Sony rewrites the rules with an extremely capable interchangeable lens compact
By Pop Photo Staff
Posted 12.12.2011 at 1:11 pm 0 Comments
Popular Photography, our sister publication, has just named its 2011 Camera of the Year -- the model that best refined or redefined photography this year. And the winner is: Sony's NEX-7, a rangefinder-style interchangeable-lens camera with a beautiful OLED electronic viewfinder.
We know how amazing Sony's tiny new 24.3-megapixel interchangeable-lens camera, the NEX-7, is--it's our camera of choice when we're taking photos for reviews. But if you need more evidence than that, check out the detailed test review our sister site, Popular Photography, just posted. They found, through much more precise means, that the NEX-7 is just about the best camera of its kind on the market.
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