Sony A5000 Mirrorless Camera Reviews Roundup

Sony has announced the new A5000 mirrorless camera. After the official announcement we have posted first impressions and hands-on photos for the mirrorless shooter.

First Sony A5000 reviews started to surface over the web. PhotographyBlog posted their review for the A5000 camera. ePhotozine posted their full review with many high-resolution sample images. You can read another Sony A5000 review at TechRadar. See their conclusions below.

The NEX-3 successor mirrorless camera Sony A5000 features a 20.1MP EXMOR APS-C CMOS sensor, Bionz X processor, and built-in Wi-Fi.

Sony A5000 Mirrorless Camera Reviews Roundup

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From PhotographyBlog conclusion :

With an official price-tag of £420 / $500 with the 16-50mm kit lens, the Sony A5000 is a little more expensive than the previous NEX-3N model, but it still significantly undercuts the company’s own high-end compact, the RX100 MK II, and is more than competitive with rival models. Highly Recommended!

From ePhotozine conclusion :

For those looking for one of the smallest possible mirrorless cameras with an APS-C CMOS sensor, with a built in flash and built in Wi-Fi, the Sony Alpha A5000 would make an excellent choice, especially as it is competitively priced.

From TrustedReviews verdict :

The Sony A5000 is a very good everyday compact system camera that offers a lot for its entry-level price. It’s just a shame Sony has chosen to stick with a slightly underwhelming screen.

Sony A5000 Price & Availability

Sonhy A5000 mirrorless camera price is $598. Sony A5000 is available in black, silver and white.

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Sony A5000 also features NFC for easy Wi-Fi connectivity; a 3″ 460K-dot LCD that flips forward for easy self-portraits; a built-in pop-up flash; and a zoom control built into the body to control power zoom lenses.