Meanwhile the A350 sports a massive 14.2-megapixel sensor along with the same Super Steady Shot system dust reduction technology and Dynamic Range Optimisation.
The successor to Sony’s original SLR, the Alpha A100, the A200 packs in a 10.2-megapixel sensor along with a maximum sensitivity of ISO 3200 and Sony’s Super Steady Shot technology to help compensate for handshake.
This model also sports a high quality 2.7in 230,400 resolution display which is hinged, allowing you to shoot from a variety of angles.
Trying to cement its place as one of the top players in the digital SLR market, Sony has released two new models to accompany the recently launched A700. Sitting at the middle and entry-level positions, the A350 and A200 will flesh out Sony’s line-up and gives consumers a little more choice.
Another nifty feature sure to be popular with point and shoot enthusiasts is the Live View technology, allowing you to view and shoot your subject using the LCD screen; an option that has only been available on compact cameras up until recently.
Coming in a dual-lens kit with an 18-70mm and 75-300mm lens for $1399 the A200 is also compatible with all of Sony’s A series lenses which is growing all the time.
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