Sony Alpha 100 DSLR

Sony Alpha 100 DSLR

A quick post on the camera I am using for most of the photos on this blog.  It is the Sony Alpha 100 Digital SLR.  They have come out with the 200 series since I bought this, but I have not had the need to upgrade just yet.

One of the main reasons I decided on this camera, aside from the good reviews, was that it was compatible with the lenses from my Minolta film SLR camera.  In addition the Super SteadyShot image stabilization is a great feature.

The picture quality is excellent and it is a great camera overall.  No complaints here.

2 Responses to “Sony Alpha 100”

  1. Philip Muller

    on May 30 2011

    I have an alpha 100 I just bought a prolite 82 studio set of strobes but can’t get them to work together any sugestions?

  2. Mike

    on May 30 2011

    Hey Philip,
    I have not used my Alpha 100 in quite a while. I upgraded to the 850. But I also don’t shoot much at all with strobe lights (but it is on my list of things to start working with). So I can’t offer you any first hand advice.

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