Sony Alpha DSLR-A350

Announced Jan 30, 2008 •
14 megapixels | 2.7 screen | APS-C sensor
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DCRP Review: Sony Alpha DSLR-A350
By: Jeff Keller, Digital Camera Resource Page (May 20, 2008)

The Alpha DSLR-A350 is the middle child in Sony's 2008 digital SLR lineup. The A350 has a lot to offer for $799 (body only), including image stabilization, the best live view system on the market, responsive performance, class-leading battery life, and sturdy build quality. In terms of photo quality, the A350 has some work to do -- like most of Sony's recent models, there's just too much noise...

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Sony Alpha a350 review
By: Matt Galowczynski, What Digital Camera (May 1, 2008)

Despite a few shortcomings, the autofocus-enabled live view is the best we’ve encountered and is exactly what compact owners looking to upgrade to a DSLR have been waiting for. We would even say that Sony has set a benchmark for how live view systems should operate, and we look forward to seeing further refinements of the system in future models. Image quality is generally high, and if you take...

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Sony Alpha DSLR-A350 review

Sony’s latest DSLRs, the A300 and A350, double the Alpha range and illustrate Sony’s commitment in the market. Indeed by discontinuing the original A100 and introducing four brand new models in as many months, Sony has been more aggressive than any other DSLR manufacturer. Unlike rival manufacturers, Sony is also interestingly now applying the same strategy to its DSLR range as it has...

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