Go to top

Sony Alpha SLT-A65VK prices in Malaysia

Click here for the full specifications

Compare Sony Alpha SLT-A65VK Prices

Sony Alpha SLT-A65VK Expert Reviews

avhub.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-05-26
If Sony's exceptional A77 is a bit beyond your budget or just too much camera for your needs, many of its key features and performance benefits can still be enjoyed in the much more affordable A65.Challenging the dominance of Canon and Nikon in the D-SLR ...
Read More >
buy-n-shoot.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-13
There comes a time in every man, woman and child's life when it's finished. When the drain of day to day life is over. When the job is done and you're finally set free. You build your whole life up to this moment. This one moment you have to stand ou...
Read More >
digit.in
Reviewed on 2012-08-03
10 fps burst rate, Detailed high-res electronic viewfinder, Excellent video quality, Wonderful gripVariangle LCD, Less flexibility in AF area
Sony has added another camera to its single-lens translucent (SLT) mirror technology cameras – the Alpha A65. On first glance it is quite reminiscent of the older Sony A55.The A65 incorporates an electronic viewfinder (EVF) in place of the optical viewfin...
Read More >
evogadget.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-01
When Sony released its Alpha 77 SLT, it also presented the Alpha SLT-A65. If you don't know, the former gained a lot of popularity among photographers and rookies in this art. From benchmarks we performed on the latter model, we'd say that it surely is fo...
Read More >
maclife.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-10
High resolution, detailed images. Fast continuous shooting rate. Full-time AF for live view/video.Lacks the build quality of the Sony A77.
At a cost of $899.99 (body only), the Sony Alpha 65 is $500 cheaper than the Alpha 77 that was launched at the same time, but it has the same 24.3 million effective pixel sensor, making it the joint highest resolution APS-C format camera available.Tho...
Read More >
amateurphotographer.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-02-18
The Sony Alpha 77 was named Enthusiast Camera of the Year and was voted Product of the Year by our readers in the 2012 AP Awards. The camera’s imaging sensor and electronic viewfinder (EVF) are its two standout features – and that same excellent sensor an...
Read More >
pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-03
Shoots at 9 frames per second. High resolution. Fast autofocus. Excellent OLED EVF. Built-in GPS.No optical finder. Low-quality kit lens. Performance suffers with slower memory cards
The Sony Alpha 65 ($999.99 direct with 18-55mm lens) represents a departure from traditional SLR design, one that Sony first introduced with 2010's a33 and a55. This second-generation model looks and feels like any other digital SLR, until you put th...
Read More >
pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2012-01-19
Many of the A77's features for less cash, decent image quality from ISO 100-1600, super-fast 10fps burst mode, OLED viewfinder is the best currently availableHigh ISO image quality won't match up to similar-priced DSLR cameras, the electronic viewfinder won't suit all and suffers from lag compared to an optical equivalent
The Sony Alpha A65 is the latest SLT (Single Lens Translucent) model to hit the shelves, following in the footsteps of the higher-spec, pricier A77. The A65 may look a lot like a DSLR, but it’s different by design: a translucent mirror removes the nee...
Read More >
hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2012-01-11
Think of the Sony Alpha SLT-A65 as a steel bar wrapped in wool. Outside, it may not have the magnesium alloy body that its higher performance sibling, the A77 does, but inside it still packs a punch.Launched at the same time as the A77, the A65 is a si...
Read More >
digital-photography-school.com
Reviewed on 2012-01-01
Since my review of the Sony SLT-A77 hit the screens of many Digital Photography School visitors it’s obvious the company has pressed the right buttons for people wanting to lift their photo game.Now we have ‘son of’ … a model similar in many respects,...
Read More >
whatdigitalcamera.com
Reviewed on 2011-12-20
Ultra fast performance, classtopping specification and performance. Easy to use.EVF still not perfect and relatively poor battery life.
Both the Sony Alpha A77 and 65 were announced at the same time last year and while the A77 has generated the most headlines, the A65 has been a little overlooked. But in many ways, it's the A65 that should be the more popular camera. While the A77 is d...
Read More >
techradar.com
Reviewed on 2011-12-12
· Classleading Full HD movie mode Responsive fulltime phase detection AF system, Builtin GPS, Builtin Image Stabilization system (SteadyShot INSIDE), Highly impressive OLED EVF,Noise isn't as well controlled compared to rivals, Inclusion of only one control dial hampers manual shooting, Slight delay in registering button presses can be frustrating, Loss of live view feed when shooting in highspeed modes, Twoway LCD design can......
Released alongside Sony's flagship SLT camera – the Alpha 77 – the Alpha 65 may be the 'little brother' to this formidable camera, but it's certainly no less impressive in its own right. Touted as a slightly pared-down, more affordable alternative to t...
Read More >
techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2011-12-12
Classleading Full HD movie mode Responsive fulltime phase detection AF system, Builtin GPS, Builtin Image Stabilization system (SteadyShot INSIDE), Highly impressive OLED EVFNoise isn't as well controlled compared to rivals, Inclusion of only one control dial hampers manual shooting, Slight delay in registering button presses can be frustrating, Loss of live view feed when shooting in highspeed modes, Twoway LCD design can ca...
Released alongside Sony's flagship SLT camera – the Alpha 77 – the Alpha 65 may be the 'little brother' to this formidable camera, but it's certainly no less impressive in its own right.Touted as a slightly pared-down, more affordable alternative to the A...
Read More >
digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2011-12-06
High performances (continuous shooting, autofocus, subject tracking etc.), Full HD video up to 50 fps with manual controls, stereo sound and mic jack, Sharp, precise EVF gives an accurate representation of the final image and is bigger than most competitor viewfinders...Bad kit lens (buy the body only then shop around for a decent alternative), Buffer memory a bit low given the speed of the burst mode, Battery life lower than SLRs with optical viewfinders, EVF dynamic range could be better, slight display lag
Consumer SLRs have, for a long time, had a fairly limited choice of connections. Often, a remote control connector, a power socket and a USB connector were pretty much all you got. These days, however, video modes have brought new ports like HDMI (a mu...
Read More >
asia.cnet.com
Reviewed on 2011-12-05
Excellent quality EVF; very fast continuous shooting speed; huge range of features including auto-HDR and GPS.Images at 100 percent magnification aren't particularly crisp or detailed; camera can lag and freeze on occasion.
Need the baddest digital SLR around? Even though we've long ago dispelled the megapixel myth, there are some photographers who abide by the mantra that bigger is better. How does a 24-megapixel consumer SLR sound to you, then? Editors' note: This revi...
Read More >
ephotozine.com
Reviewed on 2011-11-23
Built in GPS, Extremely fast performance, Stunning OLED EVF (has to be seen to be believed), Excellent image quality, Excellent colour, Info-lithium battery lets you know exactly how much battery life is left, Continuous focus during videos, Electronic le...Some JPEG artefacts visible when shooting JPEG, Can not upgrade to a battery grip with the A65
The new Sony Alpha A65 is the "little brother" to the Sony Alpha A77. Both cameras are the first Digital SLRs to feature built-in GPS and as per usual with the Sony Alpha range of Digital SLR / SLTs all feature built in "anti-shake" / Super steady shot...
Read More >
cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2011-11-21
Huge range of features including auto HDR and GPS. Excellent-quality EVF. Very fast continuous shooting speedImages at 100 per cent magnification aren't particularly crisp or detailed. Camera can lag and freeze on occasion
Need the baddest digital SLR around? Even though we've long ago dispelled the megapixel myth, there are some photographers who abide by the mantra that bigger is better. How does a 24-megapixel consumer SLR sound to you, then? The A65 is that beast, s...
Read More >
goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2011-10-19
Excellent electronic viewfinder (EVF), Good high ISO performance, Fast focusingAuto modes not great, Slightly soft image quality
The race to see who can cram the most megapixels into an APS-C sized sensor is so far being won by Sony. The company's mid-range SLT-A65VK boasts no less than a 24.3-megapixel sensor, which is overkill if all you want is a camera to take pictures that...
Read More >
photoreview.com.au
Reviewed on 2011-10-01
The SLT-A65 is the second of two SLR-style interchangeable-lens cameras announced by Sony on 24 August, 2011. Like the SLT-A77, which was unveiled at the same time, it features Translucent (pellicle) Mirror Technology, a 24.3-megapixel APS-C-sized sens...
Read More >
photoreview.com.au
Reviewed on 2011-10-01
The $600 difference in price between the A65 and the A77 is largely accounted for in the construction of the camera body. Whereas the A77 has a weatherproof magnesium alloy chassis, the A65 is made from polycarbonate resin (plastic). This makes it conside...
Read More >

User Comments

Product Categories

Electronics

Fashion

Sports & Outdoors

Home & Living

Kids & Toys

Health & Beauty

Automotive

View All