Specifications for SONY Alpfa SLT-A55V feature. Характеристики фотоаппаратов Сони Альфа СЛТ А55В.
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Свежесть модели year mark 10/2010. Средняя цена в России в 2011 году - 30 000 RUR. Average price in West Europe - $ 850.

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Зеркалка Сони АльфаЗеркалки СониФотографии зеркальной камеры Sony Alpha
  • незеркальная фотокамера со сменным объективом
  • поддержка сменных объективов с байонетом Minolta A
  • объектив в комплекте
  • матрица 16.7 мегапикселов (23.5 x 15.6 мм)
  • съемка видео разрешением до 1920x1080
  • поворотный экран 3"
  • вес камеры без объектива 727 г

Basic Specifications

Resolution: 16.20 Megapixels
Kit Lens: 3.00x zoom, 18-55mm,
(27-83mm eq.)
Viewfinder: Optical / LCD
LCD Size: 3.0 inch
ISO: 100-12800
Shutter: 30-1/4000
Max Aperture: 3.5
Dimensions: 4.9 x 3.6 x 3.3 in.
(124 x 92 x 85 mm)
Weight: 25.6 oz (727 g)
includes batteries, kit lens
MSRP: $850
Availability: 10/2010


Photos taken with SONY Alpfa SLT-A55V cameras in raskraska ru
результаты съемок на Сони Альфа СЛТ А55В на raskraska ru

Photos from Paris
Сайт производителя: www.sony.ru

In the Box The retail kit contains the following items:
  • Sony Alpha SLT-A55V body
  • SAL-1855 SAM lens
  • Lithium-ion battery pack NP-FW50
  • Battery charger BC-VW1
  • USB cable
  • Body cap
  • Lens cap
  • Shoulder strap
  • Software CD-ROM

Sony A55 Conclusion
Pro: Con:
  • Extremely fast continuous-mode shooting at full resolution/image quality
    (High-speed shooting isn't just for sports; is a real benefit for candid/kid photography as well)
  • Live phase-detect autofocus during video recording
  • True (100% frame-accurate) main-sensor live view system
  • Competent 15-point AF system, better than average for its class
  • Good AF tracking during high-speed shooting and video
  • Excellent EVF image quality; among of the best we've seen
  • Very large, spacious viewfinder image in the EVF
  • EVF Data readouts, AF points, grid, and unique dual-axis level indicator are all excellent
  • Nicely-done digital level gauge; nice that it's available in EVF (difficult to do with conventional optical viewfinder)
  • Excellent rear-panel LCD, with swivel for down-low and overhead shooting
  • "Sunny Weather" brightness setting on LCD is first time we've really been able to see LCD images in bright sunlight
  • Handheld twilight and multi-frame NR modes are real breakthroughs in available-light SLR photography
  • Good body-based image stabilization system further extends low-light capabilities
  • Compatible with the full range of Sony Alpha-mount lenses as well as Konica Minolta AF lenses
  • Built-in flash can wirelessly control remote slave flashes
  • New Auto+ mode makes multi-shot exposure modes accessible for novice users
  • Very good resolution/detail overall
  • Excellent image noise characteristics (very similar to NEX series), but noise suppression loses detail at higher ISOs
  • Very good dynamic range, especially in RAW files
  • Sweep Panorama is great for landscape and other vacation photography
  • 15x magnified live view option is great for checking focus
  • Quiet, unobtrusive shutter sound (no mirror slap)
  • Very good movie quality, in both MPEG and AVCHD modes
  • Stereo microphone jack
  • Good function menu layout; settings changes via control dial is nice/efficient
  • Very compact yet comfortable body design, even for larger hands; sculpted thumb rest makes for a secure grip
  • Solid body feel, good build quality
  • More exposure variability than we like to see
  • Overexposure bias in metering system under bright/high-key conditions
  • Maddening black-screen delay (15 seconds) after filling buffer, before you can review any photos, total buffer clearing time is very slow.
  • Short battery life
  • Best-of-breed EVF still doesn't match optical viewfinder for highlight/shadow visibility
  • Succession-of-stills viewfinder images can make subject tracking difficult during high-speed shooting sequences
  • Time-multiplexed EVF display sometimes produces RGB "rainbows" with rapid eye, camera, or subject movement
  • Autofocus a little quick to jump to the background, if the AF point leaves the subject momentarily
  • Limited/no aperture control during high-speed burst or video recording
  • Translucent mirror reduces the amount of light reaching the sensor, so high ISO performance not quite as good as mirrorless or true SLRs with same sensor
  • Internal mirror reflections can appear in images in certain situations (mainly occurs in night shots containing small, bright lights)
  • Lens AF actuation noise very prominent in audio track of videos
  • Sunny-Weather LCD brightness setting does lose highlight detail (hard to avoid, though, given how bright it is)
  • Modal playback showing only stills or videos (but never both together) is awkward
  • Viewer software (Image Data Lightbox SR version 2.2) is very buggy under Mac OS X 10.6
  • Fixed screen brightness in magnified live view can make it difficult to check focus on highlight and shadow areas
  • Video frame rate from sensor is 30p, frame-doubled to 1080/60i output
  • Very good body/grip design, but the small body can still be tiring when shooting with large lenses
Source of information in English from the site www.imaging-resource.com.
Photo from Yandex Market. Фотографии фотокамеры с Яндекс Маркета.


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