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Sony Alpha Digital Cameras

Sony's alpha line of digital cameras was originally created to encompass all of the brand's DSLR cameras but now features cameras that employ three different imaging techniques: DSLR, SLT and mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras. There is a wide range of Sony Alpha digital cameras available to choose from to suit your needs.

Sony a99 II

The Sony a99 II is the flagship Sony DSLR camera and is a direct replacement to the original Sony a99. First released in September 2016, the a99 II offers low light autofocus that sets it apart from its competitors. The single lens design allows faster focusing and shooting than any other DSLR camera. At 12 frames per second it can shoot roughly twice as fast in continuous burst mode as its competitors.

Sony a77 II

The Sony a77 II is designed with the advanced amateur in mind with it's interchangeable camera lens and electronic viewfinder. Replacing the Sony a77 in 2014 the new a77 II makes best use of WiFi and NFC compatibility. It features a wider and denser focus area with a massive 79 autofocus points, which grants the photographer much greater control over their photographs.

Sony a58

The Sony a58 was designed to consolidate both the Sony a57 and 37 into a single, entry level SLR camera. It boasts an impressive 8 frames per second, 1080p video capture and a good ISO sensitivity of 100-16,000. The 15 point autofocus is also very strong, utilising auto object framing technology to create much stronger moving pictures.


The Sony Alpha range also offers a wide variety of camera accessories including a personalised flash system. In 2012 a new hotshoe attachment system was introduced, featuring 21+3 pins and a fully ISO-518 compatible horseshoe range was. It replaced the auto lock accessory, which was previously in use with the alpha range of equipment. Sony has since expanded their range and it now offers advanced wireless flash control, including grouping of external flashes into with full ratio control.

Sony have also released the HVL-RLAM and HVL-RL1 which are ring shaped LED lights for use when filming continuous video. They can also be used as instant flashes, however a true macro flash will give far better results. In addition to this, again with filmmaking in mind, Sony have produced two different external microphones for use when recording sound on these cameras. They feature selectable directivity of the sound that is recorded, ranging from ninety to a full one hundred and twenty.

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