Maxxum Sony Alpha

Maxxum Sony Alpha
Sony Alpha A100 question?

Have been looking at Digital Slr cameras and had cut in the Canon Xti or Olympus E510. But I discovered that the Sony Alpha lenses is that I have. I have two Sigma lenses from an old Minolta Maxxum 5 that are 28-80mm f3.5-5.6 II mini and a super macro zoom 70-300mm f4-5.6 dl macro. Is it worth me buying the E510 or the Alpha Xti's just because I have these glasses. I really can not afford the hugely expensive lens for any camera and I'm not really sure what I need because I'm everything you really just want good quality photos of my children. I mostly just want a camera that focuses fast (To move the children) and has the kind of noise problem UltraZoom my Olympus 750 ha. Thanks in advance.

Yes, your old Minolta lenses will work with the Sony Alpha. That makes for a compelling reason not to go with Sony instead of buying the Canon. I confess: I am a fan of Canon. Besides, I do not care much for Sony, largely due to its owner Memory Stick. However, their lenses and the savings realized will not have to replace them are reason enough to stay with Sony. Enjoy PIX break the child!

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