Hi all, I'm sorry if I'm not very active on this forum, but I'm a (huge) noob with photography, and I don't have a lot of time, but when I can, I try to follow you . As the thread title says, if possible I would like to ask for some advice for an non-expensive mid-tele for the Alpha 6000. The characteristics that I'm looking for are: .1: the focal range at least has to cover 55-105mm interval .2: fast aperture ...if possible, but since the budget is reduced, I don't have high expectation... .3: has to be more compact as possible. .4: possibly on E-mount, but if the price is fair, I would consider adapted solutions. Budget: 375$ (325€) Last week I've seen the SEL2870, which I can find it for 300€ (350$ circa), on APS-C has an equivalent focal range 42-105mm, is definitely compact, and is on E-Mount. It quite lacks for a fast aperture... but I will settle for it. I've also gave a look of what DxO says about it, and it seems to be the second best zoom lense for the Alpha 6000. So, do you have any suggestion? I'll go for the SEL2870 or something else? Thank you very much for any advice.