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Sony Alpha A7

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  • Sony Alpha a7 review

    Stunning image quality for the size and price, but lenses are expensive

    7 år sedan
  • Sony Alpha A7 review


    • Full frame sensor
    • Light body
    • Small body
    • Tilting screen


    • Limited lens collection
    • No touchscreen
    • Limited raw functionality

    The Sony A7 is a fantastic camera, there's no doubt about that. For the price and size, you can't really beat it. But it does feel a little unfinished at the moment. Together with its A7R sibling, the A7 feels like a camera for early adopters – it's a fantastic leap forward and we're really looking forward to the next generation, where hopefully, some of the criticisms will be addressed. By that time, the system should have also grown into a more serious contender too. Hats off to Sony for the innovation.

    7 år sedan
  • Sony A7

    Design: 10/10
    Features: 9/10
    Ease-of-use: 9/10
    Image quality: 10/10
    Value for money: 10/10

    After shooting with both the A7 and the A7R side-by-side, we'd be hard-pushed to choose between them, as both are remarkable cameras in their own right. On paper at least the A7 should offer faster auto-focusing and less noise at high ISOs than the A7R, but in reality there's not a big enough difference between the two cameras in either regard. Instead we'd choose the A7 instead of the A7R because it's significantly cheaper, it produces more manageable file sizes, has a higher flash sync speed, slightly faster burst shooting and a quieter shutter release. On the other hand, the A7R's incredible amount of detail due to the lack of an optical low-pass filter and 50% more megapixels is hard to ignore, the build quality is slightly better, and surprisingly it's the equal of the A7 in terms of noise. Choices, choices.

    7 år sedan
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    Sony Alpha 7

    •Small and well-priced full-frame body
    •Very good image quality when shooting Raw
    •Solid build quality
    •Compatible with a huge range of legacy 35mm camera lenses with no field-of-view crop
    •Large, high resolution electronic viewfinder
    •Tilting LCD offers good detail and outdoor visibility
    •Useful tools, such as focus peaking and zebra pattern (work well with native lenses)
    •Very good video quality
    •Strong video features: manual controls, audio level adjustment, and uncompressed HDMI output
    •Well-implemented dual-axis electronic level
    •Solid Wi-Fi system allows for remote shooting, easy photo sharing; NFC a plus
    •Charging via USB can be convenient
    •Classic Sony features (HDR, Sweep Panorama) work well
    •Exposure compensation dial makes Auto ISO usable in manual mode
    •Microphone and headphone ports
    •Optional battery grip

    •JPEG quality disappointing compared to peers – crude sharpening, over-aggressive processing and occasional posterization
    •Autofocus can be hesitant, especially in low light; AF improves when assist lamp is turned off
    •Auto ISO tends to keep shutter speed at 1/60 sec, often resulting in blurry photos
    •Limited selection of FE lenses, which are expensive compared to competition
    •Tools for shooting with third party lenses need improvement
    •Longer-than-average startup times
    •Camera 'locks up' while buffer is clearing after continuous shooting

    •Overly sensitive eye sensor (also stays active when screen is tilted)
    •Lacks a built-in flash
    •Limited battery life
    •Exposure compensation and rear scroll wheel too easy to accidentally bumped
    •Menu arrangement poor and navigation a bit clunky (requires a lot of button-pressing)
    •No in-camera Raw conversion
    •No external charger included for rapid charging or keeping a spare battery topped-up
    •Included remote capture software lacks live preview

    7 år sedan