As well as announcing the new Sony NEX-C3, Sony also added a new DSLR to their range with the launch of the Sony Alpha A35, and it features a 16.2 megapixel Exmor APS HD CMOS Sensor.
The Sony Alpha A35 has an ISO range of up to 12800, and it is capale of recording HD video in 1080i, it also features a 7.5cm TFT LCD display with a 921k dot resolution.
With a resolution of 16.2 effective megapixels, the newly-developed Exmor™ APS HD CMOS sensor delivers stunningly detailed, low-noise still and HD video images. Complementing the sensor’s extremely high resolution and sensitivity, the powerful BIONZ processor cleans and optimises image data to assure flawless images with rich, natural colour reproduction. With a maximum sensitivity of ISO 12800, it’s possible to capture beautifully natural still images and HD video in low light where other cameras struggle.
You can find out full details about the new Sony A35 over at Sony.
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