I wanted to do a quick test of the XAVC-S codec that arrived with the new firmware for the A6000, but first I had to get a new compatible sdxc card. I shot some footage while in the city centre at the camera store, because I was excited to try it. So, this isn't particularly well shot. I didn't do any special setup and this wasn't designed to be a proper "shoot". I just used the kit lens, and with the standard picture profile, grabbed some footage around the centre of Dublin, so it's a bit shaky and the lens isn't great. I just wanted to get something so I could test the codec. I'll do a properly set up test soon.
Having said that, the difference between AVC-HD and XAVC-S is night and day. it's like the A6000 is now a different camera. The quality is so much better it's remarkable. I'll have more on this soon, once I've filmed something properly, with a descent lens, and on a tripod!
Footage was edited (and by edited, I mean thrown together) in the New Premiere Pro 2015, and I did a very light grade using Film Convert (with the Kodak Porta 400 setting). One or two clips are stabilised, but there's no post sharpening. The camera was set to the Standard picture profile, and default settings.