Monday, November 12, 2007
First Look: Sony Alpha DSLR-A700
The next generation of alpha switches to a newly designed, higher-res CMOS sensor, and that's just for starters
|XtraFine Three-Inch LCD|
With almost 1 megapixel of resolution, the three-inch LCD provides sharp, bright reproduction of images even when reviewing them outdoors. Orientation of the display is automatically changed to match the orientation of the camera, whether horizontal or vertical.
With the HDMI output, you can display photographs directly on a Bravia HDTV or other compatible HDTV screens.
|Creative Custom Settings|
The A700 has a wide range of auto preference settings, including four basic image styles (Standard, Vivid, Neutral and Adobe RGB) and three style-box memory settings for quick setup at special events like weddings and competitive sports.
|Versatile Recording Formats|
Images can be captured in RAW, cRAW (optimized for fast action), RAW+JPEG and three JPEG modes (Extra Fine, Fine and Standard). Built-in slots are provided for both CompactFlash I/II and a high-capacity Memory Stick PRO Duo or Memory Stick Duo.
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