Dennis Hissink : August 24th 2010 - 08:10 CET
|Sony Alpha 560 photo gallery
Sony Alpha 560 photo gallery : Although the Sony Alpha 560 is introduced in August, just before the IFA and Photokina, both held in Germany, we receive new info that the Sony A560 will be available in the first quarter of 2011. The Sony DSLR-A560 is equipped with an Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor with 14.2 effective Megapixels. For Sony standards this is a basic resolution for DSLR cameras, but sufficient for post processing. Together with the latest iteration of Sony’s powerful BIONZ imaging processor, it supports high-speed continuous shooting plus a sophisticated range of digital image compositing and processing functions. This gives even greater artistic possibilities to beginners and photo enthusiasts alike.|
Sony Alpha 560 photo gallery taken in France
The bright, high contrast optical viewfinder with 95% frame coverage provides DSLR photographers a detailed view. Very creative is the 3D Panorama Sweep function. One who discovers this need feature will notice that it is hard to stay away from it. Panorama Sweep offers the possibility to capture extra large panoramas and enjoyed them in 3D on any compatible 3D HD television set.
Capture HD videos with the Sony Alpha 560
Recording Full HD video is possible with the Sony Alpha 560. Previous generations Alpha cameras need to do the job without it, even when the competition had already video recording integrated. The Sony A560 offers Full High Definition video. Just touch the dedicated Movie button and record detail-packed HD videos and crisp stereo sound in a choice of AVCHD 1080i or web-friendly MP4 formats. Thanks to the large, high-resolution Exmor APS HD CMOS Sensor, it’s possible to capture HD movie clips with beautiful background defocus effects.
Sony Alpha 560 memory support
Data is recorded on a Memory Stick Pro Duo or on one of the SD-format flash memory cards. New is the support for SDXC, a new generation memory card with a minimum storage capacity of 48 GB and in the upcoming years to expect to increase up to 2TB. The photos and videos can be reviewed on the large format 3-inch display with a resolution of 920,000 dots.
Sony Alpha 560 test photos
The Sony A560 test photos are made with a pre-production camera which means that this Sony Alpha digital camera is not equal to the model that the consumer can expect to purchase. Soon, our DIWA camera test lab will review the Sony A560 camera under laboratory circumstances from a technical viewpoint. To download the original Sony Alpha camera photos, click on the link below the pictures. Enjoy the Sony Alpha 560 photo gallery!
Sony Alpha 560 review
As soon as we receive a Sony Alpha 560 test sample, we will publish an extensive photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an in-depth Sony Alpha 560 review.
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