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SonyAlpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera
 
4.6

(based on 70 reviews)

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94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Compact (54)
  • Great resolution (53)
  • Easy to use (40)
  • Large clear LCD (38)
  • Good in low light (37)

Cons

  • Short battery life (43)
  • Complicated controls (6)
  • Poor in low light (4)
  • No image stabilization (3)

Best Uses

  • Travel (50)
  • Family photos (39)
  • Low light (39)
  • Macro photography (21)
  • Weddings (19)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Photo enthusiast (28), Semi-pro photographer (20), Pro photographer (14)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (62)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

The Best DLSR Replacement

This camera plus Canon glass using the Metabones Mark III adapter is unstoppable. I previously owned a NEX-6, which I loved but the preservation of detail with a full frame sensor is quite...Read complete review

This camera plus Canon glass using the Metabones Mark III adapter is unstoppable. I previously owned a NEX-6, which I loved but the preservation of detail with a full frame sensor is quite noticeable. The camera looks and feels like an old school range finder but has a nice modern flare with very customizable buttons. Sony have really figured out how to make a digital diopter that is as functional and clear (if not better) than optical. I've tried both the A7 and A7R and I can tell you right now, the A7R is overkill. I notice minimal difference between the two cameras in both picture and video quality. The A7 seems to be even better for me since the battery life exceeds the hungry A7R and the A7 is sharper in low light. I've also sent uncompressed video from this camera via an Atomos NINJA 2 and the jump in detail is significant. The AVCHD codec in the A7 is fine but it crashes under highly detailed scenes. If you really want to use this in the field, an external recorder with a higher bit rate will really help. (see my attached green screen example). I haven't had enough time with this camera to make a full critical review, but it's a good sign when you use a camera for a few days, look at the pictures and your initial reaction is 'wow'. If you have Canon glass and are looking to upgrade your clunky DSLR, there's nothing better right now. The attached image was taken at full auto on the camera with a Canon 70-200mm and Metabones Mark III adapter.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Lightweight modern camera

Everyone has at least heard of this camera since it's release. It has an excellent sony exmor sensor known for its low ISO dynamic range and the uniformity if it's high ISO noise. The...Read complete review

Everyone has at least heard of this camera since it's release. It has an excellent sony exmor sensor known for its low ISO dynamic range and the uniformity if it's high ISO noise. The sensor alone is miles ahead of anything Canon has released to date. The EVF is phenomenal to use with focus peaking. It took me only a few hours to learn how to accurately focus with a 35/1.4.

That said, there are serious problems. My camera crashed multiple times within the few hours that I used it. Even requiring me to pull the battery out for a hard reset on a few occasions. The start time is a few seconds (slow compared to the .1 second start time of even my 6 year old rebel XT). Then there is the larger problem: the sleep from wake time is 2-3 seconds. The alternative is to constantly leave the camera active but then the rear LCD backlight is on which reduces the horrendous battery life from 300 photos to substantially fewer. You really need at least 3-4 batteries to make it through a 3-4 band concert. But wait! Sony doesn't include a battery charger so you'll have to spend 5 hours charging it by USB cable unless you pay another $30 for an off brand charger. The shutter lag between pressing the shutter and firing the shutter is 4x as long as a canon 1D3 and 2x as long as a 5D2, that just embarrassing.

It's a great concept but it would be prudent to wait for the second generation where they actually execute this camera to its fullest.

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5.0

Awesome Full Frame Camera

By THMfotography

from Texas

About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Can Use Nikon Flashes
  • Can Use Nikon Lenses
  • Easy to Use
  • Good in Low Light
  • Great Resolution
  • Small / Compact

Cons

  • Short Battery Life

Best Uses

  • Family Photos
  • Travel
  • Weddings/Events
  • Wildlife photos

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

I own a Nikon D810, D610, D300s, D200, D90, D80 and an N4004. Each
camera has a particular function depending on the job. If I have the choice of carrying less equipment and lighter equipment to get the job done, I always take my Sony A7 & A6000. I will choose to carry them 80% of the time job dependent. My Sony's take great pictures.

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5.0

It Is What It Is

By Bruno

from LA, CA

About Me Pro Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Good in Low Light
  • Great Resolution
  • Small / Compact

Cons

  • Complicated Controls
  • Electric Viewfinder
  • Short Battery Life

Best Uses

  • Travel

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

I have no complaints about this camera. Having switched over from a 5D Mark II, what I wanted was a smaller/light-weight/less-assuming body and that's exactly what I got.

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5.0

just fabulous

By carlisle gal

from carlisle pa

About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Great Resolution
  • Large Clear LCD
  • Small / Compact

Cons

  • Short Battery Life

Best Uses

  • Family Photos
  • Indoors/Low Light
  • Sports/Action
  • Travel

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

this is a fabulous camera with powers which belie its small size -- with the Zeiss lens the photos are clear and always focused

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5.0

fantastic IQ, highly customizable

By Mattthephotographer

from Washington, DC

About Me Pro Photographer

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Pros

  • Good video
  • Great Iqsize Balance
  • Great Resolution
  • Small / Compact

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Street shooting
    • Travel
    • Video

    Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

    I've have about 2 weeks of shooting experience with this lens and I'm excited about the prospects. The IQ is fantastic – that's not news at this point. I'm pretty old school when it comes to shooting– I use Aperture Priority when I'm feeling lazy– and so I love that I can deactivate the wheel and most of the buttons on the back so I won't accidentally bump them. I use C1 for changing the ISO and C2 for the color balance. The AE button is for viewer magnification– great for manual focus. Everything else is deactivated. Additionally, I've found it easier than I was expecting to focus manually. I can get it right with a 50mm 1.2 more often than not with a stationary object and because the EVF is set to automatically adjust brightness, I don't need IA'd lenses. Yes, when it gets REALLY dark it's a lot tougher, but wasn't it always?And, I actually like shooting video with this, compared to my Canon gear. More intuitive, less compromising ergonomically.This will make a great companion to my DSLR gear when the shoot calls for something more subtle and will definitely replace the pro gear on vacations/walk arounds.

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    5.0

    good

    By Lin

    from FL

    Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

    I like it

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    5.0

    Light!

    By Wander Ann Arbor

    from Ann Arbor, MI

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

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    Pros

    • Easy Controls
    • Easy to Use
    • Great Resolution
    • Large Clear LCD

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Travel

      Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

      I got the sony a day before an international trip. I used it for typical travel pictures. It did a good job. I do like having panoramic imaging available. The command dials make it fast and easy to get to preferred settings for aperture, shutter speed and ISO. You do not need to sort through menus.

      I will not use it for wildlife as it does not focus as quickly as my DSLR and the DSLR is a cropped sensor which is an advantage in wildlife work.

      I am quite pleased with this cute little camera.

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      5.0

      liking it a lot

      By RMP

      from Irvine CA

      About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

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        Cons

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            Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

            The A7 is still new to me, but seems to have been a good choice. I touch small in my hand, but I knew that getting into it.

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            5.0

            A Winner

            By Vernri

            from New York

            Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

            As my FF DSLR got heavier, I have been looking for a lighter and more compact slterativr. I thought the Fuji X line was it. Their glass was very good but the cameras despite improvements still are slow to focus. The Sony A7 is not. For scenic and portrait work it is very fast. The lens selection is limited now, but quality glass is available, ie Zeiss. The EVF is a pleasure to use, the brightness make it easier to focus/check focus, but the raw files need tweaking to get them back to what the EVF showed. I have not gotten rid of my Nikon and lenses yet, but I am shooting the Sony every day.

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            5.0

            "I would buy this product again and agai

            By Al Jeronazzo

            from New York

            About Me Pro Photographer

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              Cons

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                  Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                  I'm professional fashion photographer since 30 years.I sold my Nikon D800 and I bought A7.I never seen before a RAW like A7. Looks like analog film.In some cases I did'n need to use photoshop!And I have to say that the lens included in the kit is amazing.I suspect it made by Zeiss.........!Every shoot I say wow!

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                  4.0

                  The perfect travel companion

                  By Chad the trekker

                  from Chicago

                  About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                  Pros

                  • Easy to Use
                  • Small / Compact

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Travel

                    Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                    The perfect travel camera that allows you to use your creative self without all of the bulk

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                    5.0

                    Game Changer

                    By MrMendez20

                    from NYC

                    About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Easy to Use
                    • Great Resolution
                    • Large Clear LCD

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Family Photos
                      • Indoors/Low Light
                      • Travel
                      • Video

                      Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                      Full Frame mirrorless camera? I love what Sony is doing with their mirrorless technology, I had two pervious NEX models and now upgraded to the A7. The quality and ability to adapt this camera to countless lenses is perfect for any photographer. My personal favorite feature besides the full frame of course would be the apps that you can load directly to the camera. This tells me that Sony will continue to make this camera better over time as the ever growing tech world evolves.

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                      4.0

                      Friendly camera

                      By Shoestring shooter

                      from Cold Spring, NY

                      About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

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                      Pros

                      • Easy to Use
                      • Good resolution
                      • Small / Compact
                      • Small Body Large Sensor
                      • Technological Achievement

                      Cons

                      • Noisy Shutter
                      • Short Battery Life

                      Best Uses

                      • Macro Photography

                      Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                      I mostly shoot macro work of fine art. This camera gives me enough resolution and exposure range. It's friendly and easy to use. I give it a 4 and not a 5 because (1) Sony hasn't brought out enough lenses, the lenses they have brought out aren't all stellar, and they're rather expensive, and (2) Sony is probably going to bring out the next model pretty soon. Battery life is poor, too. But if those few issues weren't true, I'd give it a 5.

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                      5.0

                      Thrilled. No Regrets.

                      By Joe

                      from Western North Carolina

                      About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Easy to Use
                      • Good in Low Light
                      • Great Resolution
                      • Large Clear LCD
                      • Small / Compact

                      Cons

                      • Short Battery Life

                      Best Uses

                      • Family Photos
                      • Indoors/Low Light
                      • Travel
                      • Weddings/Events
                      • Wildlife photos

                      Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                      Switched to mirrorless Sony A7 after 30+ years of photography. Upgraded from 7-year-old semi-pro APSC DSLR. Have shot 35mm SLR & DSLR, as well as medium format SLR, TLR and view cameras. So far, I'm thrilled, and have no regrets. Here are some of the issues I was concerned about prior to purchase.Size: Feels great in the hand, similar in size to a metal bodied SLR from the '60s or '70s. Perfect size, and I carry it with me a LOT more than I did my DSLR.Viewfinder & Screen: I was very worried about loosing the optical viewfinder. Not only have I not thought about it after the first hour or two of shooting, but I've found I love being able to see DOF and exposure adjustments in the viewfinder. Assumed I would hate the tilting screen, and would have preferred a fixed screen. Turns out, tilt screen is a huge advantage when working from a tripod. I'm amazed at how much more pleasant still life/table top work is.Focus: There's nothing scientific about my assessment, but having read so much about it's "sluggish" AF performance, I expected to find that it was noticeably slower than my DSLR. That wasn't the case at all. I have not tried to shoot a sporting event, but I've shot many pictures of my pets, which are up close moving targets, and I'd say I had about the same success rate with this camera as I did with my DSLR. It's worth noting that I usually shoot with center point, single servo focus, rather than automatic or continuous focus modes, and tend to anticipate movement and let action pass through the frame whenever possible, rather than trusting camera to achieve focus on complex or moving subjects. Keeping that in mind, I've been very happy with the AF performance. But if you've been shooting a more modern DSLR and are accustomed to it achieving focus in complex situations, you might feel differently.Lens Size: Aside from the significant issues of limited selection and annoyingly high cost, I was worried about the size of the 55, which looked big. (Before buying the A7, my goal was to have compact 50 & 20 primes for carrying around with a DSLR, and I wanted small glass.) Turns out, the 55 is fine. It feels about the same size as older manual AIS glass, maybe a little longer. It's not the pancake I was dreaming of, but its size has never bothered me once I started shooting with it. And it's a great lens, producing wonderfully sharp detail in combination with the short DOF made possible by the sensor. The images are fantastic.Build: Very solid, very well made. But it's no DSLR. I'm careful with it in a way that I wasn't with my DSLR. For example, when I say I can "put it in my laptop bag," I mean I put it in a protective case within my laptop bag; I wouldn't just dump it in there. But it strikes a very nice balance between feeling very well crafted while not being cumbersomely heavy. The true test will be in 5+ years. And if I was doing a lot of event coverage, and was jostling through crowds with my cameras dangling around my neck, I might prefer a DSLR. But it's well enough made that returning it never crossed my mind; it's definitely got a quality feel to it.Overall: As another reviewer said, it has helped make me excited about photography again. I loved my DSLR, but the difference between the A7 and a DSLR remind me a little of the differences between medium format SLRs and TLRs. SLRS always got the job done, but they weren't much fun. TLRs were a joy to shoot with, and any quirks they had simply became part of the photographic process. The A7 is kind of like a TLR, but without the inherent shortcomings. And like the TLR, I'm excited about picking it up and taking pictures, rather than having mixed feelings about schlepping a lot of heavy gear.

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                      5.0

                      Outstanding product

                      By Marcelo

                      from Rio, Brazil

                      About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

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                      Pros

                      • Easy to Use
                      • Good in Low Light
                      • Great Resolution
                      • Small / Compact

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                          Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                          First time I ever write a review. I shoot mostly landscape and seascape and after a trip to New Zealand I returned home with longstanding low back pain due to heavyweight equipment I carried with me: Nikon D800, Nikon 16-35mm f/4; Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8; Nikon 105mm f/2.8; and Nikon 24-120mm f/4 + filters, batteries and an aluminum Manfrotto tripod. Although I am fully satisfied owner of that equipment set, I felt the need of a smaller yet good camera to carry around more often. I also wanted to step into the field of street photography and DSLRs were way too big and clumsy for that matter. Just my opinion, though.
                          Knowing Sony has built a great reputation of creating camera sensors and having enjoyed them myself with the D800, I felt Sony´s A7 might be the perfect candidate. I shoot RAW; I ETTR; I am picky with low ISO noise and also enjoy having the possibility of getting usable high ISO files. So prior to buying the A7 I´ve actually downloaded A7´s RAW files for close inspection and was pretty impressed by what I´ve seen. When I got to B&H´s superstore I quickly felt that it was the right camera.
                          So here´s what I got: Sony A7 + Sonnar 35mm f/2.8, Sonnar 55mm f/1.8, Nikon 20mm f/2.8D + Metabones adaptor. I got that Nikon with the sole purpose of shooting landscape once in a while, but it turned out to be an interesting lens for street photography as well.
                          Camera body is small and very lightweight but that´s the whole point. Paired with both Zeiss lenses and the Nikon + Metabones, it felt comfortable on my hands. It´s perfect for street photography.
                          What constantly blows me away is what really matters: image quality. It´s hard to believe that there´s such a capable 35mm sensor inside that small body. RAW files are crystal clear, practically noise free, and I haven´t noticed any sort of image degradation caused by the controversial lossless RAW compression algorithm.
                          Both Zeiss lenses are stunning. They will get you tack sharp images SOOC. Focusing is not as slow as I thought it would be, but it certainly isn´t as nearly as accurate as a DSLRs. The Nikon 20mm f/2.8 D, on the other hand, provides average to good image quality (say, between 6 and 7 in a 10 point scale). It´s cheap and lightweight though and tackles the lack of dedicated Sony/Zeiss lenses on the wide angle field of view, at least for a while. Focusing and setting aperture manually has led me to shoot with a mildly paced mindset. It´s something that I enjoy but obviously a matter of personal taste.
                          I don´t think battery life is really an issue. It dies faster than DSLR batteries but it´s not what people go around saying.
                          Summing up, I think Sony has nailed it: A7 is a fantastic camera and I definitely recommend buying it.

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                          5.0

                          "Less really is more!"

                          By JourneyswiththeMessiah.

                          from Alpharetta, GA

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                          Pros

                          • Easy to Use
                          • Fast Shutter Speed
                          • Good in Low Light
                          • Great Resolution
                          • Large Clear LCD
                          • Small / Compact

                          Cons

                          • Limited Zoom

                          Best Uses

                          • Indoors/Low Light
                          • Travel

                          Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                          When Sony introduced the fixed-lens RX1, I thought, "If only they had made it with interchangeable lenses and a viewfinder." The a7 series is that camera. I spent a lot of time testing both the a7 and a7r, eventually choosing the a7 for my personal needs. Although the a7r packs a massive amount of resolution, I felt the combined focus systems of the a7 fit my needs for photographing people and the 24 megapixel sensor delivers excellent resolution. It actually produces a better capture than my Canon 5D Mark III. My biggest concern was whether the a7 could deliver the focus speed and viewfinder refresh rate I need to photograph people. Indeed it does. Along with the accuracy of the EVF, turning off the " instant review" makes using this camera very similar to using a DSLR. For now, I carry it with the Zeiss 55 F1.8 and, because of its tiny size, I am confident that I will not miss an important opportunity because I do not have enough sensor. Other than super fast action photography, this camera does not take a backseat to a DSLR.

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                          5.0

                          Breathtaking photos in a compact package

                          By Phoxrox

                          from Phoenix AZ

                          About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                          Pros

                          • Easy to Use
                          • Fast Shutter Speed
                          • Good in Low Light
                          • Great Resolution
                          • Large Clear LCD
                          • Small / Compact

                          Cons

                          • Poor Image Stabilization
                          • Short Battery Life

                          Best Uses

                          • Family Photos
                          • Indoors/Low Light
                          • Macro Photography
                          • Travel
                          • Weddings/Events
                          • Wildlife photos

                          Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                          Up to this point, all of my cameras have been MFT, but I have an extensive collection of legacy and MF lenses. I still love my MFT cameras for their compact size/weight and utility, and they will continue to be my go-to choice for much of my photographic needs. And I have to say, the quality of MFT is more than satisfactory for what I do, including RAW, video, HDR, etc. That being said, this Sony A7 has opened up a whole new world for me, particularly with my legacy lenses. The IQ is even more spectacular than MFT, but they both have their strong suits. While there have been some complaints I have read about the controls/menus of the A7 or lack of this or that feature, I don't find it to be any more or less user-friendly or full-featured than anything else. It is easy enough to learn and use. There are also not a lot of native lenses for this camera. So what, I have my MFT cameras for auto focus and auto everything else - I will use the A7 for the time being for creating masterpieces with manual glass. Sure, I am paying for the auto features now, but I may want those later, and the cost of this camera is very competitive with other full frame mirrorless choices, if you know what I mean.

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                          5.0

                          Very enjoyable camera

                          By felixie

                          from San Diego, CA

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                          Pros

                          • Easy to Use
                          • Fast Shutter Speed
                          • Great Resolution
                          • High Dynamic Range
                          • Small / Compact

                          Cons

                          • Noise at high ISO
                          • Short Battery Life

                          Best Uses

                          • Family Photos
                          • Wildlife photos

                          Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                          This camera is light, yet feels good in hand. very convenient menu access when you customize and get used to it. Love the DRO feature, perfect for gloomy days. wifi and NFC works perfectly. Two batteries are generally enough but I've got three. Perfect with my old FD and FL lenses. EVF looks great although barely use it in practice.
                          Only drawback is the high ISO performance. But still it's good for the price.

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                          5.0

                          Excellent Camera

                          By Terry

                          from NJ

                          About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                          Pros

                          • Great Resolution
                          • Large Clear LCD
                          • Small / Compact

                          Cons

                          • Short Battery Life

                          Best Uses

                          • Family Photos
                          • Indoors/Low Light
                          • Macro Photography
                          • Nature

                          Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                          Fantastic image quality from this camera. Makes me happy I went full frame.

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                          5.0

                          thanks sony

                          By vh

                          from Philadelphia

                          About Me Pro Photographer

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                          Pros

                          • Easy to Use
                          • Good in Low Light
                          • Great Resolution

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                              Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                              Nice and small, great sensor. I have sold all my Canon gear and would do it again, no regrets.

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                              5.0

                              excelent camera

                              By Luis Corona

                              from Mexico City

                              About Me Pro Photographer

                              Pros

                              • Easy to Use
                              • Good in Low Light
                              • Great Resolution
                              • Small / Compact

                              Cons

                              • Short Battery Life

                              Best Uses

                              • Family Photos
                              • Indoors/Low Light
                              • Travel

                              Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

                              There are so many reviews in english so for the people that we speak spanish im make my review in spanish (there are a few reviews with the same things)Me encanto esta camara tiene un diseño unico y un peso increible, si te encanta la calidad de imagen ya sea para ser tu primera camara o una camara de viaje de tu equipo de trabajo es la mejor opcion, tiene muchas opciones por configurar y siempre te hace sentir como si fuera un equipo propio no importando si usas otras marcas de camara. Lo positivoEs una camara Full FramePoco pesoUn excelente BackupOpcion a usar tu optica con adaptadores sin perder su distancia focal inicialLos archivos RAW de buen peso y buena calidadEl material de construcción es bueno La opcion de NFC WIFI es muy facil de usar para subir o compartir alguna foto en tiempo real la camara convierte un archivo RAW en JPG para que lo pueda leer el telefono y poder compartir en tiempo real algun momentoLo NegativoPocas opciones de optica del fabricante o de otros fabricantes *por el momento estoy ansioso por ver que desarolla sigmaEl enfoque es algo lento en condiciones de poca luzPor MejorarMe gustaria que se pudiera apgar el LCD posterior de la camara para ahorrar bateria con una opcion mas sencilla de acceso *como la fuji x100s

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