Sony Alpha DSLR-A350

Announced Jan 30, 2008 •
14 megapixels | 2.7 screen | APS-C sensor
Daniela Penkova
 
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Making fantastic pictures, has great features - folding screen at the back of the camera is just grate ant giving possibilities for making pictures from unbelievable positions ... The camera controls are great and all the buttons are very well placed ... Very good camera for not very advanced users ... Problems: I just noticed one disadvantage - 3rd time already I noticed that i have dust on my pictures, tried to clean it (first time in a specialized Sony service while my camera was in a ...

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Image quality only 3 if you use kit Lens. With Tamron 18-250 image quality is more then 4. Good relation between cost and quality (only body). With CCD matrix is much worse then A300. Problems: - poor effects with kit lens - too low possition of flesh when open - keep individual settings only in P, A, S, M - too many pixels with CCD matrix - much worse then A300

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In the past year since i broke my little fuji 8000 i have been able tobuy and 'play' with a range of cheap second-hand DSLRS including Fuji S1 Pro, Fuji S2 Pro, Nikon D100 and Sony A100. I used to own a Minolta 5000, 7000 and Dynax 7000i film cameras and as soon as I used the Sony A100 with familiar Minolta AF lenses I knew I was 'home'! I decided to buy an A350 brand new and a bunch of s/h lenses from a well known online auction site. Brilliant quality images, relatively easy to use and ...

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This camera is very easy to use. It has many professional functions, so the user can grow easily without the need of another camera. Pictures are the best I have ever made. Problems: I miss the option to use a MemoryStick of any sort.

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ProfHankD
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I bought one of these at a huge discount in the wake of the A380 announcement, since it seemed to be a better step-up complementing my A100 (e.g., use of CF cards, generally more similar feel than the new models). My comments: 1. I wear glasses, and it is hard to see the edges of most SLR viewfinders -- not so with the A350! I don't care if the finder view is smaller, I'm happy to see all of it. 2. The live view works very fluidly, and it is a great feature to have, but I'm surprised to say ...

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I have had this camera for about a year and it has performed with very high quality photos. Do not buy the lens that comes in the kits. Buy the best lens you can get from Sony (eg Zeist) and you'll get wonderful shots. Problems: I had one problem, where the camera would not respond unless you turned it off and then back on. Sony replaced some electronics and now it works great.

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bert nesai
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it works great has a lot of lenses including some aftermarket super telephoto zooms yu can use with it yu might need a tmount with the lens though also teleconverters work with it Problems: none

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comming from a minoltaD5 i can say i really like this cam. I use the 18-250 tamron lens. focus is very fast. live view is very handy for difficult shots. like the D5 Is works well,though not better than the D5. metering is exellent and much better than the D5, colors are greath as well. i was worried about noise performance but i most say noise is no problem at all at 100-400 in jpeg and detail is super. I took iso 800 and 1600 shots in raw and the details were awesome, yes there was some ...

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