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Product Highlights * World’s most AF points1— 79-point phase detection AF System * 24.3 megapixel stunning resolution * Advanced BIONZ® X image processing * Clean low l...Search for similar items
Product Highlights * World’s most AF points1— 79-point phase detection AF System * 24.3 megapixel stunning resolution * Advanced BIONZ® X image processing * Clean low l...
|Lens:||Sony 16-50mm F2.8 Lens|
|Storage:||8 GB & 16 GB|
The Sony SLT-A77 II is - as the name implies - an overhaul of the original A77, from from 2011. The A77 Mark II features a new autofocus sensor, and it's much more than a refreshed version of an existing design. Instead the A77 II is built around the AF module with the most focus points of any camera on the market (79), covering an extremely wide area of the frame. It's also rated to work in lighting as low as -2EV. That doesn't necessarily make it quite as sophisticated at pro-grade DSLRs, since they have more cross and diagonal sensor elements, but it looks very impressive for a camera in this part of the market.
The autofocus capability combines with the camera's ability to shoot images at 12 frames per second to offer a compelling feature set. The A77 II also benefits from the autofocus tracking advances that have been included on recent Sony cameras, which use information from the main image sensor to identify and follow a given target.
Beyond that autofocus sensor, the A77 II gains an updated 24MP sensor (presumed to be a version of the sensor from the a6000, but without the on-chip sensor phase detection design) and all the benefits that the company introduced with its Bionz X processor. This means it gains three features: context-sensitive noise reduction, diffraction reduction technology and more-sophisticated sharpening.
Sony A77 Mark II BodySony 16-50mm F2.8 LensTR-553 Tripod 8 GB Memory Card16 GB mMemory CardCleaning KitSony Camera BagCharger & BatterySony Camera Strap
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