSLRs).
Summary: The NEX-6 is one power-packed mirrorless camera. It's got Wi-Fi, an OLED EVF with a crazy resolution, a tilt-swivel screen and great ergonomics. At the moment, the NEX-6 is one impressive camera for under Rs.
Summary: It’s been more than three years since Sony entered the mirrorless camera race with its NEX-3 and NEX-5. Since then, Sony has expanded its NEX-series with the NEX-7 occupying the top position, with the 16 megapixel NEX-6 next in line.
Pros: new mode dial, built-in viewfinder and flash, WiFi, full feature set, good performance, above average image quality, full manual exposure control in video
Cons: confusing menu system, even with mode dial, still too dependent on menus, poorly positioned "red" movie button
Summary: The NEX-6 offers a highly attractive combination of excellent image quality, enthusiast-friendly ergonomics (including a mode dial--a first for the NEX-series), a 'real' hot shoe, an OLED electronic viewfinder, and useful features like Sweep Panorama and Auto HDR.
Pros: Very good image quality and high ISO performance, High resolution OLED electronic viewfinder, Articulating 920k dot LCD display, Built-in Wi-Fi allows for photo sharing to smartphones, computers, Facebook, and more; camera can be remotely controlled via smartphone app, PlayMemories App Store lets...
Cons: Best image quality obtained from RAW images (due to fairly strong noise reduction), Many controls still accessed through clunky menu-driven interface, Movie recording button has gone from too-accessible (NEX-7) to inaccessible, Some apps (such as Multi-Frame NR and Time-Lapse) are free on previou...
Summary: Sony's popular Next Generation, or NEX, series already includes the flagship NEX-7 and the WiFi-capable NEX-5 . Instead of replacing either model, Sony engineers decided to split the difference and create a new camera, the NEX-6 , which features the best technology from both cameras.
Pros: Superior Auto provides outstanding image quality, Dedicated Video Capture Button is always ready to record, Hybrid AF is lightning fast and accurate, Excellent overall image quality, BIONZ processor allows for great burst rates and special shooting modes, High quality LCD is easy to see in all li...
Cons: Multi Interface shoe does not accept an external microphone, Higher ISO settings are very noisy, LCD screen tilts but does not rotate, Cannot use the ONE lens ring to focus and zoom at the same time
Summary: The ILC market continues to evolve rapidly, and the NEX-6 fills a spot that Sony hadn’t yet addressed. Considering how many photographers we’ve encountered who have described the NEX-7 as being just a little too expensive for them, we’d expect that a fair number of avid shooters will be won over by...