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SonyAlpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera
 
4.6

(based on 96 reviews)

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    (70)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (19)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

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    (2)

94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Great resolution (69)
  • Compact (68)
  • Easy to use (53)
  • Large clear LCD (48)
  • Good in low light (47)

Cons

  • Short battery life (51)
  • Complicated controls (6)
  • Lag / shutter delay (4)
  • Poor in low light (4)
  • No image stabilization (3)

Best Uses

  • Travel (64)
  • Low light (50)
  • Family photos (49)
  • Macro photography (29)
  • Weddings (26)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Photo enthusiast (33), Semi-pro photographer (29), Pro photographer (16), Casual photographer (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (78)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

The Sony a7 is great. But compared to the Sony a6000?

The Sony a7 is a great camera. Whether or not it's worth the upgrade from the crop sensor Sony a6000 really depends on the what you plan on photographing. The two cameras are similar...Read complete review

The Sony a7 is a great camera. Whether or not it's worth the upgrade from the crop sensor Sony a6000 really depends on the what you plan on photographing. The two cameras are similar in size, and features, but the a7 has the look and feel of a more 'professional' camera. Compared the a6000, both the viewfinder and LCD screen on the a7 are larger, and have better resolution. I do prefer the location of the viewfinder on the a7, as it's more in the center of the camera.

Both cameras share many features include wifi, movable LCD screen, and the option to add on apps such as time lapse. Both cameras have nice filters such as HDR painting, pop, and sepia. The a7 does have nice extras such as a weather-resistant body, and the ability to shoot at a shutter speed of 1/8000 of a second. But the a6000 is much faster at focusing, and can shoot up to 11 shots per second, compared to the a7's 5 shots per second. Both cameras have awful battery life.

As expected, the full frame a7 of has the advantage in getting clean images in low light, but the a6000 does pretty well in low light. The a7 clearly has less noise at high ISOs. In a good lighting environment, the a7 produces beautiful images, even when equipped with the kit lens, which is currently what I have.

If there was an option of 4.5 stars, I would pick that because of the pitiful battery life, and the focus speed. But overall I am very satisfied with the Sony a7, and I highly recommend it.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

TERRIBLE

I would not recommend Sony cameras to ANYONE. I never write reviews of things, but I am so disgusted by Sony that I felt motivated to warn other people. From beginning to end,...Read complete review

I would not recommend Sony cameras to ANYONE. I never write reviews of things, but I am so disgusted by Sony that I felt motivated to warn other people. From beginning to end, I have had an egregious experience, both in terms of the camera itself and the customer care. As a serious photographer, I wanted a mirrorless camera for everyday shooting. After saving up for a long time, I bought the sony alpha 7 camera, whose body and lens set me back $[$]. It was a big purchase, but I told myself I'd be getting years of use out of this "top quality camera." When spring break came around and I had my first chance to use it, I couldn't have been more excited. But as soon as I started using this brand new camera, I realized something was wrong—to start with, the camera didn't focus properly; even photos that I did manage to focus manually and that I took in broad daylight on a fast shutterspeed would turn out blurred or hazy. Furthermore, the camera would turn off spontaneously even when fully charged, and wouldn't stay in playback mode when I wanted to review the images. Disappointed, I sent it in for repair. The camera was "repaired" and the issues remained. I call Sony—they tell me to send it in for repair again (keep in mind this is after wasting tons of time on the hotline number). OK—I take time out of my day to get the camera to FedEx, pack it up properly, and ship it off. After a few weeks, the camera is returned after being "fully repaired." As soon as I get it out of the packing box I try it out…problems still persist. I call Sony AGAIN, and explain that I have sent the camera in twice and would like to speak with someone about getting a new camera to replace this clearly defective one. I am told, after multiple phone calls with indifferent customer service reps, that "they are not in a position to give me a replacement camera." I ask them to put me in touch with someone who IS in a position to do so. I also ask for an email address where I can send my photographs, so that Sony will see firsthand what problems I am experiencing with their camera. I am told someone will get back to me within 24-48 hours. When they finally DO call back, I am in a meeting and miss the call by 5 minutes. Unfortunately, there is no call back number—they simply provide the main hotline number, where I had to go through the ENTIRE call process again, explain everything to a new customer service rep, only to be told that "someone will get back to me within 24-48 hours." AGAIN. Finally, I get the call from someone who I believe will speak with me about getting a replacement camera. Instead, I speak with a totally unapologetic customer service representative, who tells me, like all the others that she "is not in a position to offer me a replacement camera." She tells me that Sony has reviewed the image samples I have sent them and agree that something is wrong with the camera, and that I must send it in for repair. Flabbergasted, I tell her this would be the THIRD time I've sent the camera in for repair. With absolutely no apology, and a tone of complete indifference, she tells me that "warranty covers repair, not replacement." So there you go. Hours wasted on the phone, a $3,000 dollar camera that doesn't work, and I am once again "sending the camera off for repair for a third time. Sony, you should be ashamed.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

New Life for Old Lenses

By Jan

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

I have taken less than 100 photographs with the Sony A7 and my first impression is that it produces beautiful images. The exposure was righton every time and the sensor technology appears to strike a pleasing balance between resolution, dynamic range and low light capability.
I own 4 Leica-R objectives, bellows R and an attachment for photomicrography. All of these returned to an active life when the micro four thirds interchangeable lens cameras became available but with a crop factor of two only a quarter of the original field is captured. With the appearance of the Sony A7 temptation struck and I gladly caved in. Here was a camera that followed the path of my loved micro four thirds cameras. The EVF is beautiful and my Leica optics are restored to their former glory with the help of a Fotodiox Pro adapter.

My lenses are:

Elmarit-R 2.8/35
Summicron-R 2/50
Macro Elmarit-R 2.8/60
Macro Elmar-R 4/100

All of them work just fine. Most of my trial photos so far are landscapes. To my surprise I returned to the old method of setting the distance by the use of the Depth-of-Field scale and liked it.

 
4.0

Great Camera.......and no battery charger?

By Joe

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

Okay, I waited awhile to get the Sony full frame camera as I shoot mostly with Nikon DSLRs. I've shot Canon DSLRs, Fuji X, Ricoh, etc. cameras and I've helped students with a variety of digital cameras. I pretty much knew what I was getting into. In short, I love them all, but I'm aware that each system is different and some are better suited for certain types of photography than others. And visa-versa.

I purchased the Sony 50mm 1.8 at the same time. One of the many reasons that I held off was to make sure Sony got their act together (which they did of course) and until they came out with an affordable 50mm which they did. So far, I'm loving it. While many photogs are using mirrorless for weddings and other pro work, I'm not quite there yet. I've tried working the Fujis in but I'm far more confident with my Nikons.

The Sony finally gives me full frame in a small camera. I plan to get the Sony 28mm 2.8 and that's all I'll need. I can always use my generic off camera manual flash set up if needed. (I'll stick with Nikon (or Canon) for the TTL stuff. The Sony A7 is great for street photography, travel, landscape, and all around take everywhere kind of camera.

While I was really put off by their menu lay out at first (I knew that I would be though) I'm getting more accustomed to it. I'm happy that they have a quick menu (sort of) and I can customize a few buttons to help me navigate the menus and settings. But there main menu is a joke. But I knew it would be,so no big deal. I have noticed that for landscape photography and using the LCD screen (tripod mounted camera) the Sony A7 is very intuitive and downright fluid to work with.

I pretty much think that Sony is wrong in not providing a battery charger. I knew I'd have to work around this but .......really? No charger? It's not like the battery will last all weekend. More like a couple of hours or so.

It's quirky of course, but it's definitely a keeper.

 
5.0

Great quality compact camera

By Barbara

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

I wanted a quality camera to carry with me when I bicycle tour. The the Sony a7 met all my requirements. Compared to my Nikon gear this is small, lightweight and weatherproof. And it's full frame.

 
4.0

Terrific lightweight full frame mirrorless

By Janet

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

I also have the Alpha a7RII. I use the a7 when I want a lighter body to carry around and don't necessarily need all the megapixels of the a7RII. The a7 is smart, light, fast accurate autofocus, terrific viewfinder and a great companion to the slightly heftier a7RII. Nice walk around camera.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Sony A7 product line is stellar

By David

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

My original intent with this camera body was to have a modern platform for my collection of Leica M lenses by adapting them to the A7 with the Hawks M to E mount adapter (all of my Leica lenses work with this setup both older Leica M lenses and the newer digital Leica lenses). The Leica glass on this camera body is amazing and images are sharp and vibrant. Also, it's very easy to use the Leica lenses in manual mode on the A7. I was so impressed I bought the Vello Nikon F to E mount adapter for my older Nikon lenses to use on the A7. I was equally impressed. I tested the 20mm f2.8 and 300mm f4 Nikon lenses and obtained very good results. The A7 and my Leica lenses will be my new travel systems - small, compact, and lightweight. The A7 is so compact, light, and produces stunning images that I really wished I had gone mirroless sooner.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice Platform for my older Leica Lenses

By David

from Undisclosed

Site Member

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

I bought this camera along with a Hawks Leica M Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera Macro Helicoid Adapter V5.  I wanted a platform for my older Leica glass in a Mirrorless configuration.  The Sony A7 line provide a great choice for this purpose.  I've tested all my older Leica M lenses - 28 Elmarit, 35 Summicron, 40 Summicron, 50 Summicron, and a Leica made 90mm f4 Rokkor and all work great and produce stunningly sharp and vibrant images.  Also, the Hawks adapter allows closer focusing with its Helicoid adapter.  I also have a Leica M digital (typ 262) and have the 50mm f2.4 and 75mm 2.4 Summarits - new digitally enabled.  The Summarits also work great on the Sony A7.  The big advantage is a very lightweight camera outfit along with the stunning Leica lenses.  My DSLR equipment was getting to cumbersome for travel - I will still use the DSLR equipment but not for travel.  I don't own any Sony E lenses but just ordered a Nikon F mount to Sony E mount adapter since I have 30 years worth of Nikon gear.  So far, the Sony A7 is a fantastic camera and wed with Leica glass is a real winner.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Update after many months - my default camera now!!

By Alberto

from Undisclosed

Site Member

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

I wrote a review shortly after buying the camera, last December. After using it for all these months, my opinion has only improved, if that is even possible. This is a phenomenal camera. You can see more about why I think this way, and some of the images that the camera is capable of here:

http://fourbillionyears.org/why-the-sony-a7-is-now-my-flagship-camera/

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Love it so Far

By Sammy

from Los Angeles, CA

About Me Casual Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Fast Shutter Speed
  • Great Resolution
  • Large Clear LCD

Cons

  • No built in flash.

Best Uses

  • Family Photos
  • Travel

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

I am really liking this camera. It is a great mirrorless smaller camera with a lot of features. I have already had some great pictures while on vacation. I am just getting started and I am already excited with all the possibilities. I am already looking at getting some more lenses to try with the camera and then only thing I will definitely need is a flash for some low light pictures since there is not built in flash.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

You won't regret it

By Jamesonym

from Glendale, CA

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

Ah man, I've owned canon gear for years and never thought the mirror less cameras would ever come close to the practicality of the DSLRs. But for some reason I decided to invest in this camera and after owning it for a couple weeks I can tell you that it is one of the best investments I've made. The capabilities of the tiny body are amazing! If you purchase the Sony a7, you won't regret it.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Value for Money Full Frame Camera

By Vishal

from Sao Paulo

About Me Photo Enthusiast

Verified Reviewer

Pros

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

Cons

  • Lag / Shutter Delay
  • Short Battery Life

Best Uses

  • Family Photos
  • Indoors/Low Light
  • Travel

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

Just bought this camera a week back . Have been using Nikon D7000 for quite sometime .

My comments :

1. Very happy with service of B&H
2. Great product considering price point .
3. Very light and handy for travel
4. Getting great pics with Kit lens. I am sure prime lens will give much better results
5. I found camera menus pretty freindly .

Happy with my purchase till now !

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  • No

(6 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Sony the best camera in the market

By Riad

from M�xico city

Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

Great camera, beatiful pictures and great variety of lens

(5 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very good camera

By James

from Brooklyn ny

About Me Pro Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

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

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Travel
    • Wildlife photos

    Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

    quite and fast the greatest camera i ever used

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (4 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Excellent camera. Very nice quality photos and camera

    By Maxpilot

    from Santa Barbara, CA

    About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

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

    Cons

    • Battery life

    Best Uses

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

    Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

    I love the A7. Smal, crisp, easy to program. A real delight and I truly love this camera!

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    • No

    (12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Spectacular Image Quality

    By fourbillionyears

    from Athens, GA

    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

    • Landscape
    • Travel

    Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

    I bought this camera exclusively to use manual focus lenses, mostly wide angle and "normal" OM Zuiko primes, but also some longer focal lengths. I do a lot of landscape photography with Olympus micro four thirds. The problem with the film primes is that wide angle lenses are no longer wide angle on the crop sensor. I wanted to see what the wide angle film primes could deliver on a full frame sensor. The results are nothing short of spectacular. The lenses came into their own, and the sensor delivers.Yes, there are a few issues, chiefly vignetting, but stopping down and doing some post processing takes care of that, and in any case it is not the camera's fault, but simply the fact that digital is not 100% backwards compatible with film-era products. The quality of the raw files is magnificent. The detail and dynamic range are marvelous. I have so far stayed at low ISO's, but have done a few test shots at high ISO and noise is not a problem at least up to ISO 3200. I mostly shoot with a tripod, so lack of image stabilization is not a problem. The color rendition is not up to Olympus standards, but it can be fixed (for the most part) in post processing. It just takes a bit more of work, and one must accept the fact that each sensor has its own color characteristics, and that a perfect match to what I am used to is unlikely to be possible. Both the viewfinder and LCD provide excellent images. Focus peaking and image magnification work very well and make manual focusing a piece of cake. Although unfamiliar at first, the menu system is very straightforward and took me just a few minute to be comfortable with it. Assigning functions to buttons took care of essentially all of my needs. Battery life is short, perhaps 150 - 200 shots, with MF lenses which I assume drain less power than AF. But so what? Carry a couple of charged spares. Build quality does not feel as solid as flagship Olympus gear, but is nevertheless excellent, and I expect no problems under all reasonable usage conditions. In summary, this is a superb combination of sensor with all the additional hardware needed to produce the best possible raw files. I cannot comment on jpg quality, as I do not use it. I do not plan to use any native AF lenses, nor to use the camera for video, so I cannot comment on any of these aspects either. All I can say is that when the A7r goes on sale I may go for one.

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    • No

    (6 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Great camera! Purchased after getting a7Rii

    By John

    from Tennessee

    About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Great Resolution
    • Small / Compact

    Cons

      Best Uses

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

      Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

      If you are not shooting sports this camera is a best value and delivers excellent full frame quality. I have an a7Rii and a7ii and decided I wanted the a7 (Cyber Monday deal) at $. This camera produces excellent photos with excellent detail for the 24MP sensor range. Easily blows away the 5Diii in every category besides sports/low light, unless of course you MF.If you are looking for the best Full Frame value that will deliver crazy good results, don't hesitate to step into the FF arena with the Sony a7.

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      • No

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Just took it out for my first shoot- using a fixed 50mm 1.8

      By Luchi

      from Delray Beach, FL

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Fast Shutter Speed
      • Good in Low Light
      • Great Resolution
      • Small / Compact

      Cons

      • Short Battery Life

      Best Uses

      • Indoors/Low Light
      • Macro Photography
      • Travel
      • Wildlife photos

      Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

      so far the compactness and weight are my biggest joy, as my neck used to get very painful with my old SLR, after I would mount lenses on it- crazy about it and the pics are crisp, clear and brillaint colors- so far I'm loving it- now I need to learn all the bells and whistles!

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      • No

      (136 of 194 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      TERRIBLE

      By Susannah

      from New York, NY

      About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

      Pros

        Cons

        • Poor Image Quality

        Best Uses

          Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

          I would not recommend Sony cameras to ANYONE. I never write reviews of things, but I am so disgusted by Sony that I felt motivated to warn other people. From beginning to end, I have had an egregious experience, both in terms of the camera itself and the customer care. As a serious photographer, I wanted a mirrorless camera for everyday shooting. After saving up for a long time, I bought the sony alpha 7 camera, whose body and lens set me back $[$]. It was a big purchase, but I told myself I'd be getting years of use out of this "top quality camera." When spring break came around and I had my first chance to use it, I couldn't have been more excited. But as soon as I started using this brand new camera, I realized something was wrong—to start with, the camera didn't focus properly; even photos that I did manage to focus manually and that I took in broad daylight on a fast shutterspeed would turn out blurred or hazy. Furthermore, the camera would turn off spontaneously even when fully charged, and wouldn't stay in playback mode when I wanted to review the images. Disappointed, I sent it in for repair. The camera was "repaired" and the issues remained. I call Sony—they tell me to send it in for repair again (keep in mind this is after wasting tons of time on the hotline number). OK—I take time out of my day to get the camera to FedEx, pack it up properly, and ship it off. After a few weeks, the camera is returned after being "fully repaired." As soon as I get it out of the packing box I try it out…problems still persist. I call Sony AGAIN, and explain that I have sent the camera in twice and would like to speak with someone about getting a new camera to replace this clearly defective one. I am told, after multiple phone calls with indifferent customer service reps, that "they are not in a position to give me a replacement camera." I ask them to put me in touch with someone who IS in a position to do so. I also ask for an email address where I can send my photographs, so that Sony will see firsthand what problems I am experiencing with their camera. I am told someone will get back to me within 24-48 hours. When they finally DO call back, I am in a meeting and miss the call by 5 minutes. Unfortunately, there is no call back number—they simply provide the main hotline number, where I had to go through the ENTIRE call process again, explain everything to a new customer service rep, only to be told that "someone will get back to me within 24-48 hours." AGAIN. Finally, I get the call from someone who I believe will speak with me about getting a replacement camera. Instead, I speak with a totally unapologetic customer service representative, who tells me, like all the others that she "is not in a position to offer me a replacement camera." She tells me that Sony has reviewed the image samples I have sent them and agree that something is wrong with the camera, and that I must send it in for repair. Flabbergasted, I tell her this would be the THIRD time I've sent the camera in for repair. With absolutely no apology, and a tone of complete indifference, she tells me that "warranty covers repair, not replacement." So there you go. Hours wasted on the phone, a $3,000 dollar camera that doesn't work, and I am once again "sending the camera off for repair for a third time. Sony, you should be ashamed.

          (37 of 37 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          The Sony a7 is great. But compared to the Sony a6000?

          By Chris From Brooklyn

          from Bayonne, NJ

          About Me Pro Photographer

          Pros

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

          Cons

          • Lag / Shutter Delay
          • Short Battery Life

          Best Uses

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

          Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

          The Sony a7 is a great camera. Whether or not it's worth the upgrade from the crop sensor Sony a6000 really depends on the what you plan on photographing. The two cameras are similar in size, and features, but the a7 has the look and feel of a more 'professional' camera. Compared the a6000, both the viewfinder and LCD screen on the a7 are larger, and have better resolution. I do prefer the location of the viewfinder on the a7, as it's more in the center of the camera.

          Both cameras share many features include wifi, movable LCD screen, and the option to add on apps such as time lapse. Both cameras have nice filters such as HDR painting, pop, and sepia. The a7 does have nice extras such as a weather-resistant body, and the ability to shoot at a shutter speed of 1/8000 of a second. But the a6000 is much faster at focusing, and can shoot up to 11 shots per second, compared to the a7's 5 shots per second. Both cameras have awful battery life.

          As expected, the full frame a7 of has the advantage in getting clean images in low light, but the a6000 does pretty well in low light. The a7 clearly has less noise at high ISOs. In a good lighting environment, the a7 produces beautiful images, even when equipped with the kit lens, which is currently what I have.

          If there was an option of 4.5 stars, I would pick that because of the pitiful battery life, and the focus speed. But overall I am very satisfied with the Sony a7, and I highly recommend it.

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          (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Awesome!

          By art54

          from Simsbury, Ct.

          About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

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

          Cons

          • Short Battery Life

          Best Uses

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

          Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

          Love this camera. Quality at it's best. Full frame is great for landscape photography.

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

          (5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          amaing camera

          By Zee Livermorium

          from Austin, TX

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy to Use
          • Fast Shutter Speed
          • Great Resolution
          • Large Clear LCD
          • Small / Compact

          Cons

          • Can't Use With Light

          Best Uses

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

          Comments about Sony Alpha a7 Mirrorless Digital Camera:

          a7 is very portable with amazing image quality. In my opinion, SONY makes the best cameras on the market- they have the best image sensor and the most unbelievable creativity on making cameras. It is great

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