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Old 12-10-2012, 08:30 AM   #1
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So my indecision continues.......now considering one of the Sony SLT A37 maybe?

So I talked on here about wanting a new camera that would be good for indoor sports, no flash allowed events.

I was all set to choose a mirrorless when I read an article on DP review that says mirrorless are not a good choice for low light sports events with fast moving targets. something about the autofocus, and how you will end up missing many shots and the focus will be off on many that you do get.

the article mentioned the Sony SLT series as a good "bridge" between a point and shoot and a large dslr.
any opinions?

I really wasnt going to go for another dslr. I have an older one. the Pentax K100d.
is the sony as bulky? It is described as a compact dslr.
my pentax is kind of bulky and heavy and sometimes it takes what seems like a long time to focus and get a shot.

I know I would still need a lense if I get the Sony so I can zoom in.
I was thinking of this
http://www.amazon.com/Sony-SLT-A37M-...s=sony+slt-a37
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