Sony Alpha A100 question?

Answer Yes, your old Minolta lenses will work with the Sony Alpha.That makes for a compelling reason to stick with the Sony rather than purchase the Canon. I admit it: I'm a Canon fan. On top of that, ... Read More »

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Specifications for the Sony Alpha A100?

The Sony Alpha A100 is a digital single reflex lens (DSLR) camera that was introduced into the market during the summer of 2006; it has since been discontinued. It was the first DSLR camera that So... Read More »

How good is the Sony Alpha DSLR A100?

I had a Sony point and shoot camera for a couple of years after which it was burned out after only about ten thousand images. Sony is into electronics, not cameras. What I liked about the camera wa... Read More »

I have a Sigma 70-200 DG HSM lens that will autofocus with a Sony alpha 55 but not with my Sony alpha 77 body.?

It sounds as though your lens has not been updated to work with the SLT-A77. Sigma haven't actually licensed the electronic lens interface that is a part of the Alpha mount. What they've done is ... Read More »

Does Sigma AF 28-300 fit Sony A100?

Sony SLR camera mounts are interchangeable with Minolta SLR camera mounts. Sigma lenses are designed to work with this mount as well as mounts for Nikon, Canon and Pentax cameras.Source:Sigma Len ... Read More »