Gary Fong teaches how to bring your Sony a6000 to life by providing tutorial videos at the touch of a finger, making learning fun and easy.
We are excited bring you the Virtual Camera for Sony a6000 as an IOS app. This latest IOS app was designed to help you unleash the power of your Sony a6000 camera. Navigating through each menu item, the Sony a6000 Virtual Camera provides information-packed video tutorials that directly reflect what each feature, menu item and button has to offer.
The videos behind each press of the virtual camera’s buttons contain extended, carefully-detailed tutorials designed to show viewers how to configure their cameras to make the most of many powerful features by unlocking secrets, hidden deep inside the cameras, which are rarely explained in owners' manuals.
AEL button video corrected. Function menu updated.
Ratings and Reviews
Turn off your soft mute
Great app but I was worried about all the people having sound issues in the reviews. I bought the app and ... sound didn’t work! Quick research fixed it. Apparently many apps won’t play sound if your soft mute is on. Soft mute is the upper left button on your iPhone. I think of it as my ringer mute. Turned that off and the sound worked! The app is a simple but complete reference tool worth the money as I know I’ll forget most of the information and need to visit again and again.
Great reference or learning tool
There has been some concern with the sound working. I just installed on an iPhone 7 with IOS 11.4.1 and its perfect. This is a great app. There is a picture of the controls on the back of the camera. Touch one and there is a brief video explanation of what it does and how to use it If it’s a menu, it opens all the choices or sub-menus with similar explanations. It’s a super learning or reference tool for this very complex camera system.
Worth the price
You get a picture of the back of your a6000. Push one of your feature buttons and you get a video explanation of the feature. I didn’t have any of the technical issues mentioned elsewhere. I’m on an iPhone 8.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.