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Sony Alpha DSLR-A350 Specs

Connectivity
Wi-Fi
NFC
Bluetooth
HDMI
USB
Display
Hinged
Touchscreen
Tiltable
Swivel
Off Mode
Anti Smudge Coating
Anti Scratch
Screen Size 2.7 Inch
Live View
Viewfinder Optical
Physical
Weight 674 Gram
Dimensions 131 x 99 x 75 MM
Photography Features
Continuous drive 3 FPS
Optics & Focus
Number of focus points 9
Manual Focus
Lens Mount Others
Image
ISO maximum -
ISO minimum -
ISO Auto
White Balance
Sensor
Sensor Type CCD
Sensor Size 23.6 x 15.8 MM
Video
Video Resolution Unknown
Shutter
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000 s
Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 14 Megapixels
Packaging Content
Camera Version Body Only
Launch
Release Year 2008

Sony Alpha DSLR-A350 Expert Reviews

gadgetshow.channel5.com
Reviewed on 2009-02-27
Live View framing on SLRs has been a mixed bag – some feel nearly as sluggish as old-fashioned manual focusing. The A350, on the other hand, has Live View with near-instant autofocusing, a tilting screen and built-in stabilisation to keep those over......Use the A350 at night and image quality takes a tumble, with grainy noise creeping in. Using the flash helps a bit, but the irritating strobe focusing system might encourage your subjects to punch you repeatedly about the head, even if they’re not R......
14.2MP digital SLR with 3x zoom kit lens, built-in image stabilisation, Live View with autofocus and folding 2.7-inch display.The goodLive View framing on SLRs has been a mixed bag – some feel nearly as sluggish as old-fashioned manual focusing. The A3...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2009-02-12
Based on an identical chassis design to the cheaper A200, the Alpha A350 justifies its asking price with a cutting-edge sensor and worthwhile extra features. First up is that sensor, which produces 14.2 million pixels – the highest resolution in this m...
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practicalphotography.com
Reviewed on 2009-01-01
The Alpha 350 from Sony is packed with features, including a 14.2Mp sensor and tilting Live View screen, but does it pack enough punch to take on the competition?...
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electronicsme.com
Reviewed on 2008-11-25
Sony DSLR A350. From the 14.2 megapixel sensor, to the new Sony Live View mode allowing faster focus times, to the tilting LCD screen, they have taken an already solid performing camera, installed a few upgrades, and have truly given even the most inex...
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igizmo.co.uk
Reviewed on 2008-11-20
Stuffed with features, Superb valueUgly, Slow burst rate
Sony doesn’t do things by halves and the A350 proves it. The most feature-laden DSLR Stuffed with features / Superb value Ugly / Slow burst rate Sony was a relatively late entrant into the DSLR market, buying into the party by licensing Konika Minolta’...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2008-11-05
Canon EOS 450D Star rating: Canon’s EOS 450D comes with an image stabilised zoom to aid sharp results in low lightCanon EOS 450D
Almost matching the Pentax pixel for pixel while a fair amount cheaper, due in part to a plastic rather than magnesium alloy body, is Sony’s own mid range CCD sensor model in the 14.2 megapixel A350. It’s noteworthy for being the first DSLR in its Alp...
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digitalcamerareview.com
Reviewed on 2008-10-17
Most integrated, best performing live view system on the market, Superior flash metering means better flash shots, Articulating LCD a nice touch, Long list of picture styles, processing controls,Noise performance is middle of the pack, White balance a bit of a mess, Build quality feels unremarkable, Tiny, dark optical viewfinder,
When the was launched at PMA, I suspected Sony might be onto something with their new live view system. After I spent a few minutes shooting in live view mode with a demo version, I was even more intrigued. When the A350's junior sibling, the A200, ...
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photographyreview.com
Reviewed on 2008-10-02
The Sony Alpha DSLR-A350 gives a new identity to the fledgling Alpha line with an industry-leading, auto-focusing, tiltable Live View display. Other user-friendly features include built-in image stabilization and dynamic range optimization (DRO), makin...
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smh.com.au
Reviewed on 2008-10-01
This years digital-camera makers have introduced some fascinating features. Dan Warne explains how to find the perfect digital SLR or advanced camera. 5 out of 5$1549 (lens extra) The price of the D90 makes it the odd one out in this round-up bu...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2008-09-17
Based on an identical chassis design to the cheaper A200, the Alpha A350 justifies its asking price with a cutting-edge sensor and worthwhile extra features. First up is that sensor, which produces 14.2 million pixels - the highest resolution in this m...
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T3.com
Reviewed on 2008-09-09
Whopping sensor, In-camera shake-free setting, Live ViewHefty unit, Noisy images at high ISO, Poor continuous shooting options
A budget busting SLR with top notch camera tech Sonys powerful A350 has one of the most affordable price tags in the SLR parade. Theres an impressive 14.4 sensor, but as everyone knows its not size, but what you do with it that counts. So you get i...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2008-07-12
Final AssessmentAll of the new Alpha cameras are fast, easy to operate, and capable of generating beautiful images. Any of this trio would be a fine choice for first time D-SLR buyers and for many photo enthusiasts. The A300 and A350 provide Live View...
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v3.co.uk
Reviewed on 2008-06-26
Solid, reassuringly weighty build given its plastic look and feel; fast in operation and more user friendly than expected; a helpful array of features not usually found on a digital SLR, never mind in this price bracket; tilting screen coupled with Liv......Plasticky build; kit lens not of highest quality
Though initially slow to capitalise on the growing market for digital SLRs, Sony now has everything in its range except a professional model. The plastic-looking A350 falls in the middle of the companys ‘Alpha’ range, marrying ease of use of use to so...
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computeractive.co.uk
Reviewed on 2008-06-26
Solid, reassuringly weighty build given its plastic look and feel; fast in operation and more user friendly than expected; a helpful array of features not usually found on a digital SLR, never mind in this price bracket; tilting screen coupled with Live View is a boon for creative angled shots,...Plasticky build; kit lens not of highest quality
Though initially slow to capitalise on the growing market for digital SLRs, Sony now has everything in its range except a professional model.The plastic-looking A350 falls in the middle of the company's ‘Alpha’ range, marrying ease of use of use to sop...
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photographyblog.com
Reviewed on 2008-06-24
Sony have aggressively attacked the DSLR market in 2008, introducing no less than three new models, with a full-frame, 24 megapixel professional camera also due out later this year. The Sony A350 sits bang in the middle of the range, above the entry-...
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steves-digicams.com
Reviewed on 2008-06-24
Sony has brought Live View shooting to their digital SLR camera line with the release of a 14.2-megapixel (alpha) DSLR-A350 camera and 10.2-megapixel (alpha) DSLR-A300 model. Both cameras feature a wealth of new "cool" technologies, which will help mak...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2008-06-13
Great image quality in nearly all environments. Tilting LCD. Innovative Live View system. In-camera mechanical image stabilization. Fast autofocus. Handy function button provides easy access to settings.Slightly overexposed flash. Cropping occurs when framing via Live View. Too few quick-access buttons. Similar model available for $200 less.
With easy-to-use controls, an innovative Live View system with an excellent tilting LCD, the 14.2-megapixel Sony Alpha DSLR-A350 has some nice features that make it stand out from the increasingly crowded entry-level D-SLR space. The biggest problem ...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2008-06-10
Sony's campaign to cut itself a bigger share of the lucrative digital SLR market continues to gather pace. We reviewed the flagship Alpha A700 , a 12-megapixel professional model in November of last year, and in February we took a look at the Alpha A200 ,...
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Photoradar.com
Reviewed on 2008-06-10
On the face of it, this new Digital SLR from Sony is positively groaning with extra features and some very clever functions.But just like a bargain car that comes with electric windows, alloy wheels, CD player and air-conditioning, those extras don't n...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2008-06-06
Good detail at lowest sensitivities, competitive with best in class, Reliable metering, JPEG output makes good use of the sensors dynamic range, Most seamless live view system of current DSLRs, Probably the easiest DSLR to use for a compact camera user, S......Soft JPEGs with poor low-contrast detail, Smallest viewfinder to appear on an APS-C DSLR, Screen obstructs use of viewfinder, Image quality suffers above ISO 400 (from both noise and excessive noise reduction), Long exposure noise reduction turns hot pixe......
Sonys first two DSLRs, the A100 and A700 showed clear signs of their Konica Minolta lineage - sharing a lot of DNA with the Maxxum (Dynax) 5D and 7D respectively. Its latest, the A350, still shows signs of that ancestry but also hints at the influence...
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