Sony Releases Limited-Edition A350 in Japan

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With its yellow-gold body and webbing camera strap, Sony's limited-edition A350 is available in Japan and will cost you the equivalent of $850. The camera, which came second in Wilson's entry-level DSLR Battlemodo last month, looks pretty spanky in champagne, doncha think? Check it out in the extensive and gorgeous gallery below. [Impress]

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I thoroughly echo on the ugly. An SLR should never be silver (nee champagne) unless the body is made out of metal. The finish would never stand up to daily abuse and it makes it looks cheap. One scratch and you'd see the gray or black plastic it's made of beneath the layer of paint. With all the add on lenses being black, why make one silver?

And yipes, Kay Kurokawa is perilously skinny! Looks like you could break her in half without even trying... O.o