Sony alpha 65 review

The A65's large APS-C CMOS sensor and the manual control it offers make it possible to generate some very pleasing shallow-depth-of-field effects. (See full image)

Sony alpha 65 review

The A65 is capable of capturing highly-detailed, sharp images with pleasingly saturated colours. (See full image)

Sony alpha 65 review

The metering system has coped pretty well with this high contrast scene, managing to retain plenty of detail in the shadows. (See full image)

Sony alpha 65 review

At ISO 1600, noise is well-controlled, a good level of sharp detail is maintained and colours remain faithful. (See full image)

Sony alpha 65 review

The extra warmth that the A65 tends to inject into images works very well in this case, adding a bit of punch to this overcast, autumnal scene. (See full image)

Sony alpha 65 review

Taken at ISO 1600, while there is some visible noise and a very slight reduction in sharpness, the overall result is still a perfectly printable, high quality image. (See full image)

Sony alpha 65 review

The camera's AF Tracking system puts in a very good performance, proving its worth by accurately keeping our moving subject in focus. (See full image)

Sony alpha 65 review

The A65's 24.3mp sensor resolves bags of sharp detail; while the built-in IS system helps to prevent camera-shake when shooting under overcast or low light conditions. (See full image)