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.
There's simply no denying that the strides that Sony has made in the world of photography over the last few years have been nothing short of monumental. Today, we have Sony cameras that are not only affordable, but that can also produce glorious images, and that boast the best autofocus systems on the market.
Sony has done a tremendous job of fleshing out its camera line up. No matter what budget you have, there are Sony cameras for you. The three Sony cameras we have featured in this roundup are all fantastic options for photographers who like to get out into nature, and who want to capture the splendor of the world around them.
Sony is bringing its A-game when it comes to holiday sales. If you've been eyeing a Sony Mirrorless camera, NOW is the time to buy. The A6000 can be yours for just $398 for the body, $448 with one lens, and $598 with two lenses.
Sony cameras are some of the most innovative on the market. They are all packed with tech that can make your life easier, they feature fantastic sensors that are capable of capturing immense detail, and they perform miracles in low light situations.
Cheap Photo: Sony A7 II + 28-70mm Lens for $999, a Sony A7R II for $1598 + Score Big Savings on Other Sony Camera Deals
If you have been waiting to see what camera deals this Black Friday and holiday season brings, and you have been hoping that some of Sony's excellent camera will be on sale, you're in for a treat. Right now you can grab the Sony A7 II with the 28079mm lens for just $999! You can also scoop up the A7r II (body only) for $2799, while the pocket sized powerhouse a6000 with two lenses can be yours for just $599!
If you're feeling the need to immerse yourself in the beauty of the great outdoors and take some breath-taking photos in the process, we've got just the stuff for you. Today's landscape photography inspiration is from Seattle-based Cody Cobb, whose impressive snaps are brimming with the colors, textures, and hues of the Pacific Northwest's beautiful landscapes.