Full Review posted for Sony A200 SLR!|
Zig Weidelich, The Imaging Resource
(Thursday, March 13, 2008 - 19:13 EDT)
Sony's base SLR for 2008 has a lot going for it, even if it doesn't dazzle at first glance.
The Sony A200 has a 10.2-megapixel sensor, can capture nearly three frames per second, and the 2.7-inch LCD is wider and does pretty well in sunlight. With a good quality 18-70mm lens, the Sony A200 gives you a little more zoom than do most kit lenses that come with digital SLR cameras. One major modification to the camera's control system made the Sony A200 much easier to use, and slight retooling made the camera smaller and lighter.
Image quality is improved via the Sony Alpha A200's Dynamic Range Optimization, and a faster autofocus system really reduces shutter lag, making the Sony A200 a great camera for capturing wiggly kids. The Sony A200 is a tightly built, smart digital SLR camera design, click here to see our full review for more!