Turning ten years old this week is the A700, Sony's first high-end DSLR after fully taking over Konica Minolta's camera business. With plenty of Minolta DNA underneath its Sony Alpha branding, it debuted in September 2007 to take on the likes of Canon's 40D and Nikon's D300. Our 33 page (!) review, published in December of 2007, details the strengths and weaknesses of the camera, and includes musings like "Whether the lack of live view has any real relevance in a camera at this level remains to be seen; we doubt it."

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Read our full Sony Alpha 700 Review

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