So just to confirm my assumptions: The grip is horrible (unlike the one of the a700 which was just next to it and had a great grip) - I mean seriously horrible
And we took some pictures at ISO 800 and well, guess what - tons of noise, easily visible even on the camera LCD. I can't imagine why anybody would waste money on that, sorry.
Oh dear' thats your personal thought you really is a pro! you should be 50% in the world of photography before you can suggest that...
not all people are cocerned in the grips what i just observed why a300/a350 is not available in here because they love the live view of that cam. (so P/S style of clickin?)
Oh and as I'm selling cameras myself, I definitely know what the low-end customer is asking of cameras. And most people who are looking into a DSLR, want the one with the highest image quality..
Have you ever encounter a pixel buster cutomer who insist that more pixel good quality??? there are lots of people that are narow minded here' they never listen with the one whos selling the camo they jus go and buy what they think cool (They think that a sales man/reprentative have bubbling mouth to sell more
Movie mode is also very very faishonable at the moment.
A hundred percent 100% I AGREE! THERE!.... (So fast live view or movie mode?)
You bet I won't recommend the new sonys to anyone. Before you ask, no I'm not just selling Canons, only because I'm using one myself. In fact, I recently find myself recommending a lot of Nikons because I find their newest cameras with the excellent, cheap 18-105mm most suitable for the typical "prosumer".
thats personal again so to end up... I'm really biased in my post cause i use Sony but i hope in there Semi pro they will not thow the good body style in A700.........
(Good Jpeg PLEASE>>>>>>>>>>>)
PEACE BE WITH YOU!!! Nostrum