Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Camera 16-50mm Lens Kit (Black, Silver OR White)

Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Camera 16-50mm Lens Kit (Black, Silver OR White)

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Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50mm Lens Kit (Black, Silver or White)

The Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera is a versatile and advanced mirrorless camera featuring a 24.3MP APS-C-sized Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor and BIONZ X image processor to produce high-resolution still images and full HD movies with marked low-light quality and sensitivity to ISO 25600. Beyond notable imaging traits, the image processor also lends itself to continuous shooting up to 11 fps and an intelligent Fast Hybrid AF system that uses both phase- and contrast-detection methods to quickly and accurately acquire focus.
Included in this kit is the 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS Alpha E-mount Retractable Zoom Lens from Sony. The 16-50 is a zoom lens with a focal length range of 24-75mm in the 35mm format equivalency. It covers shooting lengths from true wide angle to standard portrait length and is a great day-to-day type lens, especially since its retractable design keeps it very compact. When powered on, the lens expands, but in its off position the lens is only 1.2″ (30mm) which will fit in your pocket. When expanded, it has a surprisingly large zoom range and access to its dual-function control ring for manual focus and zooming. Its Power Zoom capability in AF mode and Internal Stepping Motor provide, fast, smooth and quiet autofocus which is helpful when shooting video with this lens.

Main Product Features
24.3MP APS-C Exmor APS HD CMOS Sensor
BIONZ X Image Processor
Tru-Finder 0.39″ 1,440k-Dot OLED EVF
3.0″ 921k-Dot Xtra Fine Tilting LCD
Full HD 1080p XAVC S Video at 24/60 fps
Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity with NFC
Fast Hybrid AF & 179 Phase-Detect Points
Up to 11 fps Shooting and ISO 25600
Multi-Interface Shoe and Built-In Flash
Sony 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS Zoom Lens

Included in Manufacturer Box
Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50mm Lens
Sony 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS Lens
Lens Cap
NP-FW50 Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery (1020mAh)
Eye Piece
AC Adapter AC-UB10
Micro USB Cable
Neck Strap

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One of Nikon's Best 35mm SLRs

My first Nikon SLR was a Nikon EM, which is an aperture-priority AE only camera - no full manual. It served its purpose as my first film camera, but I wanted something with more control. So I bought an FE (the first version of this). It worked very well for me. I had it for a couple years and took what I think are some excellent pictures with it, before I bought an FE2 (still have the FE, BTW). I loved it so much, I just bought another one. Don't be fooled by the electronic dependence - this camera is very reliable. Both of mine are around 30 years old and still work great. I bet I can't say the same thing for my DSLR or mirrorless cameras in 30 years. I hope to add an FM2n, F3, FA, FG, and maybe even an FM3a to my collection someday. (I also have Pentax, Minolta, and a Leicaflex SL from my grandpa.)Read full review...

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best darn film camera!

The Nikon FE2 is simply one of the best ever film cameras! With fast shutter speeds, an amazing range of film speed settings, this camera can shoot pics in virtually any conceivable lighting condition. I have been shooting with an FE2 for at least 25yrs. and this is my third FE2 that I purchased. I still own my second FE2 and it's still in great shape after taking 1000's of photographs! (I'd still have my first one if it wasn't stolen). I actually purchased this one to upgrade my wife on film cameras when she wants to shoot with film! Digital is great but I will continue to photograph with film using my Nikon FE2 until they literally stop making film. My love of photography started when I was in high school and it still remains my favorite hobby! Do you want to get creative?, do you want to handhold a 500mm zoom with no tripod when the sun is going down and still have your photo turn out well?, if the answer is yes then the NIKON FE2 is for you! Pair it up with a good doesn't have to be a Nikon lens necessarily.., and you'll be on your way to taking awesome photographs!Read full review...


A great Camera, easy to use, high quality and produces terrific results

The Nikon FE2 ha proved to be quite a great little camera. It is easy to use and understand, plus I feel the viewfinder metering display is really one of the best. It provides two distinct needles that you simply match up using shutter-speed and your aperture setting in order to get the ideal exposure. The two-needle feature allows you to actually see your compensation adjustments where the digital scales in other film models and most all digital models only read the amount you are compensating, but not in relation to your shutter-speed like this little camera does.
The split-prism viewfinder is a pleasure to use, however I would strongly recommend using lenses of f;2.8 aperture or faster as slower lenses tend to 'black-out' a portion of the split image in the view-finder. It will definitely work with slower lenses but you may have to adjust your eye position or look for the sharpest focus in the area around the split image. You will need an AI, AI-s or AF lens with a manual aperture ring since there isn't the componentry to use a 'G' or AF-S lens. I would highly recommend Fujifilm Velvia-100 for the prettiest pictures with Kodak Ektar-100 running a close second and for portraits, possibly Kodak's Porta-160 that produces nice pastels and soft skin-tones. The Nikon AI-s 'E' series lenses work especially well with this camera and are very affordable. Did I mention, it's a great looking camera, especially in silver. It does have a center-weighted 'Auto' setting as well as an exposure lock that are welcome in difficult lighting situations - Good luck and happy shopping
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FE Is One Great Camera

Back In The 80's I owned a Nikon FM, and a Nikon FE, They are both great cameras!
The FM is fully Manual with a match Meter, You Have To Manually Set the Aperture and Shutter Speeds, Using The Built In Match Needle Meter, It is Great For Learning How a Camera operates, It is also used by Photographers who want full control over their picture taking. The FE has Electronic Match Needle Metering Through The Lens.It has an automatic Mode That Sets The Aperture when you select a shutter speed or you oan also use it Fully Manual Like the FM.Both are professional
Cameras that were widely used by news and magazine photographers!
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Many feature in a small package

This camera has so many desirable features ... I was looking for an 80's era film camera with an electronic shutter that would be accurate down to full seconds in a small package and this is it. Also the ability to attach and detach a motor WITHOUT needing to remove a key like the F-2 requires. It's a little small for my hands but I like the lighter weight and it packs well. While the finder image seems bigger than I would expect, I do wish the finder had some lights for shooting dimly lit scenes. If the left side of your image is dark, then you're out of luck as far as being able to see the meter info. I like that it takes just a standard cable release head. It takes either one 3 volt or two 1.5 volt 357 type batteries fairly cheap and easy to get. Also, steps have been made to reduce inadvertent battery drain... the meter is only on when the film counter is on frames 1-36 and the shutter button is pressed half-way, then it will stay on for 16 seconds then shut off. I like all of this except the requirement of the film counter needing to be on frames 1-36. But for me it's not a big deal at all.
All in all a great camera with many great features !
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Verified purchase:  Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: joshuacohen


Nikon FE2 35mm Film Camera

Even after 20 years, still the best semi-professional camera Nikon ever made. All the features of the manual FM2N plus automatic aperture priority mode. Fastest shutter speed at 1/4000 of a second and the highest flash sync speed at 1/250th of a second, standards that still stand today. Built like a tank with a rugged metal chassis, a good condition camera should last another 20 years. With the large selection of accessories and lenses still on the market this camera will still outperform the picture quality and range of shooting situations of even the best professional digital cameras available. Digital still has a ways to go to match the image quality, color saturation, sharpness and true to life look of a good 35mm film based picture.Read full review...



I have owned the Nikon FE-2 for about 25 years. It is an outstanding camera. The secret to outstanding photos can all be achieved using this camera. Here are just a few major ways to achieve great photos. Use good lenses and when possible close them down 2 stops from their largest aperture. Example if the largest aperture is f2.8, close down to f5.6. If it is portrait work, use about an 85mm focal length lens and get tight shots. If taking photo of child, get down to their level. Do not shoot down at them. If shooting scenic, attach a polarizing filter to intensify colors and reduce reflections. Whenever possible, use a tripod and a cable release ( to avoid camera movement.) Look up the rule of thirds on the internet. The rule of thirds will improve your photo composition. If you follow these guides and expose and focus properly, there isn't a 35mm camera in the world that will top the Nikon FE-2. There will be many equals, but none betterRead full review...

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Aperature Priority Camera

Some reviewers are confusing the facts.
Listen to me.
"Rotate the Shutter-Speed dial to A. Then when you choose the aperture size, the camera will automatically select a suitable shutter speed between 1/4000 and 8 seconds-or it will show over or under exposure" HPBooks Carl Shipman 1986

FE2 has a match needle that shows speed in the viewfinder.
FM has Three red LEDs that show over or under exposure.

FE2 is a well designed camera that is the best of the Nikon consumer grade/pro of the 70's 80's [My Opinion]
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Nikon FE2 35mm SLR

Great 35mm SLR that lives up to its reputation as a tank. Ive owned 2 FE2 bodies. Im still using them to this day. It has a maz shutter speed of 1/4000th of a second is capable of films up to 3200 ISO speed. I would reccomend buying the MD-12 motor winder grip. It balances the camera nicely and really makes the camera more capable. The grip allows you to shoot at 3.5 FPS. Love the FE2 if the price is right, buy one!Read full review...


The perfect "modern" Nikon classic film camera !

I've owned a succession of Nikon film and digital camera bodies over the years (21 at last count), and while each is an improvement in functionality and capability than its predecessor, there is one that stands out in my mind as a "classic", and that is the Nikon FE-2. In my opinion, it is the culmination of the TTL metering (both available light and flash) visible in the viewfinder, that is so essential to active photography. While the FE-2 has an automatic exposure mode, it is basically a manual camera, and that is how I used it for years. The Nikon FM, its equally-capable cousin, unfortunately suffers from a crippled metering display.

The next great Nikon classic camera is the N8008, with autofocus and a built-in motor drive, but if you want a rugged manual film camera, the Nikon FE-2 can't be beat.

As a result, 22 years after I sold my two Nikon FE-2 cameras (and bought two N8008 cameras), nostalgia beckoned, and I bought a used Nikon FE-2 (in near-mint condition) at a great price on eBay!
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