The Sony Alpha 700 has revolutionized our picture taking.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I had been using a Konica Minolta, but when that camera died my wife and I wanted to get something really nice to replace it. We started looking at the Sony Cameras because they were based off the Konica Minolta and used the same lenses. We found a great deal on Amazon and have been enjoying our camera ever since.
Excerpt: Pictures are very important to my husband and myself. When my husband was getting ready for a yearlong deployment to Iraq, and we were expecting a baby right before he left, we decided to upgrade our (not working SLR) camera to something that would give us the best pictures and would also use our old Konica Minolta lenses. It turns out, Sony bought KM, and their camera bases fit the old lenses.
Excerpt: Before I started to think about DSLR I had Sony DSC-H1 camera that makes really nice pictures with brilliant colors, so when I was on market for digital SLR first think that I checked was Sony. I found this a700 as a kit with 50-200mm lens. What can I say - I was never disappointed that I did this purchase. It was pricey but when you go to digital SLR there's no cheap, remember, you get what you pay for.
Excerpt: One year ago I bought Sony alpha 350 with a basic lents. I was satisfied with the quality of photographs but one day every one wants to try something new and to comare the result. This camera is a good one. It has a pretty comfortable shooting design; all functions in menu are easy to find and easy to switch between them. It has broad, functional feature set, including sensor-shift image stabilizer.
Excerpt: the A700 is a great DSL camera with interchangeable lens. Since I owned the Minolta I7000, all my lens and other equipement fit and work with the new body. I have taken this on trips and for photo shoots and it has never failed to impress me with the quality. The only feature it is lacking is video, but being more of a professional level camera, this is not required.