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Not brilliant in bright sunlight but does have an electronic viewfinder which is better than using the rear screen anyway
By Amazon Customer on May 10, 2014
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Yeah it does. I have a mic for mine and it works great.
By CaptainPajamaPants on May 19, 2014
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Yes using "Bulb" but you are going to need a remote shutter to avoid shaking. If you want you can turn off the Noise reduction function.
By Juan on October 4, 2013
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Yes, all the maxxum lenses from the mid 80's on will fit and function fine.
By Tillman on August 29, 2013
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No you can't. The camera doesn't have WiFi.
By Julio Da Don on December 30, 2012
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The kit lens that came with my a37 was the older model of the DT18-55. I believe the newer mark II lenses shipped with the a58
By Ryan G. on July 8, 2014
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This camera takes beautiful firework pictures.
By Lmayer on June 30, 2014
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Artewa, here is a paragraph from Wired.com in 2010: ""The new A33 and A55 cameras use a semi-transparent mirror, wedged at 45-degrees inside the body, just like in an SLR. An SLR sends all the light up into the viewfinder and phase-detection autofocus sensor, and then flips the mirror to let that light hit the photo-s… see more Artewa, here is a paragraph from Wired.com in 2010: ""The new A33 and A55 cameras use a semi-transparent mirror, wedged at 45-degrees inside the body, just like in an SLR. An SLR sends all the light up into the viewfinder and phase-detection autofocus sensor, and then flips the mirror to let that light hit the photo-sensor. Sony's mirror lets almost all the light onto the sensor, allowing for live-view on the rear screen, and reflects just enough upwards to use phase-detection AF instead of the slower contrast detection usually used in mirrorless cams.
It's ingenious, and because the mirror doesn't have to flip out of the way for each exposure, the cameras can shoot at up to 10 frames-per-second. The lack of a flipping mechanism also makes the camera smaller.""
So, I was mistaken and you may have an answer to your original question. The mirror doesn't move so there is no set limit of "reflexes" to worry about. Does this make you feel better? You probably know that the A33 preceded the A37. Sorry if I was misleading earlier. HB see less

By HB in NC on December 28, 2012
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No only moves up or down
By Lmayer on November 2, 2014
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Not directly. You have to connect to a pc
By A. Collins on December 30, 2012