By David D. Busch
The Sony Alpha SLT-A55 and A33 are leading edge new types that characteristic the original skill to shoot stills at 10 frames according to moment. Geared in the direction of skilled hobbyists, the cameras additionally function, complete HDTV movie-making with non-stop autofocus and 16.7 (A55) and 14.6 (A33) megapixel solution. DAVID BUSCH'S SONY ALPHA SLT-A55/A33 consultant TO electronic images indicates you the way, while, and why to exploit the entire cool beneficial properties, controls, and capabilities of either the A55 and A33 to take nice photos of something. Introductory chapters might help you get ok with the fundamentals in their digicam earlier than they dive correct into exploring inventive how you can practice A55 and A33 dossier codecs, solution, aperture/priority publicity, and automated publicity positive aspects. appealing, full-color pictures illustrate the place the basic buttons and dials are, so you will fast how to use your A55 or A33, and use it like a professional!
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This book is not a scavenger hunt. But after I explain how to use the ISO button to change the sensitivity of the Alpha, I will provide a cross-reference to a longer explanation later in the book that clarifies noise reduction, ISO, and its effects on exposure. I’ve had some readers write me and complain about even my minimized cross-reference approach; they’d like to open the book to one page and read everything there is to know about bracketing, for example. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to understand some features without having a background in what related features do.
Nowadays, all new computers should be compatible with SDHC cards. You might need to get a new card reader if you are using a reader more than a year or two old, because the older SD card readers cannot read SDHC cards. If you feel like splurging (which you’ll have to do at current prices of at least $200) for an SDXC card, you need to be careful about compatibility, not just with the card reader (you’ll likely need a new one), but with your computer. At this writing, SDXC cards can be read by most computers using Windows 7, but most Macintosh computers cannot read these cards without a software patch.
Use the controller’s direction buttons or the control dial to move the focus zone to any single position among the 15 focus zones, and press the center controller button or press the shutter button halfway to exit to the shooting screen. If you want to return to the screen to move the focus point, press the center controller/AF button to bring the selection screen back, and move the focus point as before. I’ll discuss this topic again in Chapter 5, where I explain your focus options in more detail.