hello all, this is my first post here and it concerns my Sony A6000. Last month I purchased used A6000, with standard kit lens, and the Sony 70-210 lens. The camera performs well and has no defects all. However, I have just discovered the method of evaluating the shutter count and the camera reports over 17,500 shutter counts. At the time of purchase my retailer gave me a 2 year guarantee. If the shutter on the camera fails in the 2 years, then my retailer will deal with it, I have faith in them, but after that? My concern is that in 2 years time, there will not be any A6000's to replace the camera with, they are already not as easy to obtain as other more expensive models, and the A6300 may still be prohibitively expensive. So, the first question, is a shutter count of 17,500 something to worry about? (to give an idea of my typical photo count, I went on a three week holiday just after buying the camera and took 1,700 photo's but this type of big holiday is only once a year, with smaller ones dotted around, I estimate 3000 per year total). At what point can I expect problems to surface in regards the shutter? I can find no data from Sony on this subject. I want to invest in at least 2 more lenses (50mm portrait and 12mm wide angle), but I am worried that I will get to a place, if the shutter fails, that I will not be able to find a replacement body and will have 4 unusable lenses (including the kit lens). Can the Sony lenses be used on other brands of Compact System Cameras with APSC size sensors? Would I least be able to protect my investment in lenses? I thank you in advance for any and all replies.