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Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera Driver
Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 10.2MP Digital SLR Camera - Black (Kit w/ DT SAM 18-55mm Lens)
Sure to be the more popular of Sony's consumer line, the Alpha A is the same weight and size as the A, and weighs about 40 grams more than the A The weight is well-balanced, partly thanks to the new lens, but the bodies feel somewhat hollow compared to other digital SLRs in this class. Much of the weight reduction is due to the significantly trimmed grip on the Sony A, as well Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera its smaller Lithium-ion battery.
Unlike most SLR grips, the Sony A's stops well short of the camera's shutter release, and the Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera button now appears on the camera's top deck. Everyone on the staff disliked this new design; everyone, that is, but me, and I only accept it because you can easily adjust your grip by balancing the camera's base into the palm of your hand, which puts your index finger in better position to reach the grip, while Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera pinkie and ring fingers curl around the grip. If you don't hold the Sony A as I outline above, getting your index finger up to the shutter button is a strain.
It seems Sony was aiming for a more retro look with this design, harking back to gripless film SLRs of days gone by, with their metallic tops and leather-covered bodies. Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera look is appealing once you get used to it, and those who use a camera strap and the new light SAM lenses will hardly notice the smaller grip.
The grip surface of the Sony A is distinctive, with its carbon-fiber woven look, while the other two new Alphas have a leather-like texture; all three have about the same feel. The Control dial now faces forward, just beneath the Sony A's Shutter release button.
Sony Alpha DSLR-A330
The Sony A's Alpha logo is now smaller, embossed into the gunmetal-colored top of the two-toned body design. Above that, the mode dial is partially concealed, recessed into the top deck to reduce the chance of accidental activation.
There is still no depth-of-field preview button on the Sony A The Sony A's new shorter lens includes a bayonet mount for a lens hood, but Sony did not include a lens hood in the samples we received. The mode dial is only accessible from the rear and left side of the Sony A Sony moved the Power switch from the rear left of the camera's back to a better position surrounding the Shutter release button, a Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera also used by Nikon and Pentax on their SLRs. Gone is the flash activation button to the left of the lens mount, where it appears on most other digital SLRs.
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Sony said too Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera customers never thought to look there, so they've moved it to the Sony A's rear navigation disk. It's a little more cumbersome to activate now: Then, once you half-press the shutter release, the flash will pop up.
A shutter also covers the optical viewfinder at this point, preventing light from entering and affecting the light meter. More on this in the Live View section below.
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Just right of that switch is the Smart Teleconverter button, which activates the Sony A's digital zoom, only available in Live View mode, which zooms Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera view by 1. The resulting image is cropped from the full image when it is saved to the card, but not upsampled, resulting in a smaller, pre-cropped image. Note also the substantial thumb grip, which really does help when holding the Sony A as I've described.
What also helps Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera grip is the soft taper Sony applied to the bottom right of the Sony A, which makes resting the camera in your palm more comfortable. The back of the Sony A shows just how far Sony has gone toward simplifying the interface of these new cameras. That's a clear sign that these cameras are aimed at consumers.
Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera The Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 Camera eyecup looks more integrated into the body, but it's still removable like any other eyecup, with an upward tug. The infrared sensor is also still in play, offering both the option to turn off the display when you bring the Sony A to your eye, as well as to start up autofocus before you even press the shutter button. Recessed more deeply into the back of the Sony A, the articulating LCD tilts a little further up and down than it did on previous models. The card write lamp now juts out left of the LCD. Though it's an odd position, it beats being under the thumb, as it was on the A Note also the ambient light sensor on the lower right of the tilting LCD, which reads the light directionally and turns up the LCD's brightness in bright sunlight.