Sony Alpha 390 DSLR: Release date and price

By Peter Chubb - Jun 24, 2010

Sony does not sit still for long; this is evident with the range of consumer electronics devices that it managed to get onto the market. The latest device is the new Sony Alpha 390 DSLR camera with its 14.2-megapixel CCD image sensor – ideal for those first-timers to DSLR.

The compact body is lightweight – so should not weigh you down if you have to carry the device around with you for hours on end. The 390 comes with a 2.7-inch LCD display, which can be adjusted at a number of angles. Sony has packed in some amazing technology to stay ahead of the game.

SteadyShot is just one of these, making it easier to take a steady shot when you find it difficult to keep your camera still. The camera comes with an HDMI port, so is perfect when connecting to a HDTV or if you have a computer with the same connection port.

Techlogg explains that the Sony Alpha 390 DSLR camera will be released in July and will cost from $799, for those looking for the dual-lens kit – then this will cost an extra $200.

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