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I have the a6000 camera but no lens. I was wondering if any of you have the same camera and recommend a lens that's not too expensive. Also, is there a way I can make money with this camera? The thing is I never used a camera like this before but am interested in doing something with it to make extra money.
AmadeusMan wrote: I got the 60mm sigma lens. What should my next lens be?
It all depends on what sort of photography you want to do.
Because the Sony a6000 has an APS-C (crop) sensor, your 60mm lens is going to look relatively tight. I'm not sure how much experience you have with cameras in general, but
this is a good example
of what a crop sensor does to your picture.
Perhaps you should look into something wider if you wanted to do something with landscape/full body photography. Apparently you can find some older lenses for real cheap on ebay. Picture-quality wise, they're just as good as most lenses we have now, they just lack some extra features (auto-focus)
btw, good choice with the sigma lens
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I have a fujifilm so I don't know the lens personaly but these are my advices
Sony E 20mm f/2.8 or Sigma 19mm f/2.8: both are very small and according to me the most important thing is having your camera always with you and doing a lot of photo, a small camera is great for that. they are wide lens, so it a bit more specific with some type of photo.
Sony 35mm f/1.8 OSS: faster lens but more expensive. For me the best choice, very versatile.
Sigma 30mm f/2.8 : the cheapest one. If you are low in budget I would go for it. it seems a very good lens at a very low price.
Keep in mind that the Sigma lens don't use all the autofocus "power" of the Sony lens.
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