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a850

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Sony Alpha DSLR-A850 photos

In order to carve $700 off the price of the A900, Sony cut costs in four key areas: the A850's viewfinder isn't as nice; it's burst shooting isn't as fast; the finish is a little less...finished; and the remote is optional rather than included. According to Sony, that extra 2 percent of viewfinder coverage is really expensive to attain, and the fast mirror mechanism necessary to gain that 2 extra frames per second in burst shooting adds a lot of cost as well.

13 Images By Aug. 27, 2009

Editors' Take

Samsung SCH-A850 (Verizon Wireless)

Samsung SCH-A850 (Verizon Wireless)

By Oct. 10, 2005

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Sony Alpha A99 leaks, lacks optical viewfinder

A new Sony camera is incoming, and it looks like the follow-up to the A77.

By Sep. 9, 2012

Editors' Take

Samsung LNA850

CNET did not review the Samsung LN46A850, but we did review a model in a different series with similar specs.

By Aug. 26, 2008

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Adobe adds raw support for newer cameras

Customers of the Canon 7D, Nikon D3S, Pentax K-x, and Sony 850 now have official support for their cameras' raw image formats.

By Dec. 18, 2009

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Sony's full-frame, full-court-press for Photokina

The company pulls out all the stops with its fall camera and camcorder announcements.

By Sep. 11, 2012

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Sony breaks $2,000 barrier for full-frame dSLRs

Resolution junkies just gained a more affordable dSLR option.

By Aug. 27, 2009

Review

Sony Alpha a99 SLT-A99V

The Sony Alpha SLT-A99V is a generally great camera that's equally adept at both stills and video, but with a few caveats.

By Mar. 13, 2013

4 stars Editor's rating Mar. 13, 2013
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Apple releases raw compatibility update 3.1

Apple adds raw image file support for 11 additional cameras for use in Aperture 3 and iPhoto '09.

By Feb. 25, 2010

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Sony gets up close with new lenses

Today Sony announced two new lenses, the 30mm f2.8 DT Macro lens (SAL30M28) and the 28-75mm f2.8 SAM lens (SAL2875) along with three new dSLRs.

By Aug. 27, 2009