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This product has a FreakScore of 4.6 out of 10 based on 638 scores.
Bruce Buckman is confused by Sony’s new interchangeable lens camera. Like Olympus’s E-PL1 also reviewd this issue, Sony’s NEX-5 wants bring the advantages of a dLSR sensor and an interchangeable lens system to a novice user audience in small compact camera format. Read more
A distinctively-styled, ultra-compact, interchangeable-lens camera that can record Full HD video clips with stereo soundtracks.Although Sony claims its new NEX-5 as the world’s smallest and lightest interchangeable-lens camera, this can only apply to the camera body itself, which is similar in size... Read more
Compact design with DSLR capabilities; excellent burst mode; solid image quality; innovative modes including Sweep Panorama; HD movie recording with stereo audio Read more
This is s a fine camera capable of producing lovely photographs. However, the drawback with using the larger sensor is the necessity for a larger lens, and in this case the bulk of the lens unbalances the overall design. Still, it is an excellent lens. Read more
At the time of its Australian release (May 10, 2010) the NEX-5K was touted as the world’s smallest and lightest interchangeable lens digital camera body and indeed has proven to be both of those things.The body alone weighs in at just 287g with both the battery and memory card on board and even when... Read more