Sony's smallest interchangeable lens camera yet (at it's introduction in January 2014), the a5000 features a large APS-C size sensor in a body that weighs less than eight ounces. Sony is claiming the small shooter has features, including autofocus, that are closer to the performance of a DSLR. We haven't been able to test out that claim yet, but we were impressed by the Sony NEX-3N last year, a budget mirrorless camera that also uses the APS-C sensor found in entry-level DSLRs. The burst shooting isn't the best at just 4 fps at the maximum, but the a5000 seems to pack quite a bit of power in a small package. Plus the a5000 doesn't seem to suffer from the minimal point-and-shoot battery life with 420 shots per charge. Without a viewfinder though, consumers that don't need something super tiny should look at entry-level DSLRs like the new Nikon D3300 before making a decision.