This is a syndicated post. Read the original at Ubergizmo # 2012-05-17.
Sony has just announced its new entry-level Apha 37 (a37) Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) which comes with an APS-C image sensor, a high-resolution (electronic) viewfinder and a burst mode that can snap 7 photos per second. This new model basically displaces the older A35 but stays physically comparable to the Sony A33. Most of the action happens on the inside.
With the introduction of this model, the whole SLT range shares the most recent imaging technology from Sony. Being newer, the Sony SLT-A37 gains a tilt display that was not available in the A35. However, it loses slightly in terms (Read more...) display resolution. The A37 also gains some software goodness from higher-end SLT models like the “Pixel Super Resolution” which is a smart magnification technique. ‘Clear Image Zoom’ and ‘Auto Portrait Framing’ are other software features that made it into the A37. (more…)By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Sony Officially Introduces Three User-Friendly DSLR Cameras + Accessories, Sony NEX-7 launch postponed due to floods in Thailand,
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