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Mark Peters : August 20th 2014 - 10:00 CET

Sony A5100 system camera


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SonySony Alpha A5100 smallest interchangeable lens camera : Sony is proud to introduce the world’s smallest system camera with super-fast autofocus and professional quality pictures. Crisp, blur-free action photos and soulful portraits. Smooth, cinematic Full HD movies. Better-looking selfies. They’re yours for the taking with Sony’s pocket-sized A5100 - the clever little digital camera with an awful lot of picture power. Fitting snugly in your hand, the Sony A5100 is the world’s smallest interchangeable-lens digital camera that boasts a big APS-C sensor plus a built-in flash and Wi-Fi. Despite its svelte dimensions, it’s every inch the serious choice for anyone who’s moving up from their smartphone’s camera or point-and-shoot compact snapper.
Sony A5100 system camera

Sony A5100 system camera
Sony’s latest-generation Exmor CMOS sensor with 24.3 effective megapixels guarantees flawless detail and textures. As big as the APS-C sensor in larger D-SLR cameras, it’s teamed with the same powerful BIONZ X image processor featured in the acclaimed Sony A7 Series. You’ll see the difference with fabulous refinement and low-light sensitivity (Up to ISO25600), whether you’re shooting still pictures or high-definition movies. It might be the world’s smallest interchangeable lens camera, but the Sony A5100 packs in plenty of thoughtful touches to make everyday shots simple.

Electrostatic touch screen

3-inch Electrostatic touch screen
Nothing gets past the blazing Fast Hybrid autofocus system of the Sony A5100, the same that can be found in the A6000, with 179 phase detection points that freeze rapid action, frame after crisply-focused frame. Even fast-paced targets - like blistering penalty shots or lively pets - are tracked faithfully for blur-free results. Grabbing the moment is easier still with Touch Focus and Touch Shutter. Just touch your subject anywhere on the crisp, bright 3-inch electrostatic touch screen.

Sony A5100

Sony A5100 price
The light, easy to use A5100 system camera is available from mid-September 2014 priced at approximately £550 (16-50mm lens kit), £760 16-50mm plus 55-210mm lens kit) and £420 (A5100 body only). As soon as we receive a test sample, we will put this system camera to the test and publish a Sony A5100 review. The light, easy to use A5100 interchangeable lens camera is available for pre-order.




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