On vacation with my Sony a6000
|I recently went on a family vacation to Kanab, Utah. The trip was mainly a dream of my wife's for a long time as she's always wanted to volunteer at Best Friend's Animal Sanctuary. Kanab is in a fantastic location as it is near several national parks, a couple beautiful state parks, and numerous hiking trails. Knowing this I decided to bring my Sony a6000 mirrorless camera along with the wide-angle lens I use for photographing the exteriors of properties I shoot during the week.
|I have to say that the a6000 is a fantastic travel camera. It's really compact and light which made it perfect when hiking. We visited Bryce Canon National Park (pictured above) which had the steepest trail we walked while on vacation. I saw lots of people lugging big Canon and Nikon cameras. I didn't have the heart to tell them my little Sony would take photos just as good, if not better, than the beasts they were carrying.
|We also visited Arches National Park (above) and the north rim of The Grand Canyon in Arizona (below). To the say the scenery on this vacation was breathtaking would be an understatement. One of the main reasons I switched to Sony for interior photography was the fact their cameras are more compact and lighter, but with fantastic image quality. I loved using the a6000 while on vacation--if you're looking for a travel camera for landscapes, it's hard to beat this little guy!
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