Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Sony's A5000 mirrorless camera with NEX technology



Sony A5000
The new Sony A5000 is a new compact system camera with APS- C sensor, which almost reminiscent a compact camera. However, there is no facility for a viewfinder. The Sony A5000 NEX cameras all fitted as an APS-C sensor and can be used with all lenses that are offered for this system.

Who wants to take advantage of the compact case can opt for this. you should connect a flat pancake lens instead of a massive zoom model. The camera body itself weighs about 210 grams and measures 109.6 x 62.8 x 35.7 mm. The camera captures photos with 20.1 megapixels and films in Full HD in AVCHD or MP4 format. The light sensitivity of the sensor ranges up to ISO 16,000. A5000 supports the lens with  an action of zooming by motor drive.

The housing is equipped with Wi-Fi to share the pictures on mobile devices and computer and can be controlled remotely with the appropriate app from Sony. The access can be negotiated NFC what the user picks up the configuration. The pictures can be stored internally on SD cards and memory sticks. For image control, a 7.5 cm display with folding function is built, which can be rotated forward so that controlled self- portraits are possible.

However, a viewfinder in the classical sense is missing, which in strong sunlight can cause problems as well, since the display is barely readable. The camera can be functionally extended with Sony Camera Apps offered partly for a fee or free.

With the updated to version 2.0 app " time-lapse " can for instance create time-lapse pictures or images that are automatically transferred to a mobile device as a backup with " Sync to Smartphone" . The A5000 with the 16- 50mm lens (SEL - P1650 ) will cost around 500 Euros, while the package with the two lenses SEL - P1650 and SEL - 55210 is (55 to 210 mm ) available for 750 Euros. The Sony A5000 will be available in March 2014 for sale.

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