it´s so much more fun walking and traveling with the small A6000.
since i have the A6000 my canon DSLRs stay at home for most short trips.
Watched the video, and while many things are true, some things are just misleading for novices looking to purchase.
1. Fails to mention his beloved A7S is only 12 MP vs. 36 MP of the Nikons. 12 MP FF files have their place but still far from best for everything.
2. Misrepresents cross-compatibility by putting on a Nikon flash on the Sony and firing without mentioning there will be no iTTL metering, all manual adjustment only. He makes it sound like you can put any flash from Nikon, Canon, and others and they will all work the same way as they do on native bodies.
P.S. Also forgets to mention that for those who want their flash to iTTL, Sony's current flagship flash HVL-F60M has a huge overheating/shutting-down problem that Sony refuses to even acknowledge as a problem but a "feature."
3. Completly glosses over the lack of native Sony lenses over CaNikon choices. Some people like Autofocus.
4. In over-glorifying the Sony EVF, completes forgets to mention EVF lag, cartoonish colors, noise in low light, etc. Yes I tried the Sony A7 EVF; it ain't no OVF.