Sony has just added to their DSLR line-up with two new DSLRs aimed at the entry level sector of the market. The DSLR-A290 and A390 both come with 14.2 megapixel CCD sensors and integrated guides which are shown on their LCD screens.
Tim Stevens from Engadget.com is reporting that both models have a HDMI output, SDHC and Memory Stick storage, and 2.7-inch LCD screens. The A390 model has live view allowing the user to take photos without peering through the view finder.
The cameras will be great step up in picture quality for people that would normally use point-and-shoot cameras, but with the in-built user guides easy to use. The A390’s LCD screen can be tilted, and both models have an ISO range from 100 to 3200.
The Sony DSLR-A290 and A390 are expected to sell for $500 and $600 respectively, and be available sometime in the summer.