I went to the Air Force Museum in Dayton, OH last Saturday with my A6000. The place is dimly-lit (to preserve the planes) so I figured I'd use my Sony 35mm f/1.8 lens because of its good low-light performance. I ended up switching to my Sony 20mm f/2.8 pancake lens because I needed something wider and the pancake is faster than my Sony 18-55 mm kit lens. I probably should have used the kit lens, as I didn't use the pancake at f/2.8 very much because usually I needed a larger depth of field. I used a tripod for some of the shots, and those shots turned out the best. Shooting handheld I was usually at ISO 3200 and I used noise reduction in Lightroom for those. I also used the "Enable Profile Corrections" in Lightroom to help fix distortion and vignetting on the 20mm pancake. I also did a lot of exposure adjustments in Lightroom. Anyway, here's a few pictures from the set: Martin MB-2 by tommyrot4, on Flickr B-17 Flying Fortress by tommyrot4, on Flickr B-29 Bocks Car by tommyrot4, on Flickr (the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on Nagasaki) I took a lot of detail shots like this one: B-47 engine pod and outrigger landing gear by tommyrot4, on Flickr The rest of the set is here.