100.0% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
0.0% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 7
PROS: anti shake in body works well, easy to adjust, glad that Sony is putting out lenses and other accessories.
CONS: clunky shutter makes the whole camera seem cheap.
PROS: Excellent color and very sharp. Very good battery life. Easy to use features and the large disply on the back is great. The anti-shake is also a plus.
CONS: You should have a 512 MB card when using the high settings for picture quality and have enough room to store plenty of pictures.
PROS: Reliable auto controls if you want to be lazy or need to catch a picture fast! Anti-shake technology built into the body. Solid body. Boots up in the blink of an eye. Gorgeous images
CONS: Shutter release is a bit too noisy. Built in flash is handy and works fine but impresses me as being vulnerable... not the strongest part of the camera
PROS: The thing that sold me was the fact that i could use my maxxum lenses as well as my flash that i had already purchased. The AF on this camera is very good, the huge screen in the back is great.
CONS: I was heart broken to find out that konica minolta will be getting out of the camera business soon :(
PROS: Fast start-up, shot to shot, card write, controls laid out well, noise levels, built like a tank, very comfortable, and of course Anti-Shake feature built-in
CONS: would of liked higher resolution TFT, RAW+Jpeg would be more useful if you could adjust the Jpeg setting
PROS: 3 fps, uses my 20 year old 75-300mm autofocus lens, antishake, intuitive control placement
CONS: a little noisy in very quiet places.
PROS: Pirce, AntiShake, Most sophisticated WB system, big screen, good kit lens, very rich advanced features from 7D, feel good in hand and solid biult, good battery life, Zoon match, very clean hi iso
CONS: shutter noise, neck strap, lens choice from KM,
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