Pros:Lightweight and compact, economic and quality
Cons:Noise even at low ISO (acceptable up to 800), Sprint silent phony (does a lot of noise, which is not ideal in the street), battery autonomy ridiculous. the stand-by screen lcd sometimes does mess with the functions of the touch screen.
Opinion:It 's my first digital SLR, probably from neophyte is a gamble to try to review it, but I find that it is a machine suitable for beginners with at least a basic photography. Simple to use for those who shoot in manual mode (like me) thanks to touch controls. I do not understand why sometimes the exposure using high iso go off on a tangent and do not indicate the actual exposure, but it's probably my inexperience that makes me do some bullshit, so I put in against. Good car for those who want to begin to acquire skills in photography, but probably a little more than a toy in the hands of a photographer is also not an expert. Good yield photographic although I'd like to test it on a good lens and not the 18-55 supplied. Overall, the real added value of the small reflex lies in its size and in its weight that I personally find very useful when the port around doing street or hiking.