The camera body is about the same size as Canon, Sony and Panasonic mirrorless models, but the sensor is smaller so the lenses will be small. The camera is easy to carry. It is almost always in my shoulder bag or a jacket pocket. I bought it because I want a camera with decent picture quality and was easy to take. My old SLR was often left at home as it was too troublesome to have. Now I almost always camera with me and take pictures of everyday life as soon as the mood takes you. Of course, the picture quality is not as good as with an APS or full frame sensor, but the image is in the account.
+ Good image quality even at high isotal (800 becomes quite okay)
+ Fast: Autofocus, startup and continuous shooting mode.
+ Nice electronic viewfinder that shows the 100%.
+ Small and neat lens.
+ Sturdy feel. Metal body.
+ Surprisingly good flash (SB-N5, optional). Can be reflected in the roof with good results.
+ Flash is small and derives power from the camera battery.
+ Possible to disable the pre-flash which means you can use the slave sensor on studio flashes.
- You can access the program selector is very easy. Sitting there you want to keep your thumb (habitual?)
- The newly captured image is not displayed in the display when using the viewfinder. (Operation?)
- Have trouble focusing in low light, indoors and incandescent lighting.
- How do you focus manually? (Operation?)
- The captured image will remain in the electronic viewfinder. I want the viewfinder to be "cleaned" right after you take a picture (Handling / habitual?)
- Small lens assortment. No macro, bright, normal or super wide angle.
- Had wanted a more distinctive avåpåknapp, but the camera can also be activated by expanding lens.
The combination got friendly, high image quality, fast and a price of 3500 (as of this writing) = high rating.