Sony A330 Review

August 14, 2009 | Zoltan Arva-Toth |

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So the Sony Alpha A330 was squaring up to be a distinctly average camera then it came to the noise test and blew me away. It's an interesting design with the materials that have been used and I can't help but think it's more style than function. Especially with the adverts trying to sell lenses as lifestyle accessories. Still, it looks good and works well which is the main thing, it fits nicely in the hands and I got some nice shots with it.
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A modest update over its predecessor, the Sony Alpha DSLR-A300, the Alpha DSLR-A330 offers the same essential feature set in a redesigned body with sufficient quality and performance-enhancing firmware tweaks to merit the term "upgrade." And like its predecessor, the result is a generally solid, if not stellar, entry-level dSLR option.
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Sony's DSLR product range grew again recently with three more models, the A230, A330 and the A380 and it's the middle model, the Sony Alpha 330, which is exclusive to Jessops that we try here. The A330 has a guide price of £500 with the standard 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 zoom. At this price, it's pitched in a competitive sector of the DSLR market and will have to be good to make any impression.
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