Sony Alpha A330L 10.2 MP Digital SLR Camera with Super SteadyShot INSIDE Image Stabilization and 18-55mm Lens

September 2, 2014 - Comment

High sensitivity (ISO 3200) for superior noise reduction , Super-quick AF response to catch the perfect moment , Up to 2.5 fps shooting while using the optical viewfinder , Built-in pop-up flash and integrated accessory shoe , Advanced Anti-Dust Technology keeps imager clean , Stamina® battery power for up to 510 shots More Camera Suggestions

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High sensitivity (ISO 3200) for superior noise reduction , Super-quick AF response to catch the perfect moment , Up to 2.5 fps shooting while using the optical viewfinder , Built-in pop-up flash and integrated accessory shoe , Advanced Anti-Dust Technology keeps imager clean , Stamina® battery power for up to 510 shots

Comments

Kenneth L. Sockwell says:

Great Camera for old Minolta users! I’ve been using this camera for several weeks now and I am very impressed. Here are the pros, in my opinion:(1) The camera is very light and balanced when using the 18-55 lens. My wife was very surprised at the weight, or lack of it.(2) Minolta Maxxum autofocus lenses work flawlessly with this camera! I have two old telephotos (20 years old) that produce incredible pictures with the new Sony. My old zoom flash works too, although I have to adjust exposure manually…

GJ Barnes says:

Spent Days Comparing…After over 1000 Shots, Very Very Pleased! Ok, I have literally spent days painstakingly comparing entry-level DSLRs (Canon XS, XSi; Nikon d3000, d5000; Pentax k-x) and have even made my own excel spread sheet grading each of the technical pros and cons. Obviously, I finally chose the a330, so I will write this review from the perspective of the reason why i chose this camera and why I’ve immensely enjoyed it.Picture Quality- Since you are looking for an entry level DSLR, the picture quality for all entry levels is…

Katie Kate "Kate" says:

Advice on moving up from point and shoot: I am by no means a professional photographer. I was sick of my point and shoot taking so long to start & the delay between each picture. It’s ridiculous & plain doesn’t work with my toddlers. I also was sick of paying photographers hundreds of dollars a couple of times a year to do photographs of my kids. This will save me a bundle, two trips to the photographer & it’s paid for. Google how to do professional portraits at home, you’ll be amazed at what you find. The accessories you’d need/want…

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