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Default HD Warrior Reviews the Sony NX-5

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Philip Johnston, DP/Editor/Director in Glasgow, Scotland has put together a video review of the new Sony NX-5. I’m a fan of a good Scottish accent, so I enjoyed the clip on that level alone, but Philip has put together a very in-depth look into this camera.

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Great review,
He compared a menu wheel to the plague?
Coming from a Scottish photog it must really be an awful switch.

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How does this camera compare to the EX1R?
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How does this camera compare to the EX1R?
They are two different animals. The EX has better image quality and larger sensors. The NX that I got a few hours with after it hit the streets had a very noisy image stabilizer servo. Sounded like I was frying bacon when I held the camera to my ear. In all fairness though, I didn't check to see if the noise made it onto the audio track.

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