Hello All I need help of the experts / gurus in buying a camera. I have decided my budget which is £500-700 and these 3 cameras fall in this range (with 18-55mm lens). I am inclined to buy Sony SLT-A65 because it seems to have fresh technology and has good excellent reviews but then it is £100 expensive, relatively new and other cameras are no slouches. I am including some details about myself so that you can get an idea of my requirements and thought process: - So far I have used a point and shoot and now want to upgrade to DSLR (mid level) - I spend considerable amount of time on cropping / editing photographs (so do not mind spending time on RAW - whatever that means) - 75% of the snaps I will click will be of my young son (does not hold the pose so need to capture pose in real time) and my family - 25% will be clicked on holidays - beaches - I take a lot of videos - 50% of my snaps / videos are clicked indoors / in low light so require a camera that performs well in low light - Once I tried to click Niagara falls in night and London fireworks and my Point & shoot failed miserably. So I decided that my next camera will have to be effective in night conditions - I would not be buying too many lenses so wide availability of lenses is not an issue I have read a lot of reviews and am getting lost in all the geeky speak but these are my thoughts so far on comparison- - Sony's resolution is higher but really in practice does not result in a highly differentiated photo quality - Sony has some cool features like 10fp continuous shooting rate, GPS tagging - There is little difference in JPEG out put of the cameras Last 2 exam questions - a). for all the funky features Sony has does it justify the £100 difference that is currently there? b). How good is Sony's aftersales service compared to others. recently had a very bad experience re my PS3 which stopped reading Blue ray after 2 years - very annoying. In addition to experts will love to hear from people who own one or more of these cameras.