Full Review posted for Sony A350 SLR!|
Zig Weidelich, The Imaging Resource
(Friday, April 11, 2008 - 16:53 EDT)
Only the 14-megapixel sensor, an articulating LCD screen, and Sony's new Live View mode differentiate the Sony A350 from the already reviewed Sony A200 digital SLR camera.
All three have an impact on the utility of the Sony A350, but overall image quality is surprisingly similar to the A200. The simplicity of the Sony A350's design belies its inner sophistication, which includes Dynamic Range Optimization, Super SteadyShot, and Eye-start autofocus, all of which work together to make getting good images a little easier. The new Function menu and overall navigation continue the "easy and powerful" theme, making Sony's consumer digital SLR line quite approachable to beginners.
Most of what was good about the A200 remains in the Sony A350; you just get a little more resolution and you can autofocus in Live View at a greater speed than you could with most any other digital SLR camera. Click here for our full Sony Alpha A350 review for more on this compelling digital camera.