Sony A77II Digital SLR Camera with 16-50mm F2.8 Lens

July 2, 2017 - Comment

Sony A77II Digital SLR Camera with 16-50mm F2.8 Lens Product Features Superb subject tracking Astonishing image quality OLED Tru-Finder Superior movie performance Wi-Fi/NFC connectivity Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn

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Sony A77II Digital SLR Camera with 16-50mm F2.8 Lens

Product Features

  • Superb subject tracking
  • Astonishing image quality
  • OLED Tru-Finder
  • Superior movie performance
  • Wi-Fi/NFC connectivity
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D. F. Watt says:

Back In Front As The Best Prosumer APS-C Camera? The A77II is a solid upgrade to its predecessor (which was no slouch) with a number of solid functional improvements from the previous generation Alpha 77/65 models. These include a better sensor, a deeper operating system, a much better AF system, a better JPEG engine from a better central processor, and several other tweaks. Sony really did their homework on this upgrade to the A77, and they have done an excellent job squeezing at least another full f-stop or more out of the sensor relative to its predecessor – at least in JPEGs (but see the – typically – contentious debate in the comments section over this question of how much low light functioning has been improved). I wouldn’t be surprised if the excellent Toshiba sensor in the (now replaced) Nikon 7100/5300 was their design target. This means that the A77ii is now only ~ 0.7-1.5 f-stops below the Sony full frame 24 megapixel sensor (in the Sony A99 and Nikon 600/610), instead of its previous ~ 2+ stop disadvantage (the 610…

UG says:

A Truly Exceptional Camera I’m going to keep this review short because, if you’re seriously looking at buying an $1,800 camera, you already have a pretty good idea of what you want and are probably just reading reviews for moral support before you hit the “purchase” button! That said, I am extremely happy with the performance of my new A77ii. I have had the camera for almost a month and have shot several sessions with it including senior portraits, graduations, and a family event. The results have been exceptional and the camera is a joy to shoot with. Pros include, nearly instant (and accurate) auto-focus, seemingly endless buffer capacity, exceptional image quality, and vastly improved high ISO performance. All I can say about the EVF is WOW! It is brilliant and silky smooth! Battery life has been surprisingly good. My first battery charge lasted for 1,300 shots and I was down to about 30% capacity. I honestly have no complaints so far, simply a fantastic camera IMHO.

Ron P. Wilson says:

Wow – feels like back when when I got my first SLR Because I’m already (heavily) invested in Minolta lenses, Sony was the obvious choice for me when it came time for digital. OK, on to the Sony Alpha 77 mkII -> It feels natural in my hands and is intuitive to operate. This is what I would call a transparent camera; that is to say, operating the camera doesn’t get between me and my photography. The OLED viewfinder does NOT look digital to me. In fact, the viewfinder is as sharp and as clear as an SLR optical viewfinder. One thing about the OLED that hasn’t been brought up is that the viewfinder remains bright and clear even when the room is somewhat dark (within reason, this isn’t night-vision equipment). If I had to choose between an optical viewfinder and the Sony OLED, I’d take the OLED hands down…….. yeah, I’m surprised too. I didn’t expect it to be this good. 

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