Summary: I purchased this camera body to supplement my Alpha a230 and kit lenses. I liked the extra mega-pixels, Live View and several additional features the a230 doesn't have, plus the ability to have each of the 2 zooms on a camera ready to go without breaking the bank.
Summary: This camera model was purchased for my teens as an entry into photography. It is compact, light in weight, and loaded with functions that will likely delay their understanding of photographic principles. It captures RAW, RAW+JPEG, JPEG.
Summary: The Sony a35 is my first DSLR or DSLR-like (technically is not an actual DSLR), I had a good HP point and shoot until it died on me. I have had it for 6 months now, since I still have not learned to use it well I get high noise in my indoor photos, even at 400.
Summary: I am more into videography so i had to make a switch to Canon. The picture quality with the kit lens is amazing. One neat feature i liked was convenient button for video right by the thumb. You can shoot video at any of the modes selected.
Summary: So this is my first review of the first ever DSLR Iv'e owned, so I hope this can provide some back bone to new comers of photography and video. first off I would like to say that i bought this camera mainly for the high video quality, and the fact that I had a good deal with 2 others lens I had up...
Summary: The primary advantage of A35 over A55 except price(price difference is $100 at this point) is the overheating issue with A55. A35 being a second-generation model using Sony's 16.2mp sensor, Sony claim the improved version is more efficient, hence has longer battery life and less heat.
Summary: I am a professional photographer of 15 years. I needed a new camera to take on vacations so I did not need to bring my big, bulky pro equipment with me internationally. Just for kicks I tried some of the auto night settings in a estuary (not to be rude, but in case you don't know it's a body of...
Summary: This is technically one fine camera. I had an A100 previously and upgraded to this new body for a trip to Europe. It takes extremely fine photographs and does HD or normal video and has built in HDR and panoramic modes. The 16.2 MP chip has fabulous resoultion.
Summary: I was really excited about this camera, ready to throw my wallet about, until the lack of a pivoting screen appeared. My Canon G12 screen gets used almost every time I switch the camera on, it's amazingly useful. So what's stopping me getting an existing Pivoting DSLR?