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DateApr 2013
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Reviews of Sony SLT-A77
Reviewed on 2012-05-25
This setup means it can autofocus scorchingly fast, shoot continuous stills at up to 12fps and features barely any shutter lag: press the button and the photo is taken 50msec later. The electronic viewfinder used to be the inevitable downside, but the A77...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-24
Exactly a year ago, Sony unveiled the Alpha SLT-A55 and A33 , a pair of interchangeable lens cameras that use the company's translucent mirror design. Unlike a conventional SLR (single lens reflex) camera that uses a reflex mirror that flips out of the wa...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-24
High-res OLED EVF provides ultrasharp view with WYSIWYG exposure feedback, Superfast 12-fps shooting; excellent range of options for video capture, Focus magnification and/or focus peaking for manual focus
EVF struggles a bit in very high-contrast scenes, Noisier images than some competing cameras when shooting in low light at higher ISOs, Default magnification for instant review not user-configurable
With the release of the Sony Alpha SLT-A55 and SLT-A33 in late 2010, Sony created a new category of camera, similar to a conventional digital SLR in many respects (same sensor size, lens mounts, general form factor) but with an ingenious technical twist i...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-03
Excellent still and video quality, Terrific OLED viewfinder, 12 fps shooting
Bulky, expensive, Noisy at higher ISOs
Sony's current top-of-the-line DSLR gives its Canon and Nikon competitors a major run for the money, as we'll see shortly. The SLT-A77 looks like a traditional enthusiast DSLR – it's big, heavy and peppered with buttons and dials. But inside the camera, ...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-13
Excellent image and video quality, Ridiculously fast, Fantastic kit lens, Built-in GPS, Superior Live View and autofocus performance
Inferior low-light performance, Lens ecosystem lags Canon and Nikon, EVF isn't as good as an OVF, Mediocre battery life
There's no two ways about it: the A77 is a big, heavy camera. The body itself weighs a relatively average 1.4 pounds, but the kit lens adds another 1.3; you won't forget you're carrying this camera around. At 5.75 inches wide by 4.13 inches tall and 3.25 ...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-01
Big, bright ultra high resolution EVF, 12fps burst mode with AF, 1080p60/50 movie mode, Continuous AF in movie modes , High quality bright 16-50mm kit lens, 24 Megapixel sensor.
Limited exposure control at 12fps, Limited movie AF with Manual exposure, Poor menu layout and organisation, Poor battery life compared to a DSLR.
Sony Alpha SLT A77 review The Sony Alpha SLT-A77 is Sony's flagship SLT camera. Announced in August 2011 alongside the simpler A65 it features a 24.3 Megapixel APS-C sensor, 12fps continuous shooting with AF, full 1080p HD video at 50 or 60 frames per...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-20
Excellent kit lens. High-resolution sensor. Fast burst shooting. Good high ISO performance. 1080p60 video with autofocus. Crisp OLED EVF. GPS.
Recovery time needed after burst shooting. No optical viewfinder. Proprietary hot shoe
The Alpha 77 ($1,999.99 direct with 16-50mm lens) is the flagship APS-C D-SLR camera in the Sony lineup, coming in only second to the full-frame Alpha 900 ($2,699.99 body only) in price. Like Sony's other current APS-C D-SLRs, the camera features a fixed ...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-09
Built in GPS, Extremely fast continuous shooting (12fps), Stunning OLED EVF (has to be seen to be believed), Excellent image quality, Excellent colour, Continuous focus during videos, AF Fine-tuning, Weather sealed magnesium alloy body, ISO50 available, W...
Higher than expected PF/CA, 16-50mm kit lens increases price by roughly 50%, Non-standard flash hot-shoe
Sony Alpha A77 SLT - The Sony Alpha range of Digital SLR / SLTs all feature built in "anti-shake" / Super steady shot sensors, as a continuation of the Konica Minolta DSLR heritage. The Anti-Shake / AS name was featured on Konica Minolta DSLRs, but can...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-13
The Sony A77 is the flagship model in the second generation of Sony's SLT camera range. The A77 offers a 24.3 megapixel sensor, 12fps burst shooting, 1080p Full HD movies, high-resolution OLED viewfinder, 3-inch free-angle LCD, 19-point auto-focus wit...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-01
In recent months it was obvious that Sony and Panasonic had left the upper end DSLR to others … such as Nikon and Canon.Until now! And this one is a big mother… the Sony SLT-A77!Loaded with battery, card and the supplied f2/16-50 SSM lens the camera w...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-22
The other guys should be worriedWhen we named Sony's Alpha 55 Camera of the Year last year , we didn't expect that the company would come along with a model like the new Alpha 77. In addition to the benefits we loved in the A55, such as full-time phase-de...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-02
Sony Alpha A77 SLTThe new cameras are the first Digital SLRs to feature GPS built in and as per usual with the Sony Alpha range of Digital SLR / SLTs all feature built in...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-25
First impressions are that the NEX-7 and SLT-A77 are definitely going to garner lots of interest among enthusiasts. I like that Sony is fearlessly forging ahead with using the APS-C large sensor and there’s no hint of going backward with using sma...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-25
At first glance, and probably even after several subsequent glances, you might mistake the just-announced Sony Alpha SLT-A77 for a DSLR.Its size, kit price and weather-sealed magnesium alloy body are all well in line with what you'd expect from a high...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-24
24.30MegapixelsSony Alpha (Minolta A) mount3.0 inchLCDReview Summary: Making a major leap in the camera market, the Sony A77 reaches into pro territory, able to capture 12 frames per second with a 24.3-megapixel camera that feels great and handles like...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-01
I'll put aside the question of image quality for the moment, since I am not commenting directly on this until I can test a full production A77. But I have no hesitation in saying that the A77's three year newer sensor is bound to trump that of the A900 at higher ISOs, say above 800. At lower ISOs it may be a push, but based on some very informal first impressions I think that we'll find tha..
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Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Sony SLT-A77 In-depth Review October 2011 | Barnaby Britton with additional material by Richard Butler and Kelcey Smith After a four-year wait, Sony has returned to the enthusiast/semi-pro end of the DSLR market. Having made little impact in that mark...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
Once Canon and Nikon got themselves established at the top end of the 35mm SLR market, it's been very hard to make any impact on their shares of this business. Many have tried and failed – Contax, Leica, Minolta, Olympus and Pentax. Olympus had a good go ...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-25
A well-designed camera that's enjoyable to shoot, partly thanks to a great viewfinder, the fixed-mirror Sony Alpha SLT-A77V bests the competition with features like a cleverly articulated display, built-in GPS for geotagging, and very good 1080/60p video...
There are some annoying omissions in the A77V's feature set, including odd limitations for raw and video shooting, plus battery life is subpar
I'll lead off by saying that I enjoyed shooting with the Sony Alpha SLT-A77V more than any camera since the Nikon D7000 . It's heavy, especially with the 16-50mm kit lens (which, by the way, has become my favorite Sony lens), but the grip is comfy, it fee...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-29
Excellent build quality. Very nice kit lens. GPS built in. Excellent HD video quality
Response times could be faster. Battery drains quickly
At the top end of Sony's SLT camera range sits the A77, oozing "semi-professional" vibes from every one of its magnesium-alloy and plastic pores. Sony's strength in the camera arena has long been adding a range of class-leading features that leave the...
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