All of Sony’s current APS-C cameras come in variants of the same camera body. And the more I have to use them and write about them, the more convinced I am that it’s not ergonomically especially well suited to any specific type of user.
The a6000 series cameras all derive, essentially, from the NEX-6, a mid-range/enthusiast camera from 2012. It was a time when Sony was experimenting with NEX body shapes and interfaces, as it tried to create a product that matched the people actually buying the cameras. Having tried stripped-down cameras with icon-based interfaces and odd ‘three dials, but all controlled with your thumb’ designs, they settled on something in the middle. And then tried to make it work for everyone.
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