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Sony Alpha DSLR-A100 Specs

Sony Alpha DSLR-A100 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateJul 2006
Compatible memory cardsCF, Memory Stick (MS), microdrive, ms pro
Display diagonal6.35 cm (2.5")
Weight & dimensions
Width133.1 mm
Depth71.3 mm
Height94.7 mm
Weight545 g
Light exposure
ISO sensitivityAuto
Picture quality
Camera typeCompact camera
Megapixel10.2 MP
Sensor typeCCD
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Colour of productBlack

Sony Alpha DSLR-A100 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2009-07-15
Budget SLRs - by which we mean reflex cameras with inter-changeable lenses under £700 - are still popular, as they offer superb quality and flexibility at keen prices.Sony has shied away from this market so far, lacking the lens credibility to take on ...
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Reviewed on 2009-06-17
Mechanical stabilization, Antidust system, Versatile optical zoom/good ergonomics, Good colorimetric rendering in images, Relatively good battery autonomy (more than 500 photos)Color fidelity of LCD screen, No battery grip, No AF lamp assistance, Only one dial, Quality of the 1870 mm lens for the 10 MP sensor
For its first effort in the small world of numeric reflexes, Sony should not be disappointing. By using technology from Konica-Minolta (recently went out of business), Sony stacked the cards in its favor with a range of rather well implanted lenses and...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-01
The Sony Alpha 100 has become one of the best-selling D-SLRs, so that's a great recommendation in itself. Part of this has been the great range of features and, of course, the Sony brand itself, but mostly it's down to the amazing value for money t...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-01
While the Sony α350 offers handy functions like image stabilisation and an anti dust system, its most impressive feature is the superbly designed Live View system. Thanks to a unique design, the camera can perform fast autofocusing in Live View mode u...
Reviewed on 2008-03-11
When we first looked at the A100, it cost $1749, and even at that price it was good value. Now, a year later, it’s dropped to $1157 and that includes the 18-70mm lens. It may only offer a little more magnification than the 18-55mm lenses with th...
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Reviewed on 2008-01-01
The Sony Alpha A100 is Sonys entry-level digital SLR, competing with the Canon EOS Digital Rebel and Nikon D40x. Its an evolution of the Minolta DSLR line, which Konica-Minolta transferred to Sony in March of 2006. The A100 was introduced in June 20...
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Reviewed on 2007-12-18
I recently had the opportunity to shoot with the Sony Alpha A100 DSLR for a few days. Id previously previewed the Sony A100 (see Sony A100 Preview), so I wont go into great detail about specifications, control layout etc. which were covered in th...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-07
Very good image quality, Good lens selectionLenses are expensive, Sensorbased stabilization not optimal
Sonys first digital SLR is a solid, full-featured performer.
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Reviewed on 2007-09-24
Great handling, excellent pics, Super Steady ShotSo-so lens kit, lens prices, clunky shutter noise
Sony’s new Alpha 700 may be hogging the spotlight but 2006’s ‘entry-level’ Alpha 100 has tumbled in price and is now looking spectacularly good value next to its main rivals, the Nikon D40x and Canon EOS 400D. Paper tigerOn paper...
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Reviewed on 2007-09-15
Sonys first DSLR melds comfort and functionality to make an impressive debut.
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Reviewed on 2007-09-01
Stabilisation built in, but images are a little noisy. By Ben Pitt 10 megapixels3.9x zoomCompactFlash2.5in LCD Read comments: 0 Sponsored Links ...
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Reviewed on 2007-08-14
Introduced with much fanfare last summer as Sonys first foray into the sub-professional DSLR market, how will the 10Mp Sony Alpha 100 fare in comparison with the newer models? The Sony Alpha 100 is more plastic bodied than many digital SLR cameras ...
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Reviewed on 2007-08-11
Fast and responsive, user friendly despite the level of sophistication on offer, capable of some stunning results with the right lens attached.Disappointing plastic construction, basic price is body only.
Introduced with much fanfare last summer as Sony’s first foray into the sub-professional market, how will the 10-megapixel Alpha 100 fare in comparison with the newer models? The Alpha 100 is more plastic bodied than all but the 400D – so opt...
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Reviewed on 2007-06-25
Excellent level of specification for price, complete camera system already in place (courtesy of defunct Konica Minolta), great image quality, Super Steady Shot, Anti Dust system, Eye Start, good battery life, D-Range Optimiser, pleasant ergonomics.Noise reduction reduces fine detail, while LCD screen lacks punch.
The Alpha 100 is an ‘entry-level’ D-SLR from Sony (and so far its only one) based on tried and tested Konica Minolta (KM) Dynax DSLR technology - chiefly its CCD-shift Anti Shake system and the Dynax lens mount. This was technology Sony bought prior to...
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Reviewed on 2007-04-02
After Sony bought over some major divisions of Konica Minolta, everyone knew that something new would turn up from there. Sure enough, around a year later, Sony launched the Alpha A100, its first DSLR, along with a range of lenses.The biggest selling ...
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Reviewed on 2007-03-18
Review Introduction The Sony Alpha A100 was the first 10 megapixels digital SLR to sell below $1000 USD. Brought to market by Sony using a sensor first seen on the Nikon D200 and a legacy of technology and optics acquired from Konica-Minolta, the laun...
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Reviewed on 2007-02-07
Seeing that this is Sonys first step into the digital SLR market, albeit with the help of Konica/Minolta technology, the Sony A100 is an excellent camera for those wanting to try their hands at DSLR photography. Of course if you already own Konica/Mi...
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Reviewed on 2007-01-03
Well-built and sturdy, Anti-shake systemSurprisingly noisy, Not much of a leap over other 6Mp cameras
Sonys first digital SLR looks like one of the most exciting and innovative newcomers to arrive on the scene for some time. With ten-million pixels, built-in anti-shake and 20 new lenses on the way, Sony has hit the ground running.Behind the scenes, th...
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Reviewed on 2006-12-17
Alpha 100 Sony’s Alpha 100 ups the stakes in the digital SLR market Sony’s Alpha 100 is the first ten-megapixel digital SLR available for under £1,000 and, even after the announcement of the Nikon D80 and Canon EOS 400D, it’s still the...
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Reviewed on 2006-12-12
Small size; full featured; very good image quality under most conditions; good lens selection; sensor-based stabilization.Sensor-based stabilization is inferior to lens-based stabilization; lenses are expensive; autofocus mechanism is noisy; images look noisy from ISO 800-1600.
SummaryPros: Small size; full featured; very good image quality under most conditions; good lens selection; sensor-based stabilization. Cons: Sensor-based stabilization is inferior to lens-based stabilization; lenses are expensive; autofocus mechanism ...
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