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Sony Alpha DSLR-A350

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D-SLR-kamera (Digital Single Lens Reflex) med 14,2 effektiva megapixel ? endast kamerahus. Suverän bildkvalitet och lutande skärm med snabb AF-livevisning för följsam, flexibel fo... Läs mer
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  • PC för Alla: Sommarens 5 bästa systemkameror

    Aldrig har systemkameror varit så billiga och erbjudit så mycket som nu. Här är fem prisvärda kameror.

    12 år sedan
  • T3

    WE LOVE:
    Whopping sensor
    In-camera shake-free setting
    Live View

    WE HATE:
    Hefty unit
    Noisy images at high ISO
    Poor continuous shooting options

    WE SAY:
    A big camera, with a big spec, capable of fantastic pics

    12 år sedan
  • Overall rating: 8/10

    Good points: Solid, reassuringly weighty build given its plastic look and
    feel; fast in operation and more user friendly than expected; a helpful array of
    features not usually found on a digital SLR, never mind in this price bracket;
    tilting screen coupled with Live View is a boon for creative angled shots

    Bad points: Plasticky build; kit lens not of highest quality

    12 år sedan
  • Good points
    Solid, reassuringly weighty build given its plastic look andfeel; fast in operation and more user friendly than expected; a helpful array offeatures not usually found on a digital SLR, never mind in this price bracket;tilting screen coupled with Live View is a boon for creative angled shots
    Bad points: Plasticky build; kit lens not of highest quality

    12 år sedan
  • PhotographyBLOG

    Design: 10/10
    Features: 10/10
    Ease-of-Use: 9/10
    Image Quality: 9/10
    Value for Money: 10/10

    As for the rest of the camera, thankfully the move up to 14 megapixels hasn't compromised image quality, which is on a par with the excellent images from the 10 megapixel A200 and with the Canon EOS 450D / Rebel XTI and Nikon D60, even at higher ISO speeds. You also get the substantial benefit of built-in image stabilisation system, which means that you won't have to buy expensive stabilized lenses to benefit, as with Canon's and Nikon's systems. At the outset of this review, we asked if the A350 could translate all of its tickbox marketing advantages into real-world performance, and the emphatic answer is yes. If you have no investment in a DSLR system and you're looking to upgrade from a point-and-shoot or cheaper DSLR, the Sony A350 is the logical choice, and it'll also attract some admiring glances from Canon and Nikon owners too. With an aggressively affordable price-tag of less than £500 / $400 with the 18-70mm kit lens, the Sony A350 is a compelling reason to join the DSLR world, and a worthy recipient of our highest Essential! rating.

    12 år sedan
  • We Like:

    • Excellent specification for price
    • Great image quality
    • Super Steady Shot
    • Anti Dust system
    • Eye Start
    • D-Range Optimiser
    • Ergonomics.

    We Don't Like:

    • LCD cannot be swiveled back into the body (for protection)
    • “Fn” function button replaces hard buttons for some controls
    • No direct manual focus control; Spot metering via menu selection only.

    Despite the limited frame coverage in live view, Quick AF Live View works and the camera’s otherwise excellent performance and great image quality combine neatly within an easy to use body. Factor in the good price and the Sony Alpha 350 is worthy of serious consideration.

    12 år sedan
  • We Like:

    • Excellent specification for price
    • Great image quality
    • Super Steady Shot
    • Anti Dust system
    • Eye Start
    • D-Range Optimiser
    • Ergonomics.

    We Don't Like:

    • LCD cannot be swiveled back into the body (for protection)
    • “Fn” function button replaces hard buttons for some controls
    • No direct manual focus control; Spot metering via menu selection only.

    Despite the limited frame coverage in live view, Quick AF Live View works and the camera’s otherwise excellent performance and great image quality combine neatly within an easy to use body. Factor in the good price and the Sony Alpha 350 is worthy of serious consideration.

    12 år sedan
  • CNet Asia

    The good: Sensor-shift image stabilization; useful Live View implementation with flip-up LCD.
    The bad: Kit lens could be better; mixed performance; small viewfinder; interface annoyances.
    The bottom line: Unless you're prepared to spend a disproportionate amount of money on a really good lens, the resolution bump offered by the Sony Alpha DSLR-A350 isn't worth the price.

    12 år sedan
  • PC Advisor.co.uk

    On the plus side, Sony's Alpha 350 shows great image quality, an effective antishake system, a good build and a handy pull-out LCD monitor. However, we weren't so impressed with its ergonomics, its poor layout of controls and tunnel-like viewfinder. Live View compromises its conventional use, plus there's a limited range of pricey accessories and lenses.

    12 år sedan
  • Sony A350 review

    Plus

    • Plenty of features
    • Takes some great pictures
    • Impressive price

    Minus

    • Shoddy lens
    • Confusing to handle

    Conclusion
    Sony has built this camera to a price and that’s a shame as it’s capable of some stunning images. If you can ignore the build quality and get your head around all those buttons, switches and sliders, then it’s great. Shame about the Sony kit lens though!

    12 år sedan
  • CNET Australia

    Good:

    • Sensor-shift image stabilisation
    • Useful Live View implementation with flip-up LCD

    Bad:

    • Kit lens could be better
    • Mixed performance
    • Small viewfinder
    • Interface annoyances

    Verdict:
    Unless you're prepared to spend a disproportionate amount on a really good lens, the resolution bump offered by the Sony Alpha DSLR-A350 isn't worth the price.

    12 år sedan
  • Digital Camera Magazine

    Sony has built this camera to a price, and that?s ashame as it?s capable of some stunning images. Ifyou can ignore the build quality and get your head around all those buttons, switches and sliders, then it?s great. Shame about the Sony kit lens though!

    FEATURES: 10/10
    PERFORMANCE: 8/10
    BUILD QUALITY: 6/10
    EASE OF USE: 6/10
    VALUE FOR MONEY: 8/10

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    Camera Test: Sony Alpha 350

    Packed with performance and appealing features, Sony's 14.2MP Alpha 350 provides first-time DSLR shooters with a big step up at a not-so-big price.

    11 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Sony Alpha DSLR-A350

    Pros:
    •Good detail at lowest sensitivities, competitive with best in class
    •Reliable metering
    •JPEG output makes good use of the sensor's dynamic range
    •Most seamless live view system of current DSLRs
    •Probably the easiest DSLR to use for a compact camera user
    •Super SteadyShot helps keep snaps sharp
    •External ISO button
    •Above-average ergonomics for its class
    •Well-featured and usable software included
    •Very good battery life
    •Wireless flash capability
    •Solid-feeling construction

    Cons:
    •Soft JPEGs with poor low-contrast detail
    •Smallest viewfinder to appear on an APS-C DSLR
    •Screen obstructs use of viewfinder
    •Image quality suffers above ISO 400 (from both noise and excessive noise reduction)
    •Long exposure noise reduction turns hot pixels black
    •Slower and less responsive than its contemporaries
    •Poor continuous shooting rate
    •Most convenient button on body given least useful function

    12 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Sony Alpha 350 digital camera

    Plus

    • Excellent specification for price
    • Great image quality
    • Super Steady Shot
    • Anti Dust system
    • Eye Start
    • D-Range Optimiser
    • Ergonomics

    Minus

    • LCD cannot be swivelled back into the body (for protection)

    Conclusion The Sony Alpha 350 is the step-up model from the Alpha 200, itself the replacement for the original Alpha 100 tested here in August 2006. Significant improvements have been meted out and there is some streamlining in terms of controls as well. However, it is an accomplished model and it is the highest resolution sub-£500 DSLR on the market. Well almost, it’s £519 body only. And so, overall, the Alpha 350 has been balanced out to provide a range of advanced features and Live View with a high-resolution sensor but at the cost of some of its predecessors handling capabilities and control. Its performance is excellent and the image quality, even at higher ISOs is very good indeed and makes the Sony Alpha 350 certainly worth considering if you’re in the market for a mid-range digital SLR. Excellent performance and great image quality combine neatly within in an easy to use body and good price that make the Sony Alpha 350 worthy of serious consideration.