Sony Alpha DSLR-A390
Announced Jun 9, 2010 •
14 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I want to buy a camera for photography more importantlly eyes and face (mostly eyes) I want to do very close up shots of peoples eyes the color and pattern because every EVERY eye is differnt and i think it would look cool. I bought a A390 yesterday and while i know its very old and outdated i was told it could.....but i dont think it can i bought macro lens for it as well and not only does it not look good if i zoom in and get close. I cant get close enough looking shots.....is there a way...
--SONY A390 DSLR : Sony 3.5-5.6/18mm-70mm lens : Sigma 70mm-210mm lens : NEW 3.5-5.6/18mm-55mm : Sigma 35mm-70mm : Mac OS-X 10.6.8 i am thinking of dumping my camera and all my equipment for a NIKON p900 with 83 times zoom it would be pretty expensive to by the eqiuivalent lens for my DSLR . 28mm to 2000mm NOT BAD!!!
--SONY A390 DSLR : Sony 3.5-5.6/18mm-70mm lens : Sigma 70mm-210mm lens : NEW 3.5-5.6/18mm-55mm : Sigma 35mm-70mm : Mac OS-X 10.6.8 IF i want to update my mac from 10.6.8 which is what i currently have and get the current system . can i go straight from my 10.6.8 to the current system and will i still be able to get my phograph's this is very important to me as i am a photographer my mac is about (well quite old ) if my memory is right bought 2007
Hi, I live in Bangladesh, cameras are extremely expensive here compared to earnings. i am an entry level finance professional and my monthly salary $300. so... go figure! so i bought Sony A390 in 2011, and later in 2013 i bought Sony 35mm f1.8 prime. i only take travel photos and occasional family photos. and i'm completely content with the picture quality. but recently i've been wondering whether i should get a new camera or not. and it seems like sony is not really interested in A mount...
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...
By: Winsdcar1001 (Apr 1, 2014)
Posted to: Sony Alpha / Nex E-mount (APS-C) Talk
My A390 recently started acting up with SteadyShot becoming non-functional. Since it has terrible performance at anything higher than ISO 400, I have decided to get rid of it. I'm really interested in the A6000 (almost ready to buy) but needed some advice on what to do with my Alpha Mount Lenses. I'm selling my Kit lens along with the A390 but also own a 55-200mm and a 50mm F1.8 lens. Now, both these lenses are far cheaper than their equivalents in E-mount. I wanted to know what features I...
I am thinking of upgrading my a390 to the SLT a58, mainly for the CMOS sensor, video and AEL button. I am also hoping that the performance in low light at higher ISO will be better (anyone have any experience of this?). However I have recently purchased the HVL-F43AM flash to use with the a390, and I want to be certain that it will work with the a58 which I understand has a different hotshoe mount. Does anyone know if an adaptor is included with the a58, and whether using an adaptor will lose...
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