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Sony Alpha 5000

Sony Alpha a5000 Sony Alpha A5000 feature 20.1 Mp Exmor APS HD APS-C CMOS Sensor, BIONZ X Image Processor, 3.0″ 460.8k-Dot Tilting LCD Monitor, Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps, Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity with NFC, Hand-held Twilight Mode and ISO 16000, 25-Point Contrast Detection Autofocus, Continuous Shooting up to 3.5 fps, Photo Creativity and Picture Effects.

See the Announcement Article: Sony NEX A5000 Announced

Features Comparison

Sony NEX -3NSony NEX -3N

Sony Alpha 5000 vs Sony NEX-3N

Verdict: In Sony NEX 3N successor we get new sensor, advance image processor and Built-in WiFi with NFC. We strongly recommend you to buy Sony A5000.

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Nikon 1 J3Nikon 1 J3

Sony Alpha 5000 vs Nikon 1J3 

Verdict: Sony have bigger sensor and more ISO range, on the other hand Nikon J3 have small sensor but features fast shooting speed and shutter range.

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Fujifilm X-A1Fujifilm X-A1

Sony Alpha 5000 vs Fujifilm X-A1

Verdict: Based on specification comparison we recommend you to buy Fujifilm X-A1, but If you want a better video mode and NFC for remote shooting, you should buy Sony A5000.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1Panasonic DMC-GM1 

Sony Alpha 5000 vs Panasonic DMC-GM1

Verdict: The image quality of Sony A5000 is not very good when compared to Panasonic GM1, on the other hand the GM1 is a very compact M4/3 format camera with a huge range of high quality lenses available, we recommend you to buy Panasonic GM1 this time….

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High ISO Test:

  1. Sony Alpha 5000 vs Sony NEX-3N
  2. Sony Alpha 5000 vs Nikon 1J3
  3. Sony Alpha 5000 vs Fujifilm X-A1
  4. Sony Alpha 5000 vs Panasonic GM1

 

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