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Just posted! Sony SLT A55 in-depth review

By dpreview staff on Aug 24, 2010 at 04:00 GMT

Just Posted: Our review of the Sony SLT A55 interchangeable lens camera. Sony's latest camera uses a fixed translucent mirror to redirect some of the captured light to the autofocus sensor, ensuring it can use fast, phase-detection AF at all times. The result is a full-time live view camera that can shoot at 10 frames per second and autofocus during video shooting. Its radical design blurs the already hazy line between DSLRs and mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras but has the potential to completely re-shape the market. We've had a production-standard SLT A55 for a little while now. So does it live up to the promise or did we see right through it? We reflect...

Click here to read our in-depth review of the Sony SLT A55