On February 11, 2014, Sony launched the latest digital camera, the Sony Alpha A6000 digital mirrorless camera that reportedly will replace the NEX-6 era. This latest digital camera offers a resolution of 24.3 MP, with APS-C sensor-sized Exmor APS HD CMOS, and BIONZX image processor, where this technology will be able to produce quality images or HD video with good detail, with low-light quality, and sensitivity equivalent of ISO 25600.
Sony Alpha A6000 has a 179-point autofocus, which is claimed as the fastest focusing system for today. This mirrorless camera is also capable of performing continuous shooting up to 11fps and comes with Fast Hybrid AF system technology, which use phase, and contract detection to accurately and quickly in getting the focus when shooting.
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In the package, the Sony Alpha A6000 can also be equipped with Sony’s E-mount lens 16-50mm f / 3.5-5.6 OSS are able to provide distance 35mm equivalent focal length 24-75mm. Alpha A6000 also features Optical SteadyShot technology that is able to minimize the blur in the images because the camera swayed when taking pictures. Additionally, this camera is also equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity with NFC, as well as sleek and small sized digital camera to use everyday.
To restoring your Sony Alpha a6000 to it’s factory settings, conform to the following instructions:
- MENU → Setup → Setting Reset
Read also “Initialize the Sony ILCE-QX1/ DSC-QX30 to Factory Preset” and another user guides. Hopefully the article of Resetting Sony Alpha a6000 Interchangeable Lens Camera useful for you.
Reference: Sony Alpha a6000 manual