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Why bother with the expired Sony DSLR-A290 +18-55mm Lens @John Lewis @£284.95
CCD sensor, 23.6 x 15.8mm.
2.7in 2 way tilt LCD screen with Live View.
9 focus points in the viewfinder.
ISO range from 100 to 3200.
Shutter speed 1/4000 to 30sec.
Continuous shooting up to 2.5 frames per second (JPEG).
Memory card compatibility: SD/Memory Stick Pro Duo.
Full auto, semi auto, semi manual, full manual settings.
Hot shoe for additional flash.
A-mount lens mount - 28 lenses available.
Focal length 18-55mm.
Top quality, freestyle shooting made simple
Extremely high imaging quality and creative flexibility that’s so easy to use. Enjoy detail-packed, ultra-high resolution images plus the spontaneity of freestyle live view shooting for stunning results from any angle.
Great pictures from any angle
The LCD screen tilts up or down for comfortable viewing in different shooting positions. It’s really useful if you’re not holding the camera close to your eye: for example of you’re shooting above a crowd or crouching down for an interesting viewpoint.
Quality that won’t weigh you down
Who wants to be weighed down by their DSLR? Small, light and comfortable to hold, there’s less to carry on days out, weekends away or longer trips abroad. Now there’s no excuse for leaving your camera at home.
Control the show in comfort
Connect the camera to your BRAVIA television – then effortlessly control playback functions with your BRAVIA TV’s remote. There’s no need to get up from your favourite chair to enjoy the show in sparkling HD
Super-fast shooting that’s always in focus
Don’t let your digital SLR slow you down. Unique to Sony, Quick AF Live View lets you enjoy live image preview without sacrificing the convenience of fast, accurate autofocus and rapid continuous shooting.
Great results made beautifully simple
Never used a DSLR camera before? Don’t worry – help is at hand. There’s an on-screen help guide, plus a choice of Scene Selection modes to suit any subject. You’ll get amazing results without having to worry about fiddly settings.