The new Sony Alpha A55 is not a new DSLR camera, it is better.
Sony unveiled the new Alpha A55 last month. The Sony A55 features a new technology using a translucent mirror. Using the new technology, the Sony Alpha a55 (and also the a33) can continuously and quickly focus (with TTL phase-detection) while shooting stills and recording video--even in full HD, allowing desired moments to be captured in tack sharp focus, high-definition video.
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David Pogue published a piece about the Sony Alpha A55 that explains why it is a game changer.
Quote: "All right. Sony’s A55 camera adopts a new spin on a decades-old photographic idea: the mirror is translucent. It splits light between the focusing sensor and the image sensor — all the time. The mirror never has to flip up to take a picture, so the autofocus never goes blind when you take a shot.As a result, the camera can shoot an incredible 10 shots a second, refocusing all the way. Sony says no other camera in the world can do that." Read the full A55 report on the NY Times.
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The Sony A55 will go on sale next month for around $850 with a lens.