Sony A6000 Review : Sensor Performance and Test Results

DxOMark published their test results for the Sony A6000 mirrorless camera which is currently body only priced for $648.00 at Amazon.

Sony A6000 sensor test results shows the camera scored a point of 82 and achieves 24th place overall in DxOMark sensor rankings.

Sony A6000 sensor performance is very high and it is also on a par with the best performing APS-C sensors found on rival DSLR cameras. As the DxOMark says the camera is a “Little Wonder“.

The 24 megapixel mirrorless shooter is also just behind the Sony’s SLT A99 and A7 cameras both achieve a DxOMark sensor score of 90 points.


Sony A6000 Review : Sensor Performance and Test Results

The Sony A6000 features a 24.3 megapixel Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor, BIONZ X processor, fast Hybrid AF system that covers 92% of the frame with phase-detect 179 focal points.

Comparison with Sony A6000 vs Nikon D5300 vs Sony NEX-7

From DxOMark conclusion :

Based on sensor performance alone, at $649 (body only) the A6000 appears to be excellent value for money. And while we’ve yet to assess image quality with native mount lenses, the Sony A6000 certainly looks like a promising addition to the range.

Sony A6000 Price & Availability

The A6000 comes with silver or black colors and available from the camera stores below.

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