Jun 10, 2013 by Paul White
On this article I take my Sony a99 and compare the RAW photos against the JPG photos. When taking photos with high ISO settings its nice to see how much of the performance is due to the Full Frame Sensor, and how much is due to the camera's built in post processing, DRO and Noise Correction.
Feb 16, 2012 by Paul White
I recently bought a Sony a900 DSLR off ebay. The camera is in mint condition, but it had a major issue. Some of my lenses would not get a focus lock, and the view finder was dark when compared to my a700. Turns out the problem is a bent aperture arm. There is a quick and cheap fix for this problem, however I opted to send my a900 in to Sony for a repair that was covered under the warranty.
Jan 22, 2012 by Paul White
If you are like me that means you likely own one of the APS-C Sony Alpha DSLR cameras. After years of shooting with my a700, I have reached the point where I am considering going full frame. After a visit to the Sony Store at the Houston Galleria, I have pretty much made up my mind that Full Frame is the way to go. On this article I share my observations of the a900 of which I demoed, and how it differs from my a700.
Feb 6, 2009 by Paul White
To save anyone the time of reading my blog for the detailed reasons. Let me just say, upgrading from the Sony A100 to the Sony A700, was a good decision. Lets put it like this. If these two cameras were guns, I just went from a musket riffle, to an 50 Cal full auto. I know its hard to believe the A700 is that much better than the A100, but it is. Read more for the details