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Sony Announces A65

25 Aug

Announcing the A77, Sony has also released the SLT-A65, aiming at the top-amateur, mid prosumer users market.

With respect to the A77, the A65 has a plastic body and keeps the same 15-point AF sensor of the A55.

Anyway, it shares with the more equipped sister the brand new 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor and the excellent 2.4M OLED viewfinder.

The price the A65 is offered at is really appealing to all users that may be afraid of buying a top-of-its-class camera and the key features of A65 are the same of the A77.

These are the specs: 24MP APS-C CMOS Sensor, Plastic Body, 1/4000s maximum shutter speed, 10fps, ISO Fixed between 100-1600, Viewfinder 2.4M OLED, 15 points (3 cross-type) AF sensor, tilt/swivel LCD, 1080p60 AVCHD 2.0 Video mode .


Sony announces A77

25 Aug

A long time to wait, for Sony enthusiasts: 4 full years. But now Sony unveiled its semi-professional challenge to DSLR market: the A77.

The camera has been developed using the translucent mirror technology and improved the very good GPS system of A55, and has impressive specs: Magnesium Alloy/Plastic body, a very outstanding electronic viewfinder (2.4 MP), a 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor (newly developed), 12fps full-resolution shooting, 19-point AF sensor (also this one has been newly developed) – 11 of these are cross-type sensors, plus a better phase-detection AF system, both in photo and video mode 1080p60 movies with autofocus, 1/8000s shutter speed, ISO 100 – 16,000 (25,600 with multi-image combination. Expands down to ISO 50), tilt/swivel 920k dot LCD screen.

More, Sony A77 has a new BIONZ processor and a new surprisingly fast electronic first curtain shutter that has an impressive responsiveness to users.

A dream comes true for Sony users: A77 offers a lot of customizable controls like AF fine-tuning, Auto ISO start-end limits tuning, profile-based correction of vignetting, chromatic aberrations and geometric distortion.

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