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Sony Awarded Two EISAs For SLT-A99 And DSC-HX50/HX50v

Sony Awarded Two EISAs For SLT-A99 And DSC-HX50/HX50v - Sony has been awarded two EISAs this year, for European Advanced Camera and European Compact Camera.

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Sony Alpha A99

Sony has been awarded two EISA (European Imaging and Sound Association) awards for its cameras this year. 

The SLT-A99 scooped 'European Advanced Camera of the Year'. EISA Judges said: "Sony’s flagship camera, the Alpha SLT-A99, provides the demanding photographer with excellent image quality and a host of innovative features through its use of a full frame sensor and its SLT electronic viewfinder system. The camera’s Exmor CMOS sensor features 24.3 million pixels which, via the BIONZ image processor, can output 14-bit raw files at a rate of six frames per second, while the camera’s unique dual phase detection AF system is designed to keep up with fast moving subjects."
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'European Compact Camera of the Year' was won by the DSC-HX50. EISA judges commented: "The HX50 is the world's smallest compact camera with a 30x zoom lens - stretching the limits of the compact zoom segment even more. Equipped with a Sony G-class lens, the DSC-HX50 offers a great balance of worry-free point-and-shoot photography and high-level manual control and customisation."

For more information on these two products, take a look at Sony's website


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