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Sony Alpha A77 II refreshes DSLR with speedy BIONZ X

Sony Alpha A77 II refreshes DSLR with speedy BIONZ X

Sony has revealed the new Alpha A77 II DSLR, updating the A77 and A700 with a new autofocus system, BIONZ X processing, and a claimed 20-percent bump in light sensitivity over its predecessor. The new camera now packs a 79-point phase detection AF system and supports up to f/2.8 aperture, while the sensor is 24.3-megapixels as per the old version, albeit with a new structure that Sony claims makes it considerably more precise than the outgoing camera.

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Sony Alpha A6000 delivers record-breaking AF from A7′s brain

Sony Alpha A6000 delivers record-breaking AF from A7′s brain

Sony has revealed its latest Alpha camera, the A6000, a 24.3-megapixel compact DLSR slotting in-between the NEX-5T and the A65 and promising the fastest autofocus in the world. Measuring in at a 120 x 67 x 45 mm and 344g pre-lens, the A6000 has a new Exmor APS HD CMOS running through the same updated BIONZ X engine as in the A7 series, for an ISO range of 100-25600 and an autofocus lock in just 0.06 seconds. That's not all the makes the A600 look like it's shaping up to be one of the more interesting cameras of 2014, however.

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Sony Action Cam HDR-AS30V pairs 16MP Exmor-R sensor with hardcore cage

Sony Action Cam HDR-AS30V pairs 16MP Exmor-R sensor with hardcore cage

This point-of-view camera allows users to record GPS as they record video on-the-go. The theme of this product is "Prove Yourself", Sony suggesting that the addition of GPS to video is letting users to show - and prove - that they were rolling out in hardcore sports situations of all sorts. This camera is 25% smaller than Sony's previous solutions from Sony in the Action Cam universe, this paired with 16 megapixel Exmor-R sensor, CZ Lens, and a 170-degree viewing angle.

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Sony Lens Cameras and Xperia Honami aimed at September 4th reveal

Sony Lens Cameras and Xperia Honami aimed at September 4th reveal

This week more details on the upcoming launch of the Sony Xperia i1, aka Honami, as well as a set of Sony Lens Cameras have appeared, complete with a possible launch date for the lot of them. Coming straight from trusted inside sources speaking with Sony Alpha Rumors is the tip that the smartphone and both Lens Cameras (revealed in bits yesterday) would be pushed on the 4th of September, right on top of Berlin-based IFA 2013. Also revealed at said event will be a set of new Sony action cameras.

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Sony NEX-6 packs OLED electronic viewfinder and WiFi

Sony NEX-6 packs OLED electronic viewfinder and WiFi

Sony has revealed its latest interchangeable lens camera, the NEX-6, delivering 16.1-megapixel stills and Full HD video from something scaled for your coat pocket. Packing integrated WiFi, an XGA OLED Tru-Finder electronic viewfinder, and a 3-inch positionable LCD, the NEX-6 supports ISO up to 25600 and offers the same Fast Hybrid AF system as Sony previously launched on the NEX-5R.

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Sony NEX-F3 and Alpha SLT-A37 official

Sony NEX-F3 and Alpha SLT-A37 official

Sony has added two new cameras to its lineup, the NEX-F3 that we saw leaked not too long ago, and an entry level SLT camera, the Alpha SLT-A37. The NEX-F3 will feature the same interchangeable lens system and APS-C sensor as its cousins, but in a more affordable package and with some minor tweaks. The SLT-A37, meanwhile, comes in a bigger chassis but has the option to add a telephoto lens.

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Sony A77 24-Megapixel Camera Updated Photos (and Specs) Leak

Sony A77 24-Megapixel Camera Updated Photos (and Specs) Leak

We've certainly seen this device before a few times: in a video, with a couple of battery grip photos, and in some tiny preview images. Today we get our best look yet at Sony's brand new 24-megapixel with two-way swivel display on the back and that big bright red "a" staring you down in the front. It's lovely, it's beautiful, it's ready for action, and we've got the most updated specs right here, right now.

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