Sony A35 Review
|Full model name:||Sony Alpha SLT-A35|
(23.4mm x 15.6mm)
|Viewfinder:||EVF / LCD|
|Native ISO:||100 - 12,800|
|Extended ISO:||100 - 25,600|
|Shutter:||30 - 1/4000|
4.9 x 3.6 x 3.3 in.
(124 x 92 x 85 mm)
includes batteries, kit lens
|Full specs:||Sony A35 specifications|
Smaller than an SLR, yet compatible with SLR lenses, the Sony A35 also does tricks: it's capable of up to 7 frames per second at a slightly cropped image size, but still retails for far less than SLRs with a similar capture speed. The Sony A35's translucent mirror allows fast and full-time phase-detect autofocus, great for tracking moving subjects and for shooting movies.Pros
Fast continuous mode shooting, full-time autofocus, small camera size with a large image sensor. Compatibility with existing Alpha-mount SLR lenses. Longer battery life.Cons
Lens AF noise can be heard in video tracks, no tilt-swivel LCD, grip may be too small for some users, especially with larger lenses.Price and availability
Available in August 2011, the Sony A35 with an 18-55mm will sell for around $700. Body only, the A35 is expected to sell for $600.
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