Big news today for all the Minolta/Sony fans in the crowd. They've announced their “Flagship” dSLR model, the A900. Similar in appearance to their semi-pro model, the A700, the A900 sports some fancy upgrades. The big hype has been around the 24MP full frame sensor, but the new model also has dual processors, improvements on the viewfinder, autofocus, user controls, and some shiny new lenses to go with that full-frame sensor.
Geared to compete with Canon's 5D and Nikon's D700, the price is also set in the same arena at $3000 for the camera body. I'm a Sony user, but I won't personally be upgrading from the A700 to the A900 anytime soon. If I were a professional who relied on my equipment to make a living, I certainly would.
What do you guys think of this new camera from Sony? What did they get right? What did they miss?