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HenKi
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Jan 14, 2018
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E5 mark ii or the sony a6000?
Jan 14, 2018
Boni
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Jan 15, 2018
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It depends.
Both: + Ibis (edit: actually the Sony a6000 may not have ibis) + Both are mirrorless, allowing compact camera sizes - Both are cropped sensors
The E5MII + Bigger lens collection do to overall maturity of M43 system and the open nature of the mount + Cheaper lens options + Lenses are smaller because of smaller sensor, this a 3 or 4 lens travel kit will weigh less + Lots of knobs and customization + Some lenses also have lens stabilization - Their native raw file was originally difficult to deal with, less of a problem now though - High learning curve and poor support - Smaller sensor size, meaning poorer low-light performance and less depth of field - Olympus is less known/prevalent - less third party options for things such as battery grips
Sony a6000 + Bigger sensor size = better low-light performance and better bokeh + depth of field + Better third-party brand support for accessories + Lower learning curve to use + Generally better image quality over M43 - Lens selection still a bit limited - Lens are generally more expensive - Not many mechanical settings buttons or knobs - Reviews often point to the hard menus to navigate - Not sure what direction of this sensor in their line-up, with Sony's increased investment in their new Full Frame mirrorless line
Jan 15, 2018
satoroboto
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Jan 16, 2018
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I believe the a6500 was the first sony APS-C to have IBIS, not the a6000.
Jan 16, 2018
Boni
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Jan 16, 2018
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Thanks, I edited my comment and made a note.
Jan 16, 2018
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