Considering the very low price of the A6000 I have been considering getting one, to give a body I can interchange with my FF A7 and A7R, but which serves two purposes:
1. I can use it with the 70-200G to get an effective 300mm, so more reach.
2. I can use it with the new 16-35 f4 OSS to cover the 24-50mm equivalent range that the 24-70mm f4 OSS would serve on full frame.... a lens I have declined to buy based on too many 24-28mm performance issues.
It would therefore give me a very useful workaround to 1) an extender and 2) a mid-range zoom. The A6000 is half the price at the moment of the 24-70mm F4 alone....
I am guessing that with the 35mm and 55mm FE lenses, the A6000's tight pixel density is fine, as these lenses perform so well, but what about with the 70-200 f4 OSS. I have the lens and mine is great on FF, but I have no idea what the effect of the same 24 mp being squeezed into reduced APS-C real estate would have.