Sony Alpha DSLR-A350
Announced Jan 30, 2008 •
14 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Probably a silly question but if you connect a mains adapter to the DC input on a Alpha, A, 350 does it still have full functionality. Just checking before I part with my cash. I'm planning on taking some timelapse shots, as timelapse requires 100s of shots, are there any "shutter over use" problems I should be aware of. Thanks Graham
Good morning everyone I hope your day is going well? I have been a huge fan of Sony for many years starting with their A350 but I'm finding it ever so annoying that 3rd parties still don't support our beloved equipment. I have researched and sent emails without any luck so I thought I'd ask you lovely people. I have a Sony a77mkii and really do love this machine but since moving over from the a77 I'm finding it hard to purchase the following: Macro ring flash (without using an adapter) - I...
Hi all I have taken a friend's a350 to look at... as she says, it does overexpose a lot in bright light. the only way I can get close to a good exposure (even at 1/2000th) in just bright but overcast light is to set the aperture to its smallest f36 on the 18-70 lens. I'm surmising then that the aperture does at least close down. (that was my first thought; not closing down) So to the shutter.. I did set a fast shutter and with the lens removed found I'm sure I could briefly see all of the...
I have an older A350 DLSR and when using continuous shoot mode the first shot of the sequence is either heavily over or under exposed. Camera has been serviced and checked with no obvious problems reported but is now reoccurring. the issue is present irrespective of card used. It is less of an issue when on Auto mode but is always occurring when on aperture priority. Any thoughts on what may be causing this
By: tobicy68 (Feb 27, 2015)
Posted to: Open Talk
I heard a lot of praise for the CCD DSLRs such as the E-1, A350, and K100D Super. Some say they have better color rendering some say they have a "film-like look". I'm eager to actually experiment and test as to what these claims actually mean and so am thinking of getting a used 2nd hand DSLR with a CCD sensor. I am not considering Nikon because I do not have any Nikon glasses atm. The Sony CCD DSLRs such as the A350, A380, A390, appear to have the newest CCD (for a DSLR not including Leica...
Actually it does not creep it gallops! I recently bought the subject lens on ebay for my A350. It seems to work OK other than its expected limitations. Its main problem is it will not hold a zoom setting except at 18 or 250. At any other setting it will zoom all the way in at even a slight tilt up or all the way out at a slight tilt down. That's very annoying to say the least. I have few old Minolta lenses and a couple of Sony lenses and none are as loose as this Tamron! My work around...
By: JerryCurtis (Nov 3, 2013)
The Sigma reviews better and is a bit lower cost. Anyone have problems with the Sigma? --*Jerry*Sony V1, H5, A350 and A77... Still learning...'The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.'-- Dorothea Langehttp://www.pbase.com/icicle50/roothttp://www.pbase.com/icicle50/image/88943577/medium.jpg
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