Sony has confirmed the troika of Alpha dSLR cameras that were leaked last week. The Alpha 230, 330 and 380 are set to hit Sony's online stores today.
Each of the consumer-friendly cameras boasts a 69mm (2.7-inch) screen displaying 230,400 pixels. The 230 and 330 pack 10.2-megapixels while the 380 rocks 14.
Each of the cameras shoots up to 2.5fps when peering through the viewfinder. The 330 and 380 also manage 2fps when using the live view screen, leaving you free to wave the camera around while tracking action. A new self-timer drive mode grabs a quick burst of three or five frames to make sure you get a decent group shot even if Uncle Herbert is looking the wrong way to start with. The maximum ISO speed is 3200 for lower-light situations. The cameras also include nine focus points and forty metering segments.
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