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Sony DSLR-A100 a (alpha) Digital SLR Camera review

Sony DSLR-A100 a (alpha) Digital SLR Camer Includes

NP-FM55 Lithium-Ion Battery - BC-VM10 Battery Charger - Video Cable - USB Cable - Shoulder strap with eyepiece cap and Remote Commander clip - MSAC-MCF1N MS-Duo to CF Adaptor - Body cap - CD-ROM: Supplied Software: Picture Motion Browser for Sony v1.1 (Windows), Image Data Converter SR Ver. 1.1 (Windows & Macintosh), USB Driver - Sony Limited Warranty - (Please NOTE: No Memory Stick media is included)

Specifications

Imaging Device:10.2 (effective) APC CCD Sensor; 23.6 x 15.8 mm; RGB primary color filter
Chipset:Bionz Processor LSI with Dynamic Range Optimizer (DRO/DRO+)
Recording Media:Memory Stick Duo/Memory Stick PRO Duo media (via MSAC-MCF1N adaptor); CompactFlash Type I/ CompactFlash Type II / Microdrive media
Shutter Speed:30 1/4000 sec, with Bulb
Exposure:Manual Exposure: Yes, w/EV indicator
EV Compensation:�±2.0 EV, 1/3 EV Steps
LCD:2.5-inch (measured diagonally) TFT (230k pixels) LCD with Clear Photo LCD Plus design
Red-Eye Reduction:Yes: On/ Off
White Balance:Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Flash ( with custom White Balance color temperature adjustments)
Burst Mode:Continuous burst mode at 3 FPS to limit of media; Up to 6 RAW images in burst.
Color Mode(s):Black & White, Standard, Vivid, Adobe RGB (Except for Adobe RGB, all other colormodes use the sRGB color space)
Scene Modes:Portrait, Landscape, Sunset, Night View/Night Portrait
Still Image Mode(s):Normal (JPEG Fine/Standard), High-speed Burst (JPEG, RAW, RAW + JPEG), RAW (.ARW)
Memory Stick PRO Media Compatibility:Tested to support up to 4GB media capacity; does not support Access Control security function
Flash Modes:Manual Pop-up: Auto, Fill-flash, Rear flash sync, Wireless off camera flash (with Flash HVL-F56AM, F36AM)
USB Port(s):Yes, Supports USB 2.0 Hi-speed
Battery Type:NP-FM51 rechargeable battery
Battery Capacity:7.2V, 1600 mAh; CIPA standard: approx. 750 pictures
Supplied Software:Picture Motion Browser for Sony v1.1 (Windows), Image Data Converter SR Ver. 1.1(Windows & Macintosh), USB Driver
Operating System Compatibility:Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, ME, XP Home and Professional;
Macintosh OS X (v 10.3 or later). OS must be installed at the factory.
Sony Limited Warranty:1 Year Parts & Labor
Weight:1 lb., 3 oz (545 g) body, not including batteries, lens and media
Dimensions (WHD):(WHD) 5 1/4" x 3 3/4" x 2 7/8" (133 x 95 x 71 mm)
Lens
Lens:Not included
  

The Sony a100 is a good DSLR value for money compared to it's Nikon or Canon rivals in its class of 10MP DSLRs. It is not a camera for beginners or those who does not have sound knowledge of basic film photography. Good knowledge of aperture, exposure, colour temperature and shutter speed are essential for good results with the a100 when the AUTO mode do not give the result expected. I have no regrets buying the a100 where I always get the results that I wanted and at times beyond my expectation. In low light and high speed, shots should be better on tripods and fast lenses.

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