Engadget has published a new review on the Sony NEX-6. Once again, the NEX-6 has received nothing but the praises – are you surprised? They did recommend either NEX-C3 or the NEX-F3 is your cash is tight, or NEX-5R for a bit more money. They also mention Olympus E-M5 as a strong competitor with its fastest in class AF performance and also 5-axis IBIS which works better than any other IS at the moment. Check this review out.
Their conclusion: In 2012, we’ve seen an abundance of fantastic mirrorless cameras. We were blown away by several offerings in 2011, it’s true, but this year’s lineup has really upped our enthusiasm for the category. Sony’s just one of the manufacturers driving that momentum, but the company really hit a home run with its NEX series — each model is priced competitively, and each offers even more power than the last. The most impressive, no doubt, is the NEX-6, with its efficient design, speedy autofocus, dedicated mode dial, built-in OLED EVF, articulating display, pop-up flash, full-size hot shoe, new collapsable zoom lens — even WiFi functionality and apps, to help reel in some otherwise unswayed consumers. There’s a lot here, and we expect almost any buyer to walk away happy. It’s a pricey tool, no doubt about it, but if you’re serious about photography, the NEX-6 really should be your next camera.