The Sony NEX-5R is a beautifully built camera that you'll have great fun using. The articulated screen puts it one step ahead of its competitors, and the innovative downloadable apps will expand its feature set over time. All in all, a great buy if you can afford it, but the reasons to upgrade from the NEX-5N aren't entirely convincing.
Typical price: £670.00
Sony's NEX-5T packs a 16.1-megapixel sensor, a 3-inch tiltable LCD and Wi-Fi and NFC to pair with your smart phone.
With lens-swapping capability and a large sensor, the Sony Handycam NEX-VG10 camcorder looks set to open up a new chapter in consumer video recording.
Typical price: £2,000.00
Learn how to adjust Sony's NEX-7 camera to create smoother, more natural looking video.
Why pay more for the Sony NEX-5? The NEX-3 is identical in almost every respect, but this compact camera with interchangeable lenses is around £100 cheaper
Typical price: £440.00
Beginners stepping up from a Sony Cyber-shot compact camera will feel instantly at home with the NEX-5, and will love the huge jump in quality. But, if what you really want is a digital SLR in a pint-sized package, this camera isn't for you. The manual controls are all there, but the interface makes it too frustrating to get at them
Typical price: £550.00
The RhinoCam makes any Sony NEX camera turn into a medium format beast without the expense of a traditional back.
Sony's NEX-3N interchangeable lens compact camera and Alpha A58 dSLR pack premium sensors with affordable price tags.
The Sony NEX-6 shares photos online and downloads apps, on top of shooting 16.1-megapixel pictures and 1080p video.