With high bitrate movie recording and the same sensor and autofocus system as the A6000, Sony's $700 Alpha A5100 interchangeable-lens camera kit seems pretty interesting on paper.
Now its most inexpensive interchangeable-lens model looks more sophisticated.
With its smaller grip and body, the V3 sheds the built-in EVF but gains a tilting touch screen.
While it lacks the innate sharpness of the A7R, the A7 produces images that fare well compared to the other full-frame entry-level models.
Sony announced pricing and availability of its 4K-video-capable full-frame camera.
If you don't mind carrying a spare battery, the A7R offers terrific photo quality and a great shooting experience in a compact model.
A little faster and more streamlined than its predecessor, the X-E2 remains a fun camera that delivers great photo.
No tripod in sight? Never fear, here are some tips to help get stable handheld footage from your dSLR.
Turn to the big A (or Av) on your camera's mode dial when you want to control background blur and don't care about much else. Here's some guidance on how to use Aperture-priority.
Your dSLR's (or ILC's or enthusiast compact's) Shutter-priority mode is perfect when you care about shutter speed beyond all else. Here's what you need to know to use it.