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Release Date in Singapore
DateApr 2013
Colour of productBlack

Sony NEX-5R Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2014-01-31
Though they're not major, its on the top where we see the main external control enhancements. First, Sony now rings the shutter button with the power switch. This move frees up the back corner to house the best addition on the camera: a second control dia...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-30
Various well-placed and useful buttons, Good image quality, Flip-out LCD screenLacking both a built-in flash and mode dial, Touch screen buttons somewhat undersized, Poorly though-out menu system
What is the Sony NEX-5R? The Sony NEX-5R is the third iteration of the growing ‘5' strand of the NEX series. Although it takes a host of its design cues from its predecessor – the Sony NEX-5N – it is in fact a complete different camera, featuring a specif...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-01
Many decades ago lens adapters were popular because cameras and lenses didn't communicate with each other, and because cameras and lenses were all made by different companies anyway. Today it's fool......
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Reviewed on 2013-05-29
Produces great images, even in low light, Good (non-menu) controls, Tilting touchscreenSlow autofocus, Confusing menus, Silly “app store” concept
If you're wondering why compact system cameras like Sony's Alpha NEX-5R are gaining in popularity, it's because they are ideal “next step” models. They offer the flexibility of interchangeable lenses without the overwhelming feeling one gets when handling...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-29
Great image quality, small yet sensible size, hands-on controls added, improved buffer opens up burst shooting, better AF speed than predecessor, tilt-angle screen bracket doesn't add to bulkLow-light autofocus lacks feedback and accuracy, autofocus not quite as fast as the competition, still some menu digging required, Wi-Fi operation not as smooth as we'd like, not taken by PlayMemories app service, battery life could be better
The NEX-5R is the product of Sony's continuing refinement of its compact system cameras. We're already fans of the interchangeable lens series, and found the previous NEX-5N model to be a little star in the image quality department, but a little behind in...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-27
Great image quality up to 6400, Fast focusing, Compact size, Improved battery life, Addition of new dials to make access to settings much simpler and quicker, WiFi connectivity is very good with the iPad but not so great with Android phones, Overall some...Our touchscreen wasn't as responsive, Old hot shoe, Weird placement of the playback button, Could have done better with at least an older EVF built in
When looking at the NEX-5R, one doesn't see a major evolution from the NEX-5 and 5N; though the differences are indeed there on the outside. New to the 5 series are two dials: one is for aperture control while the other is for shutter control. What this ...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-13
The size and shape of this camera is great. Even with the lens attached it still feels compact because of its slim body and the bulging, textured side provides a perfect grip. Through a feat of engineering, this slim device even comes with a rear screen c...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-06
Excellent image quality, 10 fps continuous shooting, Has built-in Wi-Fi, Tiltable screen, Can download apps for editing and sharing pictures, Customisable function button, Good battery life, Sony NEX-5RA number of the lenses are quite large, Non-standard flash mount, Alpha lens adapter can make the camera quite bulky
The Sony NEX-5R is an update to the , with Wi-Fi and new available for download. The Sony NEX-5R is available for around £440 with 18-55mm kit lens and is the 3rd generation of the NEX-5, the most popular model in the NEX range.Sony NEX-5R Features Th...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-01
Now here’s another one: a deliciously tiny, mirrorless, interchangeable lens camera that can almost replace many DSLRs on themarket. Sony was one of the early entrants in this game and, in typical fashion, continues to refine the bloodline with this th...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-29
The Sony NEX-5R replaces the award-winning Sony NEX-5N - one of our top recommendations throughout 2012, thanks to its svelte magnesium alloy body and stunning photo and video quality. The outgoing 5N has had some strong competition to contend with, th...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-17
Great low-light performance, Excellent video capture, Improved handling over previous generationSmall lens selection, No viewfinder, Controls are still limited
Perhaps that was true last year, when Sony introduced the 5N. This time around, the company has revisited the model and upgraded it with the NEX-5R. The 5R is very similar to the 5N — it has the same photographic capabilities (16-megapixel APS-C sensor, 1...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-10
Sony Alpha NEX-5R delivers excellent photo quality, even in dimmer light, and provides more physical controls than some of its predecessors for a more streamlined shooting designThe wireless connectivity and apps "ecosystem" implementations are far less than this camera deserves
Setting its sights on a "new" set of photographers -- people who want to replace their low-end dSLRs with something a lot more compact -- Sony's evolved the midrange Alpha NEX-5N into the more control-friendly and connected NEX-5R. With a new sensor an...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-06
Superb image quality; one of the most compact cameras to shoehorn in a DSLR-sized sensor; option of using touch screen for operation in tandem with physical controls; new wireless connectivity option for use with smartphones and tabletsPricey; design a tad bland and adding the lens makes for an unbalanced appearance; won't fit in a pocket unless carrying lens and body separately, $799 (body); $999 (16-50mm lens); $1299 (16-50mm & 55-210mm lenses)
The third generation of Sony NEX cameras to feature the same large APS-C sensor as found in its Alpha DSLRs, the brings with it new wireless transfer abilities and compatibility with downloadable Sony ‘apps’, plus not only a back screen that can be an...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-01
Stuff magazine Fri, Dec 21 2012, 4:10PM Sony’s first foray into web-connected, app-compatible cameras, the NEX 5R takes a different approach to other Internet-savvy snappers like the and , both of which use Android. Sony has gone down the propri...
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