Excerpt: Prezzo ottimo € 399,00 in Italia; utilizzo estremamente semplice; Possibilità di ottiche Zais; immagini eccellenti fino a 800 ASa buone a 1600 scadenti a 3200; manca blocco AE; con luce buona messa a foco veloce; buona la messa a fuoco manuale. in definitiva ottimo rapporto prezzo qualità.
Summary: This is a nice bridge between point and shoot and DSLR. The camera is modestly priced and chocked full of features. Having said this, I would point the a35 as an even better choice. The entry level SLTs are a lot more fun, but cost a little more. I would not recommend purchasing this or any other product from Focus Camera. They charge and backorder when it suits them.
Summary: I have owned this camera for about 4 months now. This is a decent DSLR camera with all the bells and whistles that a novice photographer can use to their advantage. I am saying this because I got this camera after using Nikon D3000. Nothing against Nikon since I own their D7000 but at sub $500 price range, this is definitely a better deal than Nikon D3000.
Summary: Nice first DSLR Generally speaking, it's a nice DSRL for new photographers. Pros. Price. If you can't spend more than $500 then I would recommend this camera. However, if you are willing to spend $600 or more, there are better options. Picture quality. I have to say I am impressed on this point. I wasn't expecting much of the kit lens, but the image it quite clear. Cons. The only drawback for me is the lack of a dedicated button for changing the AF zone.
Summary: I want to start by saying this is a great camera. However there are a few things that made me return it and get a different camera: 1. Continuous shooting. VERY slow. Almost too slow. They say it's 2.5 per second, but it felt like maybe 1.5 per second. It's not a huge issue, but my expectation was such that I thought it would be faster. It was really surprising and i couldn't get over it. 2. Battery.
Summary: Easy to use and very good picture quality. Accepts my older Minolta lenses which saved me a bunch of money. No noticeable difference in magnification qualities between new Sony lens and old Minolta lenses. Switching between Live View and view finder is very easy. I am a novice and this is a great novice camera.
Summary: DPReview has posted their review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G10 where they write - `If you're a Sony Alpha (or Konica Minolta) user that shoots mainly at base ISO, in live view and Auto mode the Sony DSLR-A390 is worth a look, and is definitely a more agreeable camera to use than its predecessor.' The new Sony A390 is a price breaker, a first-time DSLR user's camera. Sony added a little bit more style and value, some extra pixels and a `new' Alpha DSLR is born.
Sony a (alpha) DSLR-A390L: Great Entry Level Camera
17 December 2012
Summary: I would recommend this camera for entry level users. I bought this camera as I had never used a DSLR before and needed something to practice with. I found the camera really easy to use. The menu buttons are not complicated and it is very easy to change the ISO, white balance etc. I found that the lenses and accessories for the camera are not very expensive considering the camera is made by Sony and you also have the opportunity to use Tamron lenses.
Pros: Easy to use
Cons: Struggles with pictures in Low Light conditions
Summary: Going to a college where all my friends had their own SLR cameras, I was the only one still capturing images on my small compact camera. I had always thought DSLR cameras would be hard to use. However, I had soon came across the Sony Alpha390. A light, stylish and very easy to use camera for those who would like to move up to using DSLR's.
Pros: Easy to use, good picture quality, tilting screen, affordable.
Cons: There is no movie mode and some buttons are a bit easy to press by mistake.