10 Pros and Cons of the Sony a1 Mirrorless Camera

The Sony a1 is here, and it brings with it what is quite possibly the most impressive set of specs we have ever seen on a camera. Do those impressive numbers and features pan out in practice? This great video review takes a look at 10 good and not so great parts of the Sony a1. 

Coming to you from Dan Watson, this excellent video review looks at 10 plusses and minuses of the new Sony a1 mirrorless camera. No doubt, with specs like a 50-megapixel sensor that fires off frames at an unbelievable 30 fps and 8K video, the a1 makes no compromises and is meant to tackle whatever photo or video situation you can throw at it. It also comes with a range of improvements over previous Sony cameras, including the company's best autofocus system ever. It also features five-axis in-body image stabilization. We have not seen what Canon or Nikon are planning for their mirrorless flagships quite yet, but Sony has certainly set a very high standard, and I, for one, am quite excited to see how the race for the best of mirrorless will play out over the course of the year. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Watson. 

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Greg Wilson's picture

Speed is impressive but skintones still look overcooked garbage

Michael Aubrey's picture

Make a profile for what you want and move on.

Brad Smith's picture

exactly...who's shooting jpegs as a primary file format for portraits?