Another E-mount option for those with a Sony Mirrorless camera, this one is all about adding some zoom options to your camera. With a focal range of 55 to 210mm, and an acceptable aperture range to match, this is a nice and versatile lens for anyone to have at their disposal. It’s also available in a silver color as well, which will appeal to Sony fans with one of the few options that came in silver. While this does add some bulk to a Sony Mirrorless camera, it doesn’t hurt to have a little more heft when trying to get that perfect shot.
Sony's was a departure from the company's usual lineup of mirrorless cameras when it was introduced in the Fall of 2012. It slotted in between the various NEX-5 models and the NEX-7, and staked out a middle ground between the two, aiming to offer an accessible camera that offered a strong feature set for photographers. So you got a small camera with an electronic viewfinder and a degree of direct control. To this the NEX-6 offered two things that were yet to appear on any Sony mirrorless camera: an exposure mode dial and an ISO-standard hot shoe.
As we have already seen the three different category of Sony Fullframe mirrorless camera announced in past, the Sony A7 dedicated for fast AF performance, the A7R features a 36MP high-resolution sensor and the last announced A7s camera is made for super low-light performance, (features Expandable Sensitivity: ISO 50-409600 and also supports 4K recording)… But according to SAR sources the upcoming Sony fullframe camera is bit different from all these three (or maybe a mixture of two) and will start a new product category.
The sensors inside the Sony NEX mirrorless cameras are the same size as digital SLR sensors (also called APS-C) and measure 23.4 x 15.6mm (as compared to the smaller 17.3 x 13mm sensor in and mirrorless cameras).