One reason I have held onto a DSLR up until now was for airshow photography. This past weekend I had a good opportunity to try out my new Sony A6000 paired with my FE 70-200 G OSS lens. While there was too much cloud cover to be ideal, I am happy to report that the combination performed every bit as well as my DSLR. In fact in most cases it was much better, with generally sharper results overall. Any faults in the resultant images were due to my technique, not the equipment. The EVF was much more pleasing to use. The 11fps was actually ridiculously fast when I tried it later in the evening. At that setting it fires faster than a Thompson submachine gun and felt a bit like one too! I also tried back button focus, which I liked for this sort of photography. For a reasonably portable body/lens package I think this combo suits my needs quite well. I took my DSLR thinking I would try them both out during the event but after a few early shots it stayed in my camera bag. I am pleased to share a few photos and hope you like them. It is worth noting that I prefer taking photos of aircraft as they taxi, take off and land or are flying reasonably near and not in the far distance. For such long distance shots I would image the much longer focal length lenses would be more suitable. Sopwith Camel by Barry Pate, on Flickr Nieuport N.11 by Barry Pate, on Flickr SE.5A by Barry Pate, on Flickr CAC18 by Barry Pate, on Flickr RAAF FA-18 Hornet by Barry Pate, on Flickr If you have any questions or comments please let me know. There are more photos from the event on my Flickr page should you be interested.