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The Sony Alpha NEX-6 delivers an as-yet-unbeatable package of image quality, performance, and design, even for its rather ...
expensive price tag.
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I really like the Sony Alpha -- -- six. Possibly the best designed and -- model thus far this interchangeable lens camera delivers excellent photo quality. Very good performance and a great feature set as well. It's also cheaper than the any access. All that makes it much better deal and as such it replaces the NEX seven as editors' choice for people who are looking for something more compact than -- DS LR. But with the same level of control. Quality and performance. Unlike other any X models the six has a real mode dial on top. Plus enough direct access controls to streamline shooting for those of us who might operate that way. The electronic viewfinder is bright and refreshes quickly enough for -- -- Because the cameras bigger than models without -- mode gallery via there's even more room on the back for comfortable grip. Many systems still gets a little annoying. And now the card sub menu has been rolled in to set up which makes it quite tedious to find important options like card format and Wi-Fi set up. Like the five are the Wi-Fi features are pretty basic -- most competitors offer similar. You can upload to FaceBook or Sony's -- -- service we're transfer directly to your phone. There's also a remote shutter app lets you use your phone or tablet is larger screen but all you can really do was snapped photos. Also new is the ability to download and install proprietary apps -- the whole operation seems to offer more benefit Sony into the camera owners. For instance the free picture effects plus app duplicates the fact in the camera. But adds watercolor illustration. Both of which are already built into the -- -- The photo quality really is quite good with clean -- as -- -- ISO 800. And for the most part usable images as high -- of 6400 depending on the scene. Sony's image processing is so well done that I really couldn't get noise reduction better and any ISO level by processing the raw. But still helps recovering highlight the shattered -- Colors look relatively accurate but Sony doesn't offer neutral color option and it renders a nice tonal range. The video has some artifacts notably L using an mare the low light tonal quality looks better than average and -- -- color noise and -- The new sixteen to fifty millimeter power zoom lens complements well. Though there's no way to control the -- from the camera body it's got a nice easy to -- and find zoom switch. And unlike Panasonic's powers in -- you don't give up a manual focus. Linda is good but -- sixteen millimeters there's quite a bit of -- distortion vignette. The -- quite fast as well pretty much quick enough for any -- except -- fast moving exports. While the -- an app implementation is pretty annoying the rest of the camera feels pitch perfect. I'm Lori Grunin and this is Sony Alpha techniques.
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