The best A6000 review, in our opinion, is to be able to browse through as many pictures taken with this wonderful camera as possible so that you can make up your mind for yourself! Bellow you'll find approximately 9 pictures taken with A6000 to help you decide if this is the right camera for you! You'll be able to find all sorts of photos varying from fast shutter speeds to low and slow exposure times; small and large apertures; high ISO and low ISO pictures; as well as images with a long or short focal length -- all specific to the A6000.

A6000
Exposure Time: 1/3200 Aperture: 1.8 Focal Length: 50.0 ISO: 400
Illiya Vjestica

This is a very special road heading towards the Yorkshire Dales National Park, and my favourite village of Grassington.

A6000
Exposure Time: 1/250 Aperture: 5 Focal Length: 50.0 ISO: 400
Illiya Vjestica

Long winding road in the Yorkshire Dales.

A6000
Exposure Time: 1/60 Aperture: 4 Focal Length: 50.0 ISO: 160
Illiya Vjestica

Beautiful autumnal tree near the lakeside of Buttermere.

yellow-leafed tree

A6000
Exposure Time: 1/250 Aperture: 5.6 Focal Length: 50.0 ISO: 160
Illiya Vjestica

An October viewpoint of Buttermere in the Lake District, UK

green grass field

A6000
Exposure Time: 1/200 Aperture: 5.6 Focal Length: 58.0 ISO: 250
Sam 🐷

Welcome Fall (insta: @__sham.bam)

round black and green magnifying glass

A6000
Focal Length: 50.0
Illiya Vjestica

The view climbing up to Simon's Seat from past Skyreholme, I think this view is looking out to Herds Hill near Drebley (correct me if I'm wrong).

green grass field under cloudy sky during daytime

A6000
Illiya Vjestica

Heading on the long road heading towards the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks.

A6000
Illiya Vjestica

Walled Bridge at Carlise Castle, in Carlise UK

A6000
Focal Length: 50.0
Illiya Vjestica

A beautiful waterfall deep in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

waterfalls scenery

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