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Just got the a6000 today and took it for a spin around the San Francisco waterfront. I like it quite a bit.
In some ways it's a better camera than the A7R -- it's smaller, lighter, more responsive, very fast AF, does better with some alt lenses, has a built in flash, a better placed shutter button, an easier to reach magnify during review button, and an EFC shutter.
In some ways it's worse than the A7R -- I missed the feeling that I could crop heavily later, having to press a button before you can begin moving the AF point around, and the viewfinder is good but definitely smaller and less detailed than the A7R's.
When post processing the pictures in Lightroom, it was like "back to the future", once again dealing with issues I haven't had to think about for a while, like having to invoke noise reduction even at middling ISOs, and having to sharpen pictures more than I'm used to (because of the AA filter).
Still, I found the camera an excellent adjunct to the A7R providing better AF, longer reach with the same lenses, and a good backup/two body solution because of the strong commonalities between the two cameras in UI and accessories like batteries.
"Defending freedom." (Contax G 90mm f2.8 @ f8)
Contax G 90mm f2.8 @ f5.6
100% crop from the above photo
Contax G 90mm f2.8 @f5.6
Voigtlander 15mm f4.5 @ f5.6
Voigtlander 15mm f4.5 @ 5.6
Same picture with the FE 55mm f2.8 @ f4
"Not up to code." Contax G 90mm f2.8 @ 4. ISO 2500 way noisier than the A7R would have been.
"secrets". FE 35mm f2.8 @ f5.6
"We'll be right back". FE 55mm f1.8 @ f4