Sony has announced the launch of two new DSLR in its Alpha Series, they are the Alpha A33 and the Alpha 55 Cameras. Both Cameras utilizes Sony’s new Translucent Mirror Technology and both have a a translucent mirror, which enables light passing through the lens to be simultaneously received by the image sensor and the auto focus sensor, allowing continuous shooting and continuous focusing at speeds never before possible.
The Alpha A33 gets a 14.2-Megapixel and the A55 features a 16.2-Megapixel Exmox APS HD CMOS image sensor, they are both equipped with BIONZ image processor, Tru-Finder Electronic Viewfinder, a tilting and swiveling 3-inch Xtra Fine LCD display. Both cameras features built-in flash, SteadyShot INSIDE in-camera image stabilization system, Anti-dust System, Auto HDR mode, Sweep Panorama for both 2D and 3D, ISO 100-12800, Quick AF Live View and a card slot that supports Memory Stick PRO DUO/PRO-HG Duo and SD/SDHC cards.
They also comes with built-in GPS capability for geotagging, and are both compatible with Sony ? lens, Minolta and Konica Minolta AF lens. The body of the A33 and A55 are priced at $750 and $650, respectively, however if you want to get either with a 18-55mm zoom lens, they are priced at $850 and $750, respectively.