Yesterday afternoon Alex got a chance to run round the Natural History Museum with nothing but a photography tutor, a tank of ants, a fellow horde of journalists and a Sony a700 D-SLR. The camera with its handy SteadyShot features blur compensation technology, adjustable ISO of up to 3200, multiple shooting modes, and a straight-forward interface.
It’s aimed at the fairly proficient amateur, check out what Paul from Sony and Alex have to say about the camera, above. It’s currently available on pre-order for £999.99.
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