The market is literally FLOODED with old manual focus lenses, as everyone has moved on the latest autofocus lenses that are fragile, to say the least, but they do perform an important task of autofocusing, but is that always important?
I've owned the A6000 for a few weeks now, which I seem to be constantly using with the Samyang 12mm f/2 lens, which I love. So far, I really like it a lot, it doesn't replace my Nikon, but then, I have got to the point where I find the bulk and weight of a DSLR, plus lenses plus accessories to be too much, and as a result,
The debate about Mirrorless vs DSLR has hotted up as the Mirrorless systems have become far more capable. A quick chat about the points to consider, neither system wins hands down, but with the ease that DSLR lenses can be used on Mirrorless, they can work together superbly.
I have use of both systems and in many cases, I still love to use my old Nikon V1, why? Bec