Summary: Very good picture quality for a semi-pro. Small size and weight. I have been using it for 4 years then it broke. No SONY service center in SF Bay Aria. Have to send it to West Coast and no-matter what is wrong with the camera they will charge you $220! Really?
Summary: ok, while this camera takes wonderful pictures and does all i need it to do, i have a gripe. the on/off switch you have to turn it instead of pushing off or on. and the settings are in the digital part of it instead of a button on top to turn. sooo..for that reason..i do not like this camera.
SHARP RESULTS , but aggrevating indoor WB issue....
Becky Mak, Amazon
15 October 2014
Summary: I just bought a 5N on sale for $350, after seeing so many great photos from Flickr and other web sites. I am interested mostly in indoor pics of furniture settings, restaurant design, and trade exhibits.
Summary: Great build and image quality really enjoyable shutter sound :) , annoying external flash the connector feels like it might break so it better to leave the flash always connected to the camera IMHO.
Summary: I love this camera. Its been 2 years since I bought it and it still takes perfect pictures. The video is also amazing, but it's only flaw is that is seems to overheat if the video runs continuously for longer than 4-5 minutes. It does ok at first but after repeated takes it overheats quicker.
Summary: I'm an amateur photographer and this is my first ILC / non-point-and-shoot, so most of my comparisons are vs. compact point-and-shoots. (It should be no surprise that I love the image quality.) I have the 18-55mm and 55-210mm lenses.
Summary: I am an amateur photographer and I was looking for a transition SLR that I could practice on w/o having to put much effort into "learning" photography. This fits the bill. Although it can be "touchy" and require a restart when you are in preview mode or shooting in a dark area.