Summary: This camera is awesome. I am new to a fancy camera so I purchased a book that explains all of the features. The great thing about this camera is it is completely intuitive. It is simple enough to use straight out of the box but when you learn about the features you can turn off the auto settings and start to manipulate your photographs and settings manually. It has everything you could possibly want.
Summary: I took my NEX-5 to the annual Sun-N-Fun air-show in Lakeland, FL this year and was disappointed that sun-glare pretty much obliterated the display while trying to track aircraft in the air. I thought about upgrading to an accessary eye-level viewer but during my online research I stumbled across the NEX-6. It was love at first sight. The more I read about it's capabilities, the more I knew this was my new camera. I said the heck with the money, I'm going for it.
This is a very nice DSLR for someone who wants portability
18 May 2014
Summary: I saw this camera at BestBuy and didn't like it at first because it looked like a point and shoot compact camera. well I bought Canon cameras for my whole life. But after playing around with the display model at BestBuy, I started loving it. It has a great sensor for such small body, very portable and has nice features.
Nearly perfect - a pocketable camera for high image quality
3 May 2014
Summary: Even though I have a Canon 5D Mark II, a wonderful DSLR, its size and weight are a big deterrent to taking it with me routinely. So I wanted a camera designed in the spirit of the Rollei 35 - to fit in a coat pocket, have a sensor big enough to make 11 x 14 enlargements, have a zoom lens with a 24mm field of view, and a have a built-in viewfinder, not an add-on, and not just an LCD.
If you are a video shooter buy it when it goes on sale...
SailFish Films "TheOnlyTruth", Amazon
1 May 2014
Summary: This is a great lightweight alternative to a full size DSLR. I use it far more than I thought I would and I have a Canon 5DMkII and MkIII. It's just so light and easy to use. I have adapters for my Canon lenses and since I shoot mainly video I don't care about auto anything. If you are reading this you may want to consider the Sony A7S. I am switching to Sony as soon as that model is available.