Full Review posted for Sony A560!|
Zig Weidelich, The Imaging Resource
(Thursday, March 3, 2011 - 22:10 EST)
Meeting the needs of enthusiast photographers was a clear aim of the Sony Alpha A560, adding back a few features that the low to mid-range digital SLR cameras in the line had lost in a bid to appeal to consumers.
The popularity of the NEX and SLT series digital cameras delayed the arrival of the Sony A560, but it's shipping now, and we found it to be a very capable camera for both stills and videos. Many of Sony's recent digital innovations on the pocket camera side have made it into the Sony A560, including multi-shot modes that micro-align several images to create either superior low-light captures or really easy HDR images. The Sony A560 has dual Live View modes, a Movie mode, Sweep Panorama mode, and a stack of Scene modes to boot. Its articulating 3-inch LCD allows for high or low-angle shots and its dual card slots allow use of SD or Memory Stick Duo cards in the Alpha A560. Bursting as it is with features, there's a lot more to cover on the Sony A560, so click here for our review!