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A solid first effort in a nascent category, the Sony Handycam NEX-VG10 nevertheless needs some conceptual refinement.
While it produces solid video with good color and dynamic range, the VG10 should be better for the money.
The Sony Handycam NEX-VG10, equipped with the new 18-200mm kit E-mount lens, is quite heavy but physically well designed. It also uses a very NEX-like menu system, which I don't think is really appropriate for a product of this type.
Here are my first image samples from the Sony Handycam NEX-VG10. Unfortunately, I'm on the road and my laptop is unsuited to any image or video analysis, but I'll update this slideshow next week with more information. I'll also write a hands-on preview. The NEX-VG10 is generally great, but it has some really awkward operations quirks, which will be annoying especially for EVF devotees.
The NEX-5T gets a few tweaks over its predecessor, the 5R.
The most interesting thing about the new model is its ability to work with the new power zoom lenses.
With a lot to like and just a little to dislike, the Sony Alpha NEX-7 comes up a winner, albeit an expensive one.
The Sony Alpha NEX-6 delivers an as-yet-unbeatable package of image quality, performance, and design, even for its rather high price.
It's a great camera choice for high-quality stills and a streamlined shooting design under $800, but the Sony Alpha NEX-5R falls short when it comes to sharing your shots online.
A slightly streamlined design and beefed-up autofocus system are some of the Alpha ILCE-6000 camera's highlights.