Latest review: It's on the market for quite a while now but it still holds its value. It has good built quality, a nice grip and a perfect size to be carry around all day. This camera offers a lot of great features
Latest review: This camera is slightly bigger and heavier than A6000 and A6300 and it feels more premium and solid. It's made for any occasion, featuring 4D focus technology, 5-axis image stabilization, 4K 120
Latest review: Best camera I own for the time being.
With a 42M IBIS* sensor, 5 frames/sec, over 400 focusing points, ISO invariance*, you can't possibly get wrong with a shot (you are out of luck if you did).
Latest review: Great camera, the quality of the 4k is great, 120fps on the 1080 is also amazing. I love the low light capabilities, one of the main reasons I bought this camera.
My only issues is with the Image
Latest review: This camera can be bought fairly cheaply these days and can give you SLR picture quality in a tiny package. I bought mine last year with the EF adapter for the bargain price of $475, so keep an eye
Latest review: I had the original A7 and A6000, then I upgraded to A6000 to A6500. Only to be completed if I upgraded A7 to A7III.
All the reviews online are pretty accurate. While there is no perfect camera, A7
Latest review: I mostly shoot Canon (plus a few older film cameras). Canon has been notoriously slow to the mirrorless market, and their first few mirrorless releases were ordinary to say the least. But the M5
Latest review: This is my first FF mirrorless camera and it's easy to use, it's an all-rounder for my hobby so I just carry it all the time, I put on it a zoom lens - the FE 24-240mm which is capable to capture
Latest review: I bought the A7 because of the specs. Here’s what I found out on first usage and I don’t like: the mirrorless part. It’s strange looking through the viewfinder to see a mini digital screen; it’s not n