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
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.
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.
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