I currently have a Sony alpha-200, this puppy
Its time for an upgrade now. I went to wedding a few weeks ago, and the pictures were not good. This body is not good in low light - especially the lighting conditions we were in. The lens I was using (70-200/f2.8 ) worked fine, but I had to set the camera to an ISO 1600, sometimes 3200 - so things were a bit fuzzy for most of the night. I didn't carry a monopod (I wanted to enjoy myself and have a few drinks), so that's what I get.
My brother has an A380, and when we take the picture in the same low-light setting using the standard lenses that come with the body, his pictures are way brighter than my own.
It is time for a new body. I have my eyes on a few of them too.
Since I already have a nice lens, I'll stick with the Sony line - I'm used to them.Sony A580Sony SLT A-55
(first generation SLT)Sony SLT A-65
(second generation SLT)
Are there any pointers I might be overlooking between the SLT's and the normal Alphas? like sensor size, low light shooting possibility?
. . . this is the digital projection of your mental self. . . .