Sony Alpha 300, Sony Alpha 350 – mid-range cameras

Nearly incredible, Sony let the cat out with information scooped on their Sony Style web site: New mid-range digital single lens reflex cameras. Not one, but two of them! One Alpha 300 with 10 mega-pixels and one Alpha 350 with 14.2 mega-pixels.

Beware, they will be quite easy to recognize because they bring LiveView (no need for the viewfinder, like on most compact point-n-shoot cameras) and a widely-orientable LCD screen.

See the images published here a few days ago.

Sony Alpha 300

After the shock of finding this rear screen there is another surprise. The race for more pixels has not ended for entry-level and medium-range cameras, even if the more expensive cameras for the enthusiasts and pros are more moderate and target more quality instead of more pixels (like the Sony Alpha 700).

One comment

  1. My last remarks in this post becomes much less obvious in the light of my next announcement (less than 2 days after the initial sentences): Arrival of the Sony Alpha 900 camera with… 24.81 mega-pixels.

    Soemtimes, the author I am would like to erase or correct heavily, while the editor I am prohibits it.

    🙂

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