The Sony a6000 was a revolutionary camera when it first hit the scene in 2014. It's enticing price point, great specs, and small size made it a camera many photographers and first-time camera owners flocked to.
Here we are six years later, and now we have its successor, the Sony a6100. The Sony a6100 features real-time human and animal eye-tracking, incredible burst rates, and Sony claims it has the world's fastest autofocus system, but should photographers on a budget, and first-time camera buyers flock to it like they did the a6000? Let's find out in our review. . thephoblographer.com