I picked this up to try a mirrorless system. for what it is, it's great. It is very small, very light, and offers good images. However, it is not the Canon DSLR's that I've been so accustomed to over the years. To me, the menus seem backwards and confusing. For someone that hasn't shot a specific system for a number of years, perhaps it would be easier to pickup.
Advantages? There are many advantages, in addition to those listed above, for choosing a mirrorless camera like this over a DSLR. For starters, typically (such as on this A6000), you aren't actually looking through the camera but instead looking at a tiny LCD screen when you look through the electronic viewfinder. This allows you to see menus and pictures through the viewfinder. This is very cool! You can also turn on focus peaking which will show you what is in focus by turning that part of the viewfinder a certain color. There are many other benefits and tradeoffs for a mirrorless camera. If you have literally never tried one, they are quite different. Some people love them, some hate them. You can also charge this camera simply buy plugging it into a USB charger. That's cool!
So, what is for sale:
Sony A6000 w/ Kit Lens ($548) Sony FE 28mm f/2 Lens ($448) Rokinon 12mm NCS CS E Lens ($316) Three Batteries (1 OEM, 2x Wasabi w/ Charger) I am asking $800 OBO for all. I will get pictures up soon. So, I do not have boxes for any of it, and I'm missing two lens caps. However, the glass and sensor are all in excellent shape. There is minor wear on the lenses as well as the camera itself. However, nothing bad at all, but it has indeed been used.
I have decided not to keep this and would like to free up the cash within the next week. Hopefully it will sell soon, so please message me if you are the least bit interested.