A6000 isn't gonna be value king forever. Everyone else is improving or giving enticing deals.hdom wrote: ↑Sep 13th, 2017 1:15 pmThey are cheaper for a reason, a lot of people are still using their a6000 and find no need to upgrade. There are still people buying the a6000 for the first time and people get excited when there is an a6000 post in hot deals, can't say the same about M3.
Look into the RX100 class if you may be able to live with and for more video recording, there is a new RX0, too.
People are reposting same price over and over when stock comes back. There is nothing new or better about openbox A6000 deal. Price is same as months ago. Price didn't drop. Bundle didn't change.
No need for upgrade doesn't mean we no longer want value leaders. I no longer feel need for upgrading phone however it is exciting to see when new value leader comes in the market (eg: Moto E4). When my current phone dies I will go out and buy whatever is great value at the time. Cameras are bit challenging in a sense that we have to also change lenses. I value companies that build long term royalty.