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Sony SLT-A55 Review @ KenRockwell

Sony SLT-A55

Sony SLT-A55

Image quality is poor, because the A55 lacks some very important image adjustments.

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KenRockwell has just published their review of the Sony SLT-A55, a Digital Interchangeable Lens (DIL) camera with a 16.2MP APS HD CMOS sensor, electronic viewfinder (1.15M-dot), articulated 3.0-in. LCD (912k-dot), Continuous Shooting at 10fps, built-in GPS, and 1080p AVCHD movie. The fixed translucent (semi-transparent) mirror allows full-time Live View and full-time Phase-detection AF even when recording HD movies.

Read the Sony SLT-A55 review at: KenRockwell.

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