Sony has released a new gadget, Sony Alpha DSLR-A330 primarily a continuation of its past series DSLR-A300, having mostly the same capabilities with few exceptions.
The new features available in DSLR-A330 can truly be called a finer update of the past string Sony Alpha DSLR-A300. The capabilities blended in this new series are restructured thereby giving remarkable touches and adding performance-efficient software.
This latest series A330 has also few similarities to its sibling A230 – a major variation between these two series is in the viewfinder. The viewfinder of A230 is lending a much bigger size, enabling it very convenient to employ. The LCDs are the same 2.7” model, yet the A330’s has the capability of leaning up vertically to the subject or down.
This latest A330 lends shoot-up facility, whilst the A230 hasn’t this capability. Sony has added a higher-visualization feature in its series A380 – that attaches a 14MP. A330 attaches a cute and finer surface touch than many other series.Key Features and Specs
Sensor: 10.2-megapixel CCD, APS-C 23.5mm x 15.7mm
Magnification factor: 1.5x
Viewfinder (coverage, magnification): 95 percent, 0.74x/0.49x effective
Sensitivity range: ISO 100 - ISO 3,200
LCD: 2.7-inch tilting
Live View: Yes
Autofocus: 9 points
Battery life (shots, CIPA rating): 510
Dimensions (WHD): 5.0 x 3.8 x 2.8in
Weight: 19.2 ounces
Manufacturer’s price: USD 649 (with 18-55mm lens), USD 849 (with 18-55mm and 55-200mm lenses).