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Monday, May 23, 2005

Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200 Review - photographyreview

Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200The Konica Minolta DiMage A200 digital camera has something to offer almost everyone. Like all high-end compact digital cameras, it’s got a full auto mode, for people who don’t understand, or don’t want to make decisions about exposure. The long zoom lens and Anti-Shake System will help inexperienced photographers get good photos in situations where they might normally have problems. So it would be a good choice for beginners who have some money to spend on technology that will really help them take better pictures.

The camera will also work well for people who are considering buying a digital SLR but aren’t sure about the size or expense. The A200 is as close as it gets, without actually having a single lens reflex camera with changeable lenses. It could also be a good second camera for a pro who wants something small and light to compliment their main, workhorse camera. With the threaded lens for filters and accessory lenses, the flash hot shoe, and studio light capabilities, there aren’t many photographic jobs that can’t be handled with the DiMage A200.

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