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Ilse Jurriën : January 6th 2010 - 02:40 CET
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SonySony A450 digital SLR camera : The newest addition to the Alpha family of DSLR cameras teams flawless imaging with generous creative options. Powerful yet brilliantly easy to use, the Sony DSLR-A450 is a perfect all-rounder when you’re ready to take your passion for great pictures to a more advanced level. Ideal for active shooters moving up to their next DSLR, it’s at home in any shooting situation, from relaxed portraits to fast-moving sports action. Inside the Sony A450 is a high-resolution 14.2 (approx.) effective megapixel Exmor CMOS sensor. It’s teamed with the powerful BIONZ processor to deliver highly detailed, ultra-low noise images. Sensitivity extends right up to ISO 12800, allowing you to capture beautifully natural handheld images in low light without flash.

Sony A450

Sony A450 features a 2.7" LCD screen
With a generous 95% field of view, the bright optical viewfinder makes framing and composition a pleasure. As an extra refinement, Manual Focus Check Live View previews clear, bright full-resolution images on the 6.7cm (2.7”) Clear Photo LCD screen. With selectable 7x/14x on-screen image enlargement it’s ideal for confirming pin-sharp focus with portraits, still life, macro and architectural scenes.

Sony DSLR-A450

Sony DSLR-A450 boost a BIONZ image processor
The powerful BIONZ image processor of the Sony A450 enables high-speed continuous shooting at up to 5 fps (maximum - approx. figure). In Speed Priority mode (with AF and AE set at start of burst) this increases to an amazing 7 fps (maximum - actual speed depends on shooting conditions and media card). It’s more than enough to catch sports and fast-moving action with ease.

Sony A450 SLR

Creative photography with the Sony A450 SLR
Creative options are enhanced with Auto HDR mode that accommodates bright highlights and dark shadow details in a single frame. Two successive frames shot handheld at different exposure values are merged automatically by the camera. The result is a detail-packed High Dynamic Range image - with no need for a PC image editor and specialists skills. In addition to fully automatic operation, the exposure difference between frames can be manually set up to 3EV, in 0.5EV increments.

Sony Alpha 450

Sony Alpha 450 incorporates anti-shake correction
Featured right across the DSLR line-up by Sony, SteadyShot INSIDE offers up to 4 steps of anti-shake correction with the full range of 30 Alpha lenses and two teleconvertors, as well as compatible A-mount optics by Konica-Minolta. The Sony Alpha 450 also offers the most impressive shooting stamina of any DSLR camera by Sony to date. The high-capacity battery allows up to 1,050 shots between charges - plenty for a busy weekend’s sightseeing.


Connect the Sony A450 to a BRAVIA HD TV
Slots for Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo and SD/SDHC memory cards (sold separately) are offered to suit users’ personal shooting preferences. Connect the Sony A450 to any HD Ready TV for a breathtaking big-screen view of your photos. PhotoTV HD optimises still image reproduction on compatible BRAVIA models, while BRAVIA Sync allows control of slideshow and other camera playback functions using your TV remote.

Sony Alpha A450

Sony Alpha A450 software
Supplied software with the Sony A450 includes Image Data Converter SR; Image Data Lightbox SR; and PMB (Picture Motion Browser) for easy image management. The Sony Alpha A450 is also compatible with the wide range of high-quality DSLR accessories by Sony, including flashes, carry cases, batteries and chargers, GPS and more.

A450 SLR

Sony A450 SLR camera features
• 14.2 effective megapixels Exmor CMOS sensor
• Up to 7 fps continuous shooting
• Manual Focus Check Live View
• Auto HDR
• 1,050 shot battery stamina (CIPA measurement)
• SteadyShot INSIDE

Sony A450 review

Sony A450 review, price and availability
The Sony DSLR-A450 digital SLR camera is available from the beginning of February 2010. As soon as we receive a Sony A450 test sample, we will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Sony A450 review.


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