Sony SLT-A37

Announced May 17, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 2.6 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello All, I'm using Sony A37 Camera, which has a Filter thread 55. Hence i got multiple filters and macro Lens fitting the 55 Filter thread. And its Working fine with my Sony A37 Camera. Now, I'd like to upgrade my Camera with either Nikon or Canon. Can you please suggest the best Camera which has a Filter thread 55..? Because it would help me reduce some cost in buying a new filter and Macro lens.   Thanks. Britto
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Hi all, my first post on dpreview. Hope you can help. I am a casual shooter, but know the basics on raw, bokeh, lightroom, etc. I was using Sony a37 with tamron 18-270 for 2 years and was happy. Now I wanted to have something smaller and bought a6000 with kit lense. (was planning to buy SEL18200 as well). To my surprise and disappointment the IQ of a6000 I get is not as good as it was in A37: focus is softer and the images are somehow "flatter". The ratio of satisfactory shoots decreased from...
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Did the A37 have a motor for the older screw drive Minolta lenses? Has anyone tried the battery grip for that camera? Any issues?
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Hi, I have now Sony A65, A37 and NEX6 cameras. And for my macro works (mostly usual stuff: flowers, insects with beautiful bokeh) I use my old manual macro lenses: Vivitar 55/2.8 and Vivitar Series1 90/2.5 lenses. Anyway, now I want more modern AF macro lens, used one, for relatively cheap price...I'm going to use it mostly with my A65 and and perhaps later with FF Sony A99. I've been watching used lens market, and found for example Sigma 105/2.8 DG EX macro for 290$ and older Minolta AF...
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Hi there, can anyone tell me how i can see my raw images on my surface pro tablet, i cant see them, which is really annoying i have to wait untill i get to class to see them. they show fine in class on a apple computer. i have a sony a37 camera can anyone help thanks lizzy
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This weekend i'm going to 2 national parks and i'm going to sleep there, so i was thinking on trying some startrails and astro. But now i have 2 cameras, the A77 with 24 mpx, but noisy; and the A37 with 16 mpx and cleaner. And i can even use my fujifilm XF1, but i don't have intervalometer for this one. I'm going to use my Tamron 17-50 f/2.8 and intervalometer What camera do you recommend me to use for astro? (And any recommendation that you can give me is appreciated) Here is some of my old...
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Hi.Since i've become more serious about photgraphy lately i've decided to upgrade. Good kit? I've put together this kit: Tripod: Kingjue MK-257 + QB-0 Lens: Sony 30mm f/2.8 Macro Mic: Røde videomic pro Bag: Lowepro Flipside 300 Is that a decent kit? And do i need to add something? I've concidered a monopod but im not sure if i want it or not.. Worth upgrading? My current camera is the Sony A37 and i like it, but it's a little to small and it dosen't have a flip out screen. Would it be...
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I have an A37 that I dropped soon after I purchased it last year.  The body was fine but from that point it exhibited a steady shot error always.  I assume I busted one of the small plastic pieces that enable ibis.   I have never gotten an Alpha repaired.  I was wondering what the best way to initiate the process is and if any of you have ever had the same issue (broken steadyshot) and what your experience was with repair. Thanks in advance, Ken
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Is this Minolta AF 100-400mm F4.5-6.7 APO zoom good at 400mm? Dyxum site ratings are pretty positive about it, but does anyone here have personal experience of it? Currently I have Tamron 70-300USD with my A65 and A37. I will consider it seriously for active (but amateur) nature photography. This my teleconverter experiencewas not quite the kind of success I had hoped for ;) With Pentax I had Sigma 170-500 APO, and with Nikon I had Sigma 150-500. Nice lenses, but sharp enough only at about...
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Hi, I have some problems with my Tamron 70-300USD lens. Its autofocus works nicely at all other focal length, but its long end (300mm) behaves quite often badly. Sometimes AF locks quickly as it should, but often it starts intensive hunting procedure, and perhaps not lock at all - even if the target is very clear. This happens only at 300mm, and with my both cameras: A37 & A65, so the camera isn't a problem...Manually I can easily focus to target Also distance does not change this behavior....
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