Check out our review of the Sony Alpha a5000 digital camera.
The Alpha a5000, which will eventually replace the NEX 3 series and signifies a new naming convention for Sony’s high-end cams (the NEX name will disappear), is a 20.1-megapixel APS-C camera and the latest Bionz X image processor that handles area-specific noise reduction and diffraction reduction; it also allows for an ISO of up to 16,000. There’s Wi-Fi for image sharing or remote control, plus NFC for quick pairing if you have an Android device that supports it. There’s a more substantial grip, and the LCD tilts all the way up (as with the NEX 3-series before it), so you can take those oh-so-important selfies.
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