Review of digital SLR Sony Alpha DSLR-A900

Sony’s flagship DSLR has been around for a long time, and so far no rumors of a model change have been heard. Still performs brilliantly as a studio camera, though, with the highest resolution.

Sony Alpha DSLR-A900 digital SLR camera


Announcement date: September 2008

Bayonet: Sony A, Minolta Konica Minolta A

Sensor format: Exmor CMOS, 35.9 x 24 mm

Krop factor: 1

Sensor size: 24.6 million., 6048×4032 pixels.

LCD: 7.6 cm, 921 600 pixels.

Autofocus: 19 points

Shutter speed range: 30-1/8000 s

Burst shooting: 5 fps

Sensitivity: 200-3200 ISO extended up to 6400 ISO

Flash: external, hot shoe, sync terminal, X-sync at 1/250 s

Video: none

Memory cards: CompactFlash I/II, Memory Stick Duo/Pro Duo 2 slots

Power: Li-Ion NP-FM500H

Dimensions: 156.3×116.9×81.9mm

Weight: 850 g


The camera is equipped with a full frame sensor with 24.6 million pixels. pixels. Sensitivity of the sensor is relatively low, but the camera is quite confident in its professional niche. The model has a very bright viewfinder, which is fully realized with the bright optics. Coupled image processor, optical image stabilization system SteadyShot Inside, built into the camera, and a durable magnesium body with protection against dust and moisture have brought the Sony A900 a well-deserved success. A host of features and high-quality images are enhanced by exclusive Carl Zeiss lenses.

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