16.2 effective megapixels - High-resolution Exmor APS HD CMOS Sensor for low-noise, ultra-responsive still image and HD video shooting
BIONZ processor with dual Noise reduction - Powerful image processing engine
Translucent Mirror Technology - Replaces DSLR moving mirror with fixed translucent mirror: enables ultra-fast shooting
Quick AF Full HD movie shooting
Ultra high-speed continuous shooting -
Lens Mount Sony α mount
Compatibility with A-Mount bayonet lenses from Minolta and Konica Minolta
Lens Compatibility All types of Sony α lenses
Minolta & Konica Minolta α/MAXXUM/DYNAX lenses
Image sensor type CMOS Sensor
Image sensor colour filter R, G, B, Primary color
Size (mm) 23.5 x 15.6 (APS-C size)
Camera Total sensor Pixels (megapixels) Approx. 16.7
Effective Pixels (megapixels) Approx. 16.2
Automatic White Balance
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graylingabc New Member
Registered: July 2011 Posts: 5
Review Date: Thu 7, July, 2011
Would you recommend it? Yes |
Total Spent: £600.00| Rating: 10
10 fps same price as canon 60d but better performance and features. IS is built in..
would love this with a pro case
I have owned this camera for some months I am an ex canon user and was about to buy the 60D when this baby came to the market. I have never looked back.
Its smaller than the 60d but has many features the 60d can only dream of at the price and shoots at 10 fps....thats fast the 60d is 5fps....