The A55 has a 16.2MP sensor while the A33 has a 14.2MP sensor, with the former selling for $750 and the latter for $650 this September. The mid-range DSLR sector just got a lot more interesting.
Those improvements are very nice. It truly seems to move forward in the digital imaging field. I wonder how or if Sony will allow other companies to use these technologies? I know there new even for them, but they seem like definite advances across the board.
Really interesting, but hopefully there's a way to turn this feature off. Selectively blurring some parts of a photograph, or playing with depth of field so that some objects are not in focus, is one of the fundamentals of photographic artistry. Also, I wonder how exactly they made this work? Because "world's first translucent mirror technology" doesn't say much, especially since interrogation cells have always has one-way windows for quite a long time, which I understand to be "translucent mirrors."
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