'world’s smallest, lightest interchangeable lens camera'
'extremely capable camera'
'Despite rife competition, this Sony still manages to offer ample appeal despite a couple of bumps in the road along the way.'
Crammed in between the Alpha 5000 and 6000
Sony's entry-level CSC stays simple, but adds Wi-Fi and a top-end processor
It's one of the smallest and lightest cameras of its type, and it has a heck of an auto mode
The Alpha A5000 is excellent for those of leaving the land of compacts for an interchangeable lens camera, but to achieve its affordable price, there are limitations.
Sony's enthusiast-level SLT gets a speed boost as well as better image quality
'The camera is also equipped with Sony's latest processor, the Bionz X, something which is also found in the A7/A7R. '
'Despite the significant resolution the A6000 does a really good job of handling image rendering. '
With the latest enhancements, Sony’s new Alpha A6000 is one of the best CSCs you can buy.
'most complete all-in-one camera'
'If you’re after an all-purpose camera you’ll never have to upgrade with lenses, and don’t mind that it's not far off an entry-level DSLR in size, the RX10 II is simply excellent. '
'Hot shoe for external strobes. '
'Nice extension of the A7 series.'
'Image quality is also high, although it pays to shoot raw files to have the maximum flexibility with colour, brightness and dynamic range.'
'Sturdy build and small scale design'
Films in 4K, but only with an external recorder
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