I started shooting with the NEX-7 then the A6000 and found I loved the pop-up flash. The ability to rotate the flash backward makes it a great tool for adding diversity to lighting the subject. My only issue, it’s a bit limiting to use the EVF and try to hold the flash pointed up while pressing the shutter. I also wanted more consistency in the angle of the bounce when shooting a couple of images at a time. I decided to make some flash bounce cards for the A6000, NEX-6 and NEX-7. I made a clear card and white translucent card and found the flash could light the subject with a soft light and bounce a portion of the light. With a GN=6 for the flash output, as long as I keep the subject and bounce surface within about 6 feet, the Auto ISO doesn’t go much higher than a stop. The white card captures some of the flash and acts as fill light with a portion being bounced. The clear card bounces most of the light. I made them so the flash can be moved to the forward position without removing the card. If you want more info on the bounce cards and where to get them: http://beforethecoffee.com/bounce-cards-for-the-pop-up-flash-sony-a6000-nex-6-nex-7/ Disclaimer: this post lists an item for sale, so it was presented in advance to the Admins for acceptance.