Reviews of the Sony High End DSLR Camera
More than two years after releasing its first digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera, Sony has grown its Alpha range of SLR cameras with a high-end model, high price model that features 24.6-megapixel resolution and a full-frame sensor.
Our reviews show that Sony is aiming this camera model at very serious photographers and it carries a price to match that market: approximately US $3,000 for the body alone.
Some of the features to expect include a full-frame image sensor that Sony first unveiled in early 2008. A full-frame sensor will be the same size as a 35mm film frame and it is also about double the size of the camera sensors that are used in most other DSLR cameras with interchangeable lenses.
Our reviews show that other features in the new Sony include the ability to evaluate different camera settings without taking multiple shots as well as an in-camera anti-shake system. Photographers pressing the depth-of-field button the SLR camera grabs a preview image. Another features include using the 3-inch LCD (liquid crystal display) it is possible to use different white balance settings and to also adjust the dynamic range and exposure compensation before a user takes the actual picture.