Sony Alpha A5000 Mirrorless Digital Camera Review with Video and Picture test. The link to the Sony Alpha A5000:
In our review of the Sony Alpha A5000 Camera we look at video quality, build quality, image quality and usability.

The newer sibling of A5000, the Sony Alpha A5100:

Link to some useful accessories for the Sony Alpha A5000 Mirrorless Camera:

Sony A5000 Battery and charger kit:

Sony A5000 Case:

Today we’re looking at Sony Alpha A5000 Mirrorless Digital Camera. This part of Sony’s Alpha line of mirrorless cameras that crams a very large sensor into an extremely compact camera body.

Before we take a closer look at the Sony A5000, I want to show you just how compact this camera is, as compared to an entry-level DSLR, in this case, the Canon T5i. And as you can see its extremely compact. The canon has its stock 18-55mm kit lens while the Sony Alpha A5000 has a 16-50mm kit powerzoom lens. And the most impressive part about the Sony is that it has the same exact size sensor as the APS-C sensor on the canon. The Powerzoom lens on the sony A5000 has a zoom rocker button on the side with manual focus controls on the front. The lens mount is made from metal and covers the 20.1 MP APS-C sensor. The Sony Alpha A5000’s grip isn’t very deep, but is pretty comfortable, considering the weight and compactness of this camera. And because of its low weight, you can also shoot single handed.

The buttons on the top are pretty well laid out and easy to access. There’s a dedicated movie record button, a main on-off button that hinges on the shutter button, which is surrounded by the zoom toggle button. It has a pop-up flash which can be adjusted to vary the flash bounce angle and a pair of stereo microphones on the left and right of it.

On the rear face of the Sony Alpha A5000, you have a Thumbrest, next to the Menu button, a control dial with a selector button in the middle and buttons for playback and image deletion on the bottom. The 3.0” LCD screen isn’t the best and is probably one of the A5000’s biggest drawbacks. The resolution is much lower than the screens on some of its competitors and even its newer sibling the Sony Alpha A5100. This makes composing images a bit more difficult. Its usable, but Sony could definitely have done a better job. The screen isn’t a touchscreen and does not articulate fully. It does however flip up for selfies and vlogs, which is actually pretty useful.

The right hand edge has a flip-open door that conceals a full sd card slot, a micro-hdmi and micro-usb port, which can also be used to charge the battery. The Sony Alpha A5000 does not come with a standalone charger. As for batteries, we do recommend getting an aftermarket charger to be able to pull the battery out of the camera and charge it. This lets you swap out batteries while your first battery charges. The battery life is pretty impressive, so you might not be needing all that many spares. There’s also a ¼-20 female tripod mount on the bottom.

The menus are all well laid out and navigation is pretty easy, even without a touchscreen. The buttons all have a good amount of tactile feel to them and the camera is very easy to operate overall.

The Sony Alpha A5000 can take upto 16MP stills in the JPEG format and can also store both the JPEG and RAW image simultaneously. And for folks looking to use still images directly in videos, the camera also has the ability to shoot stills in the 16:9 aspect ratio.

The large sensor size produces some extremely impressive images. The color reproduction is very accurate, pictures are correctly exposed and the kits lens is surprisingly sharp, as you can see in these test shots. A really good camera for both beginners and pros- the auto modes work really well for beginners and it also gives pros full manual control over exposure, white balance and focal points. The built-in panorama mode also works marvelously, producing some stunning wide-angle scenery shots.

So our overall thoughts about the Sony Alpha A5000? If you’re looking for an entry-level mirrorless camera, you just can’t get any better than the Sony Alpha A5000. It packs a huge sensor in an extremely compact body, takes impressive stills and video and is packed with features that will appeal to both casual users and seasoned pros. Definitely one of the best entry-level mirrorless cameras on the market. Hope this review was useful. If it was, please hit that LIKE button and subscribe for more reviews.

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47 Comments

Leann Albarece

January 28, 2020

I can’t hear my voice when I record

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Pankaj Pareek

January 28, 2020

Hey sir nic review ,one question is tht can i record full blur video on this camera for tiktok ?

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Henri Hainz

January 28, 2020

Can you shoot in 60fps?

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René Woollard

January 28, 2020

Thank you for considering photographs in this review! Almost every camera review I have found has been focused solely on vlogging and ignores photography altogether!

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Mikay Kikay Vlogs

January 28, 2020

I recently using sony a5100 and i love it

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Miranda kerr

January 28, 2020

Wow nice.i will get this.thank you

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Shyam Iyer

January 28, 2020

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Alexander Singh

January 28, 2020

How is this to record movies?

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sandeep gujjar

January 28, 2020

Sir I have this camera Sony a5100. It have a good low light videos but the main problem is with Sony a5100 is its very poor video stabilization. It makes so shaky videos. Even Sony HX 90V digital camera has very good video stabilization in low price but this camera don't have. Sir please ans my problem. What I can do.. Is there any setting in Sony a5100 to make smooth videos and stabilized videos. M waiting for your answer sir

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lxam

January 28, 2020

Thank you so much

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Ben O'Koren

January 28, 2020

Is there a way to use a fisheye on this camera?

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satria ludwig virgana

January 28, 2020

Nice review but i have a question. Im thinking about having a camera for my gaming channel, but i don't know if this camera can still record for atleast 30 mins? Can it?

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This Is Kassia

January 28, 2020

It's too bad that you can't connect and external mic 🙁

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Thrifty Mom Jeans

January 28, 2020

Thanks!

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Anupam Mahato

January 28, 2020

what would you suggest canon 600d or sony a5000, thank you

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CHP Hembrom bro.s

January 28, 2020

Camera price

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theUKtoday

January 28, 2020

strange that nearly 4 years after this video I own 2 of these cameras and use the wifi capability all the time as the images are far superior to my Samsung S7 phone and only take seconds to transfer, in fact I sold my Sony A7 as I use the A5000 and an NEX5n more

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Grace Devizio

January 28, 2020

Is still camera good for concerts????

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This is Wheel Life

January 28, 2020

Can you control the Sony a5000 with an iPhone??

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Milagres Fernandes

January 28, 2020

Excellent explanation

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1292liam

January 28, 2020

how do i delete entire memory card?

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ModaBelle Coco

January 28, 2020

Is there a need for some Nd setting? I’ve never had to use it but my boyfriend says the song Nd don’t work for him now.

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Arpit Thakur

January 28, 2020

is this camera good to shoot vines?

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Julia Dover Art

January 28, 2020

When taking a photo does it take a few seconds or do I have it on timer? I can’t seem to work it out

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Julia Dover Art

January 28, 2020

What DPI is it? Great video!! Thanks for sharing 😁

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Kuhle Gwamanda

January 28, 2020

Still can't afford this camera 😢😢

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Amely ***

January 28, 2020

When I tried to record with my camera I couldn't hear myself at all.

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Michellemayaxo

January 28, 2020

can I use the camera without a lens?

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Rick Brewer

January 28, 2020

Excellent review!

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SuperChargedOrbit

January 28, 2020

What's the lens that's on it? Im getting one without it so I need to buy a cheap yet good quality lens

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SDC Studio

January 28, 2020

Is this shoot 4k

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Vince Levi

January 28, 2020

Is this better than WX500?

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OLIFAB

January 28, 2020

Thanks for reviewing this camera now I’m going to get it thanks to you 😊

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Ryan Sondak

January 28, 2020

Cool video, I just made a quick video about the Sony a5000 too! It would be awesome if you could check it out 🙂

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PriscillaNilla

January 28, 2020

I just purchased this camera today😊

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Henry

January 28, 2020

Can it record 60fps?

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Nixcly .S

January 28, 2020

Does the lens come with the camera when u buy it?

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Braihei

January 28, 2020

VIDEO IN FRENCH PLEASE.

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Lane Yon

January 28, 2020

So what do you recommend to shoot high-definition video what setting

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Matt Inman

January 28, 2020

Agree about the WiFi. It’s worthless. Not sure how I even got it to work. It took at least an hour to get it set up, and I’m not really sure I knew what I was doing. Think I just got lucky somehow. So complicated. Now If I can just get it disabled.

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Gabriel S

January 28, 2020

Hey, what budget camera would you recommend for taking pictures but also for vlogging from time to time at home. Would you rather recommend sony a5000 or Fujifilm xa10? Thanks 😉

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Minkyu Han

January 28, 2020

that hair on his arm! lol great review tho

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pat altez

January 28, 2020

So reviewing your photos on the camera itself is quite unclear? unless u transfer it to a PC or laptop to see the actual image resolution am I correct?

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nakaisha patel

January 28, 2020

hi,

i bought a ring light for the camera but it doesn't fit as i need a hot shoe adapter- do you know which one i can buy?

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THE RAPID PLAYER

January 28, 2020

Is this dslr? Plss tell

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RLFontan

January 28, 2020

That battery he recommend is good?

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haylee

January 28, 2020

Hi I currently have a Canon EOS Rebel T3i and I use it for pictures a lot. I connect it to my blue yeti mic to record singing/cover videos and it works very well.
However. I want to travel in the future and I would like to do travel vlogs. But I can't carry a DSLR around to vlog with. I saw this camera in target today and I fell in love with it.
Flip out screen, interchangeable lenses, and it's compact. It's all I would need.

This is a great video. Thank you

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