The Sony A200 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 10.2 megapixels manufactured from 2008 to 2009 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 3200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 3 FPS x 6 RAW / unlimited JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 450 €;
9 users have given it an average vote of 8.1 out of 10
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Opinion:It was my first reflex, which in 2010 kindly passed me my father. Since then it has given me a lot of satisfaction. Great stabilization in the car. Great sensor, which although with "only" 10 mpx, could hold up to entry level sisters much more current. Obvious high ISO suffers a lot and does not compare with the most modern sensors. Even today, even though it is no longer my main camera, I happen to use it while making me have fun.
Cons:Poor high ISO hold. The built-in flash is too low and casts the lens shadow.
Opinion:Bought 10 years ago with his beautiful 18-70 supplied, he never missed a shot. As soon as possible I'll put some shots online: I've never used the tripod, also because the sensor stabilization is great. Now I use the A68, but I keep it in reserve. The CCD sensor, exceptional, does not almost regret the lack of a few more megapixels. With low brightness does not do miracles of course, but it still has its own because.
Opinion:The machine that does not miss a beat, perfect, exposure is deadly as the White Balance, the sensor is a Goduria, the best of the best of the best CCD 10 megapixel ever done for APSC, Stabilized, mounts The Autofocus Minolta I know good and costs as a cap of a Leica, light, churning out deadly Jpeg, discreet Viewfinder, the Raw do not need !! Only drawback ... the Plastics
Pros:Entry level cost-of-good-stabilized AF motor on the camera body
Cons:Burst-Mirino- High Iso-sled Flash Minolta
Opinion:I bought Qusta machine as first SLR about a year and a half ago used because of the very low cost. I must say I was not disappointed at all and definitely keep as a second body or to bring my partner to photography. Very good as first SLR for both ease of use and for the good that produces RAW files (not shooting ever in JPG habit) the lack of live wiew not felt the way I take. I decided to change it as it is an entry level and start up with me a little cramped. The only flaw is the difficult availability of quality optics used and then the very high costs for upgrading dell'atrezzatura. Very durable, it happened to use it in the rain and did not make a peep though it is tropicalized. Another is the sled against the attack of the flash that is so urgent that Minolta and an adapter to use flash or universal accessories. Machine recommended for those who are not afraid to spend on new optical or simply want an SLR arounddo. Otherwise advise staying on Canon or Nikon is not the quality of the images but to the availability of material used at good prices
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