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.
Compact, Sharp 30x zoom lens, Good control layout
Excellent optical image stabilisation, Built-in Wifi and GPS linking
Very good image quality, Lots of zoom in a compact body
Lightweight and compact, despite housing 30x zoom
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
Compact design with APS-C image sensor
Delivers outstanding still images
A good level of sharpness throughout the frame
Image quality is exceptional, super-sharp lens
Touch-screen operation is seamlessly integrated
World's smallest DSLR, Truly compact body
Small body size, Touchscreen
Very small and light with good grip for small to medium-size hands
Has shooting modes for every type of photographer from casual to advanced
Sharp lens, 20x zoom range
Quicker GPS and better image quality
Finger rail grip, Better than average noise control
Excellent photos you'd expect from a large sensor
Screen is more than adequate for image composition in even bright light
Great image quality, Small footprint despite large APS-C sensor
Good build quality, Controls are sensibly arranged
Attractive price, APS-C image sensor
Strong stills, weak video
Image quality is excellent
User interface is perfect for consumers stepping up from P&S digital cameras
Sharp lens, Integrated Wi-Fi
Built-in Wifi and GPS via a smartphone
Good image quality versus competitors
Compact, svelte design
Image quality is slightly better than on the previous SX260
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