Soundimageplus has published the final assessment article on the Sony NEX-6. The reviewer had the NEX-6 on his hand for a while now, publishing multiple short articles and this is the final part of his series on the NEX-6. Check this review out.
Their conclusion: This seems to me to be an excellent upgrade from some of the earlier and smaller NEX cameras. Though I would suggest that if you have a NEX-5N with the external EVF, you would need to be pretty keen about the virtues of the built-in viewfinder, because you aren’t getting that much more. I’ve written before that this isn’t a camera to make people change systems, and if you have an Olympus OM-D E-M5 or GH3, then to my mind you are getting much more flexible and versatile cameras. Its an incremental upgrade for the NEX system, and its main selling-point, as far as I can see, is the body design and built-in EVF.
It will also function as a great body for manual focus lenses, and if you have some wide angle m-mount lenses that you like to use, then the magenta cast and vignetting that occurs on the NEX-7 isn’t present here.
Like the vast majority of 16MP cameras on the market, particularly those with this 16MP sensor, it will deliver fine pictures that will satisfy all but the most demanding of users. It suffers from the same problems as all NEX cameras, in that there is a very limited lens range, but even bearing that in mind I would still feel happy about recommending the camera. As I said before it isn’t a dramatic improvement over what else is available, but its a well put together package none the less.