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Camera Body, Lens, Lens Cap, Battery, Power cord/USB cord, neck strap, software CD, and instruction manual.
By D. Owen on June 2, 2014
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The NEX-6 with the 16-50 motorized, collapsing lens is small enough to fit into a generous coat pocket, albeit a bit awkwardly. It worked ok for me on vacation, but coat pockets aren't padded, so there was always the chance of knocking the camera into hard surfaces through the coat pocket. The RX-100s are around half t… see more The NEX-6 with the 16-50 motorized, collapsing lens is small enough to fit into a generous coat pocket, albeit a bit awkwardly. It worked ok for me on vacation, but coat pockets aren't padded, so there was always the chance of knocking the camera into hard surfaces through the coat pocket. The RX-100s are around half the thickness, not only thinner, but also a tad smaller in height and width. The RX-100m II can easily fit into an inside coat pocket. Or a small, fairly unobtrusive belt pouch, a much smaller one than the NEX-6 requires.
NEX 6 **without a lens**: 120 x 67 x 43 mm (4.72 x 2.64 x 1.69″)
with the 16-50 lens it is 2.75" thick, add a clear UV filter, lens cap and the Electronic viewfinder hood and it is about 3.375" thick.
RX-100M: 102 x 58 x 38 mm (4.00 x 2.29 x 1.51″) - way thinner and lighter.
The RX-100s are great. I chose the NEX because I decided to go with a more general purpose camera with an articulated screen and built-in electronic viewfinder. Now that the RX100m II is available with WiFi, I would have chosen it for its compact size and excellent feature set. WiFi enables you to use your smart phone as an external remote with live preview. see less

By Magnus Liber on November 10, 2013
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When it comes to actually making great photos, there simply is no comparison. Don't get me wrong- the 5R is a great camera. But without a viewfinder and the ability to optimally brace your elbows against your body as you watch your subject through the viewfinder and s-q-u-e-e-z-e the shutter, it is difficult to get goo… see more When it comes to actually making great photos, there simply is no comparison. Don't get me wrong- the 5R is a great camera. But without a viewfinder and the ability to optimally brace your elbows against your body as you watch your subject through the viewfinder and s-q-u-e-e-z-e the shutter, it is difficult to get good shots.
The NEX-6 with the 16-50mm zoom is the closest you will get to the quality of image you would get from a DSLR - but in a package you can stuff into a jacket pocket.
There are many people who buy the 5R, and then realize it's difficult seeing the LCD screen in bright daylight. They then have to invest in the optional EVF, which drives the whole package higher than if they just bought the NEX-6 to begin with. see less

By Medical Marketing Maven on July 18, 2013
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Seems a bit slow compared to what I experience. I've found that using an SD card with a fast write speed (45mbps or higher) and turning off auto-image-review in the settings really helps to significantly speed up shot-to-shot time. I'd also recommend checking Sony's website for the latest firmware updates (can be found… see more Seems a bit slow compared to what I experience. I've found that using an SD card with a fast write speed (45mbps or higher) and turning off auto-image-review in the settings really helps to significantly speed up shot-to-shot time. I'd also recommend checking Sony's website for the latest firmware updates (can be found here: http://esupport.sony.com/US/p/model-home.pl?mdl=NEX6&template_id=1&region_id=1&tab=download#/downloadTab). Hope this helps! see less
By GB on May 31, 2014
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I threw the lens to the trash can as soon as I unpacked the camera. Body only option wasn't available when I bought it. Get the body only and the sigma 30mm f2.8 dn with this and you will have an amazing combo. And if you are willing to spend more than get the sigma 19 for wide angle shots.
By Stay3r on May 28, 2014
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YES , ALL ALLOW FILTERS
SIGMA 60 MM,30MM,19MM F/2.8 LENS ALL Filter Diameter : 46 mm
SONY E-mount 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 Filter Diameter : 40.5mm

By Artur Z. on August 29, 2013
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C: Not compatible with Eye-Fi function (NEX-3C and NEX-5C only)
A: Supplied with E 2,8/16mm (SEL-16F28)
D: Supplied with E 2,8/16mm (SEL-16F28) and E 3,5-5,6/18-55mm OSS (SEL-1855)… see more
C: Not compatible with Eye-Fi function (NEX-3C and NEX-5C only)
A: Supplied with E 2,8/16mm (SEL-16F28)
D: Supplied with E 2,8/16mm (SEL-16F28) and E 3,5-5,6/18-55mm OSS (SEL-1855)
H: Supplied with E 3,5-6,3/18-200mm OSS (SEL-18200)
K: Supplied with E 3,5-5,6/18-55mm OSS (SEL-1855)
L: Supplied with E 3,5-5,6/16-50mm OSS (SEL-1650)
B: Body color is black
N: Body color is gold (NEX-5D/N, Japan only)
P: Body color is pink (NEX-3D/P, Asia only)
R: Body color is red
S: Body color is silver
T: Body color is brown (NEX-3D/T, Asia only)
50i: 50 frames interlaced model
60i: 60 frames interlaced model
- got the answer from wikipedia see less

By Olumide on May 9, 2014
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Yes you can do time lapse photography the Sony NEX 6 via a downloadable application. Here is a link to a youtube video showing it in use. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXxt0VfbHDU
There are also solutions available that allow for connection of your phone to the camera and then run an intervalometer on your phone..… see more
Yes you can do time lapse photography the Sony NEX 6 via a downloadable application. Here is a link to a youtube video showing it in use. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXxt0VfbHDU
There are also solutions available that allow for connection of your phone to the camera and then run an intervalometer on your phone... Hope this all helps. Good luck, Jim see less

By J. Ross on December 28, 2013
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I am a beginner and I am using and enjoying it
By Donna on August 5, 2014
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No. Kinda. The kit lens does not provide the aperture needed to get shallow but there are some effects built in to the camera that can create it to some degree. You will need a different lens to really enjoy shallow DoF. Sigma has come out with a compatible f1.8 lens that won't break the bank.
By Rocco III on April 7, 2013