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Testseek.co.uk have collected 52 expert reviews of the Sony Alpha SLT-A35 and the average rating is 80%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Sony Alpha SLT-A35.
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The editors liked

  • Responsive full-time AF
  • Simple control layout
  • Fast continuous shooting
  • 1080i HD movies
  • Manual controls
  • Great image quality
  • Super-fast autofocus system
  • 1080i HD movie with impressive continuous autofocus
  • Image quality
  • Kit lens
  • Physical layout
  • Price
  • Super fast AF
  • 5fps/7fps continuous shooting
  • Very good image quality
  • The Sony Alpha A35 offers up plenty of features for intermediate and even beginners to get stuck into. There are lots of automatic modes and settings including vivid portrait
  • Landscape
  • Sunset
  • And for that aged look
  • Black & white. There’s also the option to customise your shots
  • Letting you change contrast
  • Saturation and the sharpness for a more professional look for your photos. Image qualit

The editors didn't like

  • Fixed LCD
  • JPEGs a little soft
  • EVF a touch low-contrast
  • Electronic viewfinder performance not for everyone
  • 16
  • 9 screen aspect ratio (no tilt-angle motion available)
  • Nothing to speak of
  • Electronic Viewfinder has its limitations
  • Feels a bit plastic
  • Tele-Zoom (7fps) mode is JPEG only
  • As good as image quality is there are times when the Sony Alpha A35 will sometimes underexpose. On the odd occasion will you notice a lack of brightness in some shots when pointing and shooting. So it could perform better in darker conditions to begin with. Otherwise the Alpha 35 offers great noise control. Photography fans will also bemoan the lack of optical viewfinder on place of an electronic

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  Published: 2012-03-29, review by: gadgetshow.channel5.com

  • The Sony Alpha A35 offers up plenty of features for intermediate and even beginners to get stuck into. There are lots of automatic modes and settings including vivid portrait, landscape, sunset, and for that aged look, black & white. There’s also the option to customise your shots, letting you change contrast, saturation and the sharpness for a more professional look for your photos. Image qualit
  • As good as image quality is there are times when the Sony Alpha A35 will sometimes underexpose. On the odd occasion will you notice a lack of brightness in some shots when pointing and shooting. So it could perform better in darker conditions to begin with. Otherwise the Alpha 35 offers great noise control. Photography fans will also bemoan the lack of optical viewfinder on place of an electronic
  • For its price the Sony Alpha A35 offers great value for money. It takes some great shots capable of rivalling more expensive digital SLR cameras, and is therefore well worth checking out. Be sure to look online for the best bargain before heading to th...

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  Published: 2011-12-29, review by: photoanswers.co.uk

  • Abstract:  The Sony a33 has a translucent mirror design and is identified as a D-SLT. With a 16.2Mp CMOS APS-C sized sensor at its heart, the a35s photosites (or pixels) are more spread out over a larger sensor surface area. ...

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  Published: 2011-11-07, review by: theregister.co.uk

  • Given the current street price of the Sony SLT-A35, it's a real bargain and a camera suitable for both beginners and enthusiast photographers. If kitted out with better (and pricier) optics such as the Sony's Carl Zeiss options, then I daresy this li...

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  Published: 2011-10-01, review by: photoanswers.co.uk

  • It’s fair to say there isn’t a huge difference between the a35 and its predecessor, the a33. If you’re an a33 user there aren’t really enough new features here to justify an upgrade and the a35 is more about refreshing Sony’s D-SLT lineup tha...

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  Published: 2011-09-22, review by: pocket-lint.com

  • Great image quality, super-fast autofocus system, 1080i HD movie with impressive continuous autofocus
  • Electronic viewfinder performance not for everyone, 16:9 screen aspect ratio (no tilt-angle motion available)
  • The Sony Alpha SLT-A35 produces fantastic images, has a great continuous autofocus mode, shoots at up to 5.5fps and provides an HD movie mode good enough to outperform its closest rivals. Its one ‘downer’ is an electronic viewfinder that won’t suit all...

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  Published: 2011-09-22, review by: CNET.co.uk

  • Image quality, Kit lens, Physical layout, Price
  • Nothing to speak of
  • It's easy to fall in love with the Sony Alpha SLT-A35. With the perfect balance of features and usability, the images it took bowled us over. The fact it's so cheap makes it an award-winner....

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  Published: 2011-08-31, review by: pcadvisor.co.uk

  • The Sony Alpha A35 is a viable alternative for its entry-level Canon EOS 600D and Nikon D3100 competitors. It doesn’t have any special surprises in picture quality or usability, although we think the build quality of the bundled lens isn’t great and th...

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  Published: 2011-08-19, review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Super fast AF, 5fps/7fps continuous shooting, Very good image quality
  • Electronic Viewfinder has its limitations, Feels a bit plastic, Tele-Zoom (7fps) mode is JPEG only
  • While attention is naturally drawn to the super-fast AF and continuous shooting abilities of the A35, what really impresses is overall image quality. Sony has made great strides with its Exmor sensors, and the result here is a camera that performs exce...

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  Published: 2011-08-16, review by: techradar.com

  • Responsive full-time AF, Simple control layout, Fast continuous shooting, 1080i HD movies, Manual controls
  • Fixed LCD, JPEGs a little soft, EVF a touch low-contrast
  • The Sony Alpha A35 is the latest launch to join the manufacturer's innovative Single Lens Translucent (SLT) camera line-up, debuting a number of new technologies that look set to turn the heads of first-time entry-level buyers and upgraders alike.SLT c...

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  Published: 2011-08-10, review by: photoanswers.co.uk

  • Abstract:  When the first DSLT camera hit the market, it caused a serious stir – and rightly so. The product is designed to fulfill the roles of a DSLR and a camcorder...

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