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Sony Alpha DSLR-A100 Camera

Sony Alpha DSLR-A100 Camera

Sony has finally crashed the D-SLR (digital single lens reflex) party with the new Alpha DSLR-A100. The 10.2-megapixel camera packs in the features — it offers a new Dynamic Range Optimizer for great picture quality, high-speed Bionz image processing, and high light sensitivity (up to ISO 1600) and Super SteadyShot image stabilization to stop those blurry photo blues. The DSLR-A100 has also got anti-dust features to keep the camera's CCD image sensor
clean, eye-start auto focus, a 2.5-inch LCD,
and JPEG and RAW file format support.
The DSLR-A100 camera body ($900) and
the DSLR-A100K kit ($1,000), which
includes the camera body along with an
18-70mm lens, will be available next month.

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