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.
Great quality rivals DSLRs of similar resolution
An affordable full-frame CSC
Pros: Affordable, small size.
Once in a while we are treated to a groundbreaking camera that astounds us. For 2013, it’s Sony's Alpha A7 compact mirrorless full-frame camera.
Full-featured, best-performing super-zoom
One-size-fits-all bridge cameras are often touted as DSLR alternatives, but they’ve always lacked great performance and image quality – until Sony’s Cyber-shot RX10 showed up, that is.
Delivers excellent photos, speedy performance
Excellent high ISO performance
Chromatic aberrations are well controlled and colours accurate
Image quality is at the top of its class
Delivers excellent photo quality for the money
Inexpensive, SLR-like design, Built-in EVF
Image quality is excellent for such a cheap camera
Intelligent control layout familiar from the NEX system
Smallest, lightest camera with a 30x zoom
Provides excellent results from ISO 100-400
30x optical zoom in a pocketable body, Good image quality
Seamless Wi-Fi and remote viewfinder capabilities
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