Sony revealed the latest edition of its Alpha series interchangeable lens camera, the A77 II. The camera features a 24.3MP sensor paired to a BIONZ® X processor with an increased 20% sensitivity. It also includes a durable magnesium body, 79 phase detection AF points, and the ability to shoot up a five-second burst of up to 12fps with continuous AF.
The A77 II interchangeable lens camera will be released in June 2014 separately at $1,200 USD, or in a kit with a 16-50mm F2.8 lens for $1,800 USD. Check out Sony for the full details.
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