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Sony A77 II
Ilse Jurriën : May 7th 2014 - 17:30 CET
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SonySony Alpha 77 II digital single lens reflex camera : From dynamic sports to the sudden flutter of a startled bird: the new Sony A77 II stays locked right on target, frame after crisply-focused frame. Building on the heritage of Sony’s much-loved original A77 and A700, the A77 II gives advanced amateurs a string of exciting enhancements in a tough, weather-resistant body that’s up to any challenge. Image quality is boosted while sensitivity is increased by approximately 20% compared to the A77 for flawless, exquisitely-detailed stills and Full HD video, even in low light. Non-stop continuous burst shooting stamina is enhanced and there is a clutch of pro-friendly new video functions for movie makers.
Sony A77 II

Sony A77 II equipped with 79 point AF system
For the first time ever, the Sony A77 II features no less than 79 autofocus detection points, including 15 cross points within most frequently-used central area of the sensor. This aids super-accurate focusing, even with horizontally-striped subjects that confuse many other cameras. There’s also a dedicated F2.8 AF point placed horizontally in the centre of the sensor. This centrally-mounted sensor supports apertures up to F2.8, ensuring maximum AF precision when using large-aperture lenses. The AF system also performs well in low light, accurately locking onto subjects in scenes with illumination levels as low as EV-2 (ISO100), where even the human eye can struggle to discern fine detail.

A77 II

Take high quality photos and videos
Whether you’re framing through the viewfinder or on screen in Live View mode, Sony’s unique Translucent Mirror Technology maintains razor-sharp tracking focus on your subject, whether you’re capturing stills or Full HD movies. This powerful new system is less likely to be distracted by other objects - like a rogue balloon moving across your shot at a football match. It performs brilliantly in low-light conditions, capturing crisply-focused images of moving subjects on moonlit nights.

Sony Alpha 77 II

24.3 megapixel Sony Alpha 77 II
The 24.3 megapixel Exmor CMOS image sensor is a showcase for Sony’s world-leading expertise. Together with flawless image detail, low-noise performance is assured across a wide sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 25600. The high-resolution sensor is partnered by the same evolved BIONZ X image processor featured in the A7 and A7R. Around three times faster than Sony’s previous BIONZ engine and optimised for the Sony A77 II, it employs detail reproduction, diffraction-reducing and area-specific noise reduction technologies that contribute to amazing image definition, rich colours and textures with stills and Full HD video.

Alpha 77 II

Burst shooting with the Sony A77-II
The tough, light magnesium body of the A77 II is engineered to withstand the demands of serious enthusiasts in search of that perfect shot. Continuous shooting stamina outpaces many professional cameras, too. The Sony A77 II can capture a non-stop burst of up to 60 full-resolution JPEG images at a maximum continuous shooting speed of approximately 12 frames per second (in Continuous Advance Priority AE mode).

Sony A77II

Sony A77 II price & review
The Sony A77 II carries a suggested retail price of $1.200 USD / €1.200 EUR / £1.000 GBP (body only) and is available from mei 2014. The suggested retail price for the A77 II kit (body + 16-50mm lens) is set at $1.800 USD / €1.800 EUR / £1.550 GBP. As soon as we receive a test sample, we will publish a sample photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Sony A77 II review.
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