The Sony A7S II is designed for low light and 4K video, swapping megapixels for high-ISO performance
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UpdatedSony's new A6000 is great for those looking for something like the A7 but can't quite stretch the budget that far.
The a7 II also gets modified grip, a top-plate rejig and new autofocus algorithms. Oh, and the image quality is pretty good too.
With the same 24.3 million pixel sensor as the well-performing A6000, the A5100 is aimed primarily at those looking for their first CSC.
The Sony QX1 features an APS-C sized sensor and an E-mount capable of accepting different lenses … but there's no screen or viewfinder, instead you use your phone.
A new sensor, processing engine and improved AF system bring Sony's A7 replacement bang up to date.
A sensitivity of ISO 409,600 and the ability to record 4K video pushes the A7S's price beyond the reach of many enthusiasts, but wedding and video pros may love it.
Small on size, but feature-rich the Alpha 5000 promises to deliver the goods.
Sony has placed its E-mount, usually found on its CSCs, on a DSLT-shaped camera. Is it confusing, or offering more choice?