Helloo~ It has been a long time since my last post here. And this is my first post in this year wohoo~ 😀
So, on 23rd Dec 2014, i got my first mirrorless camera, yattaa!!
why did i choose mirrorless instead of DSLR camera?
Because i need a small size and light camera yet it should have a good performance!
why did i choose Sony a6000?
Because, it has many good reviews from professional photographer and photography site.
I bought (
i asked my bf to buy 😛 ) it from amazon.co.jp so this product is basically for Japanese. Because i bought it in Japan so this camera menu is in Japanese and Sony doesn’t install other language option :-O huakkss i couldn’t read Japanese, i was really shock -__-” i bought it from amazon.co.jp, because the price was cheaper than in sony.co.id 😀 in amazon was around ¥ 73,000 (7,300,000 IDR), in sony.co.id was 8,999,000 IDR. Look at this gap price! 😀
So let’s unboxing!
Inside the box:
- Sony a6000 Camera & Lens kit (16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS lens mounted)
- One rechargeable battery pack NP-FW50
- Micro USB cable
- AC Adaptor
- Shoulder strap from Sony (i didn’t use it, i use the new one)
- Eyepiece cup for viewfinder
I’m a new comer if talking about camera, so i did some research before hand 😀 And i found out that i have to buy lens filter at least UV filter for protecting lens from dust, dirt, and moisture. And you should buy the good quality for filter, because it can impact the image quality.
So, i chose Kenko UV filter, it has good reviews and reasonable price 😀 half price because of year end sale haha 😛 love it! And also i bought Kenko ND (Neutral Density) Filter for Landscape photography (because of year end sale!) For price, Kenko UV filter 40.5mm = ¥ 988, Kenko PRO ND4 = around ¥ 1000 (i forgot).
Then, i also bought the polkadot strap, bag, and LCD screen protector 😀 also don’t forget to buy SDHC Memory, i bought Toshiba 16 GB class 10 (30 MB/s) just ¥ 898 😀
Here are my polkadot bag pictures (Hakuba for mirrorless camera bag)
Until now, i really like this camera, i will post some reviews later.
See you! 😉