A6000user

Joined on Feb 19, 2016

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On article Sony a6000 Review (905 comments in total)
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A6000user: After many years I finally decided to move up from my Canon point and shoot. I did all the online research I could find and eventually decided on the A6000 which was more than I could really afford. After a year of use this is the most disappointing camera purchase I have ever made. I predominantly take landscape photos, country, forest and seascapes. In all automatic modes the images are invariably blurry with inconsistent exposure in bright sunlight even when taking five photos of same subject without changing settings.I have tried manual focus using both view finder and the rear display...the focus always appears excellent but the photo is always blurry once you zoom in. The camera now remains mostly unused in a drawer and I use my iPhone 4 which produces better and more consistent photos. I have checked all the forums for suggestions and tried everything without success. Would welcome any suggestions before this expensive mistake remains in the drawer forever. Disappointed user.

Well your response was zero help.
Update, lens had an intermittent fault and after two rebuilds was replaced under warranty. Body also was faulty and replaced, something to do with electronics. I now have a working camera but have yet to be able to reproduce the crisp images from these reviews. Will not bother providing a further update.

Link | Posted on Jan 22, 2017 at 06:19 UTC
On article Sony a6000 Review (905 comments in total)

After many years I finally decided to move up from my Canon point and shoot. I did all the online research I could find and eventually decided on the A6000 which was more than I could really afford. After a year of use this is the most disappointing camera purchase I have ever made. I predominantly take landscape photos, country, forest and seascapes. In all automatic modes the images are invariably blurry with inconsistent exposure in bright sunlight even when taking five photos of same subject without changing settings.I have tried manual focus using both view finder and the rear display...the focus always appears excellent but the photo is always blurry once you zoom in. The camera now remains mostly unused in a drawer and I use my iPhone 4 which produces better and more consistent photos. I have checked all the forums for suggestions and tried everything without success. Would welcome any suggestions before this expensive mistake remains in the drawer forever. Disappointed user.

Link | Posted on Feb 19, 2016 at 06:34 UTC as 36th comment | 2 replies
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