73 Results for

a900

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Fujifilm FinePix A900

This digital camera puts 9-megapixel stills into an affordable price range, but only if you can put up with its slow speed and confusing quirks.

September 20, 2007

3 stars Editors' rating September 20, 2007

MSRP: $189.95

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Sony Alpha DSLR-A900 (Body Only)

A good first try at a pro-level camera, the Sony Alpha DSLR-A900 has the high resolution but unfortunately lacks some of the performance and usability you expect from a model in its price range.

January 20, 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating January 20, 2009

MSRP: $2,699.99

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Samsung MM-A900 (Sprint)

Though the Samsung MM-A900 is unlikely to win over the most hard-core Razr fans, it's still a compelling and promising alternative to the popular Motorola phone.

December 7, 2005

3.5 stars Editors' rating December 7, 2005

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Sony a900 turns up in Danish magazine ad

The Sony A900 has been spotted in a Danish magazine ad, which shows a 3.0-inch LCD and a 100 percent viewfinder.

By September 4, 2008

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A humorous rant about the Nikon D3X

An Internet parody genre takes on Nikon's new top-end $8,000 SLR and its competition, Sony's A900.

By December 9, 2008

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Sony unveils two new full-frame lenses

Sony this morning announced two new full-frame lenses along with the announcement of the new A900 24MP full-frame DSLR.

By September 9, 2008

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Adobe embraces latest Canon, Nikon, Sony SLRs

Photoshop now can handle raw photos from Canon Rebel XS and 50D, Nikon D90, D700, and P6000, and Sony's A900.

By October 10, 2008

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Samsung MM-A900

Sprint goes slim with the Samsung MM-A900, its answer to the Motorola Razr V3. Read our First Take to see how it measures up.

May 21, 2008

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Sanyo 6600 Katana

The Sanyo 6600 Katana pales in comparison to the Motorola Razr and the Samsung MM-A900 in terms of design and features. But on its own, it's a pretty good midtier phone.

May 21, 2008

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Apple gets raw support for Nikon D90, other SLRs

An update means iPhoto '08 and Aperture 2 can handle raw images from newer SLR cameras, including the Nikon D90, Canon 50D, and Sony A900.

By November 5, 2008