Sony Alpha DSLR-A390
Released July, 2010
The Pros:Doesn't make much noise while in operation. Picture quality is detailed, sharp, and clear. Shutter release is very fast, sets up for another picture quickly.
The Sony Alpha DSLR-A390 is an entry level DSLR designed to make the DSLR experience as comfortable as standard point-and-shoot digital cameras. It features a 14.2MP CCD sensor, Quick AF Live View and a 6.7cm (2.7-inch) tilt LCD.
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It also sports an on-screen help guide, USB 2.0 port and an HDMI output for direct connection to an HDTV.
The Alpha DSLR-A390's 14.2MP CCD sensor allows for extremely high quality photos at a maximum resolution of 4592 x 3056 while its 6.7cm (2.7-inch) tilt LCD allows you to frame photos without sacrificing auto-focusing speed, thanks to its Quick AF Live View functionality. Additionally, the Alpha DSLR-A390's on-screen help guide ensures that every function and feature is easily understandable.
- 14.2MP CCD sensor
- 6.7cm (2.7-inch) tilt LCD
- Quick AF Live View
- On-screen Help Guide and Graphic Display
- USB 2.0 and HDMI output
- SteadyShot in-camera stabilization
- TTL phase detection auto-focus
User Reviews (2)
doesn't make much noise while in operation
picture quality is detailed, sharp, and clear
shutter release is very fast, sets up for another picture quickly
LCD is large and clear, can see the subject and menus easily
image stabilization accounts for handshake completely
autofocus finds the subject right away, fast and accurate
handles low-light conditions very well, pictures aren't too grainy or dark
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