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A solid camera for point-and-shoot upgraders who want to be able to shoot action and video, the Sonly Alpha SLT-A35's bulk may still be a turn-off for some.
The A35 has a clunky look but, for the most part, a functional body design.
The A35 is a subtle update to the Alpha range of SLRs and while it won't be a game-changer, it's certainly good at what it does.
Typical price: $949.00
The new Sony Alpha SLT-A35 looks, smells, feels, tastes and sounds like a digital SLR, but it's much faster.
The SLT-A35 is capable of producing some very pleasing images.
Sony's update to its entry-level SLT (single-lens translucent) interchangeable-lens cameras is solid, if not terribly exciting. The company also plans a firmware update to bring a couple new capabilities to its existing models.
Sony update to its entry-level SLT (single-lens translucent) interchangeable-lens cameras is solid, if not terribly exciting.
Unlike many cameras that have scaled back burst-shooting capabilities, the SLT-A35 delivers fast continuous shooting with a buffer deep enough to make it useful and a viewfinder that makes it possible.
A Windows user and photographer? You can now grab an update to Microsoft's camera codec pack that adds RAW file format support for 34 new cameras.
Whether you like the power of the SLT series or the sleekness of the NEX models, Sony just announced a $600 camera for you. We've got reviews of the new SLT-A37 and the NEX-F3.