Sony unveiled its 2012 line and introduced the Sony SLT-A57, an updated version of its first digital SLR camera with a video viewfinder and EVF, the SLT-A55.
The A57 features the (refurbished) essentials of its predecessor’s spec sheet while also including progressive-scan video, artistic filtering, greatly improved battery life, and a better-crafted finish (on the same level as that of the SLT-A65).
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We’ve put the Sony SLT-A57, a digital SLR with electronic viewfinder that incorporates a well-known 16Mpix CMOS ASP-C sensor, through its paces at DxOMark. What progress can we expect? How does it compare with its competitors, both reflex and hybrids? Here are our results.