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Get the Sony A6000 body-only in silver for just $345 on Amazon Prime Day

Sony A6000 body only silver
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The Sony A6000 is one of our favorite entry-level mirrorless cameras. Often, the A6000 is sold with the Sony 16-50mm lens which, if we’re honest, isn’t the greatest lens in the world, so it makes sense to buy it body only and then choose a lens separately (we really rate the Sony E 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 superzoom, by the way).

This offer applies to the silver version, but don’t worry too much about matching it to regular black Sony lenses because the black leatherette grip on this camera will tie them in just fine.

Sony A6000 review

The A6000 would make a great second camera for people who have Sony kit already, or an ideal first camera for students and photography fans on a budget. If you want 4K video then you need one of the later A6000-series cameras, but if your main interest is stills, then this camera stacks up brilliantly against even the latest models.

Sony Alpha a6000 Body Only (Silver) | was $498 | now $344.99
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Deals on the Sony A6000 come and go, but you won’t often see them as low as this. It’s a great chance to get an advanced enthusiast camera at beginner camera prices!View Deal

• Remember, Amazon prices can change, so while these deals are correct at the time of writing, prices and availability may alter. Find out how to join Amazon Prime, see the main Digital Camera World Amazon Prime Day deals article for more deals, and visit T3 or TechRadar for Prime Day deals across a whole range of tech products, not just cameras.

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Rod Lawton

Rod is the Group Reviews editor for Digital Camera World and across Future's entire photography portfolio. Previously he has been Head of Testing for the photography division and Camera Channel editor on TechRadar. He has been writing about digital cameras since they first appeared, and before that began his career writing about film photography. 


Rod's near-encyclopedic knowledge of cameras both old and new makes him an invaluable resource, whether we need to ask a question about transparencies or the latest X-Trans sensor. He owns all manner of cameras, from Nikon DSLRs through Olympus, Sony and Fujifilm bodies, and on any given day you'll see him using kit from just about every manufacturer.