December 9 2010 - Photo Jottings

December 9 2010


If you’ve purchased one of Sony’s new translucent mirror cameras recently, and have wondered about how it really compares to a traditional DSLR as far as image quality is concerned, and if there is such a thing as a “penalty” resulting from a mirror that doesn’t flip up and out of the way to fully expose the camera sensor, then you may find some interesting comparisons in what I’m calling the Sony translucent mirror A33 and Sony A700 comparison page.   The link will be permanently posted in the “lens reviews” page under “camera reviews and articles relating to lenses.”

Warning; if you are happy with your Sony A33/55, please don’t view this page.  The new cameras are very handy and capable, so just enjoy going out, taking pictures and having fun, don’t worry about my fussy issues and examples on the page. 

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