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:lol: the D3 and Canon 1D(s) don't, just shows the positioning of the A900 in the market :?

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The bigger pentaprism in the a900 don´t has space for a flash.

I heard Sony could launch 2 new camera, when? I don´t know, but a low resolution FF maybe 14MPx and other very high resolution 34MPx and could be a CCD SuperHAD and don´t a CMOS with ISO limitation and low sensitive performance, studio and light enviroment control.

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From a commercial model to sell...

ISO 1600 to 24MPx without edition...

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Unfortunately that photo link is to a significantly resized down image so not possible to gauge noise performance.

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Thomas wrote:
D700 has it (the large prism + flash) :)


Hehe, of all the features that favors the D700 you chose something rather insignificant to it's potential buyers. I think pro photographers prefers 100% VF over an on-board flash.

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Unfortunately that photo link is to a significantly resized down image so not possible to gauge noise performance.

This might be interesting. A comparison between the A900 and D3. The results at ISO 3200 are significantly worse than at ISO 200 (of couse), but compared against the D3 at 3200 ISO, the A900 is only slightly worse at that level.
I'm very, very, very sorry Gordon I linked to dpreview's forum, but there I found these images... :(

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Now is something very interesting.

I have read that a900 would allow get 24Mpx FF RAW and cRAW file and 13MPx FF RAW and cRAW file. This is good, because for the same price you would get a camera FF and 2 file size and probably that noise would be better to 13MPx.

The a700 just have RAW file to 3:2 and 16:9 format and 6MPx is JPEG.

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Some days ago i was searching the net for some pictures made with the a900. And i came across a Chinese forum with a lot of pictures.
I decided to put them in a on-line gallery with the pics I allready had, for all of you to enjoy :)

some of the pictures are resized, but there are also some really nice full size pictures (6048 x 4032 pixels). Most of these pics are made with CZ lenses (24-70, 85, 135) except for some pretty obvious 16mm fisheye pictures. And there are really some amazing shots.

Have fun.
http://gallery.me.com/cpthansolo#100369


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Here's a link to the A900's manual, for those who are interested.

For some quality shots of the A900, shots that repesent the camera abilities, unlike many of the other photos out there, click below:
http://alpha.sony.co.kr/product/body/gallery.html#
Some very good images in that gallery.

HoodedOne, couldn't look at the images you linked to, my computer's too slow to load the page...

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That's too bad Bjorn. Maybe it's time to buy a new computer instead of a lens :D :D


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That's too bad Bjorn. Maybe it's time to buy a new computer instead of a lens :D :D


:lol:

Riiight...

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That's too bad Bjorn. Maybe it's time to buy a new computer instead of a lens :D :D

That's next on the wishlist. First the 70-200mm, then a tripod and then a new laptop. Unlimited access to a computer so unlimited access to CL. :D

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Unlimited access to a computer so unlimited access to CL. Very Happy
Haha indead yeah, lol :D

I want a laptop too :evil:
But don't want to save for that long a time. I should consider searching for job's more often.
Oh, btw; I was at my local camerastore talking to the guy abou a lens, and i remembered that they were searcning for students to work there. So i may be getting a job plus it's camerarelated (And then i get xx% off all they'r stuff :D). My dream is finally coming true :D

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Could y'all please stop talking about getting a job at a camera store. It brings back memories of me not getting the job (the son of someone who already worked for the company got it :evil: ).

And if you want a laptop, or, say, the A900 (I'd like both :) ), you really should get a job. It would be impossible for me to buy the 70-200mm without having a job...

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