Sony has come up with Alpha 450 DSLR camera, featuring a 2.7in LCD screen and extended battery life.
Alpha 450 features 14.2 mega pixel, ISO sensitivity all the way down to 12,800 and powerful Bionz image processing engine that delivers high-quality imaging even in low light conditions without flash.
In addition, Sony’s new camera, which weighs around 520 grams, offers up to 7 frames a second continuous shooting and Manual Focus Check Live View.
The company hasn’t disclosed the exact price for the Alpha 450, but the camera is expected to be priced below $1,000.
Sony has plans to start offering Alpha 450 from February.
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