Sony Alpha SLT-A35
Shoots at five frames per second.
Compact for a D-SLR.
Good high ISO performance.
Good still and video image quality.
Stereo sound for video.
1080i HD video recording.
So-so LCD EVF.
Limited video settings.
Just-ok kit lens.
Proprietary hot shoe.
Cropped image for 7fps continuous shooting.
Limited control over noise reduction.
Unbalanced with longer lenses.
Unimpressive ISO performance.
Noisy autofocus motor.
By 5FWD on March 29, 2012
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...60
By PC Mag on February 17, 2012
The Alpha 35 is a fast-shooting entry-level D-SLR that is capable of grabbing photos in subpar lighting conditions. It is held back by a so-so electronic viewfinder, which makes it a tough sell compared to D-SLRs with traditional optical finders....60
By Photo Answers on December 29, 2011
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....100
By Macworld on December 20, 2011
The 16 megapixel Sony Alpha SLT-a35 is part of Sony’s second-generation SLT (single lens translucent) DSLR line, using the company’s unique Translucent Mirror Technology. There are a few differences between the new model and its predecessor,...70
By RegHardware on November 07, 2011
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...90
By ePHOTOzine on October 05, 2011
With a higher resolution sensor, but lower specification body than the model it replaces (the A33), the A35 should give a more accessible product through a lower price. It's a shame that the 7fps is now at a reduced resolution (8.4mp) whereas the...90
By Photo Answers on October 01, 2011
Itâs fair to say there isnât a huge difference between the a35 and its predecessor, the a33. If youâre an a33 user there arenât really enough new features here to justify an upgrade and...100
By TechCentral on September 28, 2011
The Sony Alpha SLT-A35 is a compact and light DSLR with plenty of features. It has a fast autofocus, decent continuous shooting capability and lots of modes. Modes such as Auto HDR, Handheld Twilight, Picture Effect and Sweep Panorama will appeal...70
By Pocket-lint on September 22, 2011
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...90
By CNET UK on September 22, 2011
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...100