Sony SLT-A65

Announced Aug 24, 2011 •
24 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, I've owned the A650IS for a while, but the truth is I hardly used it because it ended up being too bulky, and when I got an iPhone 4S the A650IS languished in a box until I came across it just recently.   With Amazon's Black Friday sale coming up, I'm hoping to get something at least equal in features and quality to the A650IS but much more compact in nature - something more along the form factor of the PowerShot S120, I think; more pocketable. If it were possible there are two features...
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Hey guys, I have truly enjoyed using my a900 DSLR for some time now, but it seems like I am limited. I have personally tested 3 different SLT cameras such as a65, a77, and a58 and have really enjoyed them as well. Well the question that I am getting to is, should I switch to SLT camera? Im gaining video and I honestly don't believe I will have a loss in quality in my stills because the tech is definitely there with good stills in lower iso even though its APS-C sensor... I do understand that...
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Is there an  adaptor for the a mount cameras? Taking pictures and video for a guid service and I have to be closer than I may like to be (with a 55-300mm lens) than I should be if we or other people are hunting. If I have to buy a new lens that's fine. Any help would be fantastic, thank you all! Drew
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Since enabling the GPS a couple days ago I'm finding that some picture files aren't showing up when I connect the camera to PC via USB to access the pictures, with the sdcard in the camera as a mass storage device. The camera shows the pictures are there using the in review, with folder and file number. So, where are the picture files? Any help on this conundrum? Dave
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By: SamsNZ (3 months ago)
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Hi, I am going on a trip through Europe in a month and am considering replacing my APS-C camera (Sony A65) and all my lenses with the A7r. Most of the photos I like to take are landscapes, hence why I am considering the A7r. The problem is I cannot decide what lens I should pair with this camera. Initially, I will only have enough money for 1 lens so it is going to have to be a zoom. Currently I am looking at the 24-70 lenses as the main lens I use on my A65 is the Tamron 17-50. Here are the...
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By: ric63 (4 months ago)
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Hi all. Does/did Sony make a battery grip for the A65? I cant find reference to one anywhere. Many thanks in advance. --Enjoy Your Photography,Ric.
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Does KONICA MINOLTA Flash 3600HS D work without problems with Sony A65? Also High Speed Sync? Can I use HSS flash mode with older  - non-ADI - Minolta AF lenses? Ari --- Ari Aikomus -'Why should I feel lonely ? is not our planet in the Milky way?'
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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 friends, i am using Sony A57 from around a year and so, as it is very good camera, it working great for me but one of my friends wants to buy it. I do't want to add any extra money so A77 II is not in my list, I don't like A65 and A99 is out of my budget so thinking to get an A77, what would be your suggestions? is it good to go for A77 or better stick on A57. few things of A77 attracting me like the mid size SLR, weather sealed and Shutter upto 8000 suggestion require before i go for it....
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Hey guys I am planning to buy my first DSLR and I know very little about interchangeable lens cameras. Until now I have done amateur photography with compact zoom cameras and have gotten quite used to 12x-20x zoom levels. At the same time the picture quality and speed do not satisfy me any more and I thought of getting an entry level DSLR. Because of cheap pricing, I am going to go either with the a58 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 or a65 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6. Obviously I would rather take the a65 camera,...
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