Meet the A300 and A350athe two newest cameras in Sonyas beginner-friendly aAa series. Theyare alike except for sensor resolution (the 350 has the highest available in any consumer model), and are perfect for anyone ready to move up from point-and-shoot cameras. Thatas because they actually allow photographers to view the scene in front of them on the LCD monitor prior to shooting. Owners will look to this guide to find out how to use the Live Preview with AF and exposure control; adjustable variable angle LCD monitor that flips out and twists; and Super SteadyShot(R) image stabilization that vastly reduces blur.The cameras feature the Alpha lens mount, identical to the Konica Minolta Maxxum/Dynax A mount. Although it is not compatible with Minolta manual focus lenses (MD and MC), the cameras accept Maxxum/Dynax AF lenses made since 1985.
|Title||:||Sony DSLR A300/a350|
|Author||:||Peter K. Burian|
|Publisher||:||Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. - 2008|