Excerpt: Ok, I see no reviews for this camera. This accords with its general low profile, which probably results partly from Sony's policy of producing a number of very similar cameras with slightly different model names. Anyway, here's a review...
Summary: I received my A37 Sony camera about a week after I ordered it , it came with a battery and charger , camera manual ,camera strap --everything that I'd need except for no SD card which would have been nice to also have with the box kit.
Summary: Great camera . Fits perfectly my Minolta lenses. I took some pictures and recorded a video. It looks like I'm going to love it. There's only one minus with this camera-rechargeable battery. I always used AA with Canon . It was very convienient ,especially abroad. The price was great.
Summary: I had the twin lens pack of this camera & was looking forward to giving it a real trial compared with the Canon DSLR's I have always owned. Out of the box the first obvious difference is the size & weight....
Summary: I am very happy with this camera so far. I just wish there were some better flash options available. I bought this because I already had a Minolta Maxuum film camera and lenses. My Quantaray/Maxxum a-mount lenses work flawlessly with this camera.
Summary: I am a owner or a Alpha A100, so when new travel plans were being made I objected to taking both a super-zoom camera and the DSLR for scenery shots. The compromise was to get the A37 with the 18-135 zoom.
Summary: It is a very good camera, but it doesn't have many of great accessories that are Available for other models of slr cameras, like a vertical grip. I suppose those are reserve for the top level cameras, any way, if yours is the accessories better check all this before. The camera is very, very good!
Summary: Camera came with visible dust on a sensor, Amazon offered exchange, discount, or paying for cleaning the sensor. The latter helped. This is my first semi-transparent mirror camera, it takes a while to get used to live without a real image in the viewfinder.