Sony Arrives Fashionably Late to the Digital SLR Party
Entering a competition now dominated by the likes of Canon and Nikon, Sony introduced Tuesday the Alpha DSL-A100, their first digital SLR camera. Sony comes to this launch after a year-long collaboration with Konica Minolta, recently nudged out of the camera business by the shift to digital (and bought by Sony in January). The digital SLR market has been growing recently, as the high-end cameras have begun to appeal to non-professionals and professionals alike. The 10.2-megapixel Alphas are expected to go on sale in July for with an MSRP of $900 for the body, with lenses ranging from $450 to $700.
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