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

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The a77 II strikes an impressive balance between features, functionality and price point. Although in use many of its biggest selling points do have qualifications attached, none of these limitations is a deal breaker.

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Dan BracagliaDan BracagliaReviewer
The a77 II is a fantastic sports, action and wildlife camera and one of only a handful of cameras that can successfully use continuous AF during video capture. Its high speed shooting and continuous AF capabilities are on par with far more expensive, pro-level bodies, though it has some limitations.
Rishi SanyalRishi SanyalDeputy/Tech Editor
The a77 II is packed with features. SLT technology enables fast burst rates and a pro-grade AF module that keeps up at 12 fps and during movie recording. While subject tracking and low light performance aren’t up there with the best of its competition, the inclusion of features like face-detect AF, in-body image stabilization, and WiFi/NFC connectivity guarantee broad appeal and makes the a77 II a great value camera.

Reasons to buy

  • New, improved AF: Building on the Sony a6000's AF technology, the a77 II offers 79 points with 15 cross-type, covering 40% of the frame
  • Continuous shooting: Up to 60 JPEGs can be captured at 12 fps with continuous autofocus
  • Operation: A versatile swiveling LCD and solid ergonomics make the a77 II easy to use
  • Build quality: A mid-size DSLR, the a77 II has a solid, weather-sealed magnesium alloy body
  • Video: The a77 II can record 1080/60p video (using the XAVC S codec) with continuous autofocus and image stabilization

Things to consider

  • Noise: At high sensitivities, images are noisier than other cameras in this class
  • Subject tracking: In theory the a77 II can track moving subjects exceptionally well, though it was not very reliable in our tests
  • Limitations in high speed burst mode: You'll have very little control over shutter speed and aperture when shooting at 12 frames per second
  • Buffer delays: It takes the a77 II longer than its peers to save images to a memory card after taking a long burst of photos
Notable features
24MP, stabilized CMOS sensor and SLT technology
24MP, stabilized CMOS sensor and SLT technology
The a77 II's innards consist of more than a traditional mirror and 24MP CMOS sensor. The sensor is image stabilized, so every lens you attach has shake reduction. The mirror is translucent, allowing for light to travel to a traditional AF sensor near the electronic viewfinder. This allows for continuous autofocus at high frame rates.
Flip up, articulating LCD
Flip up, articulating LCD
The camera's 3" LCD can flip upward by 180 degrees and rotate 270 degrees.
Top-mounted LCD info display
Top-mounted LCD info display
A rarity on interchangeable lens cameras these days, you can check shooting information via the LCD on the a77 II's top plate.
Electronic viewfinder
Electronic viewfinder
The a77 II features a beautiful OLED viewfinder with 2.36 million dots.
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 3.2 x 4.1 inches ; 1.4 pounds
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 1, 2014

Product Description

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Product Description

With built-in NFC (near-field communication) technology, this Sony Alpha a77 II DSLR camera makes it simple to share images with select devices. The magnesium-alloy body resists damage due to moisture and dust for use in harsh environments.

From the Manufacturer

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Capture the moment more decisively than ever before. Sony’s α77II delivers the world’s fastest1 shooting at 12 fps, while amazing 79-point Phase Detection AF keeps fast-moving subjects in focus and a 24.3MP sensor delivers stunning and detailed imagery. Even sharing is fast thanks to built-in Wi-Fi and NFC.
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Technology



Never miss a moment with 12fps

The α77II has up to 12 frames per second at full resolution. Equipped with a 79 point AF sensor and advanced auto focus tracking, technology, you never have to miss a moment. The α77II outperforms even more expensive rivals with continuous auto focus and auto exposure when shooting at 12fps at full 24.3MP resolution and can capture up to 60 frames in a single burst when in JPEG fine setting.

World’s Most AF points1— 79-point Phase Detection AF System

The α77II is equipped with a newly developed phase detection auto focus system, featuring wide coverage 79 AF points. Fifteen of the AF points are cross-type and placed in the most-frequently-used central area of the sensor. This helps the α77II achieve accurate focusing even with horizontally striped subjects, which line-type AF points typically find challenging. The new AF system also performs well in low-light conditions—as low as EV -2 (ISO 100), which is similar to a moonlit night under which objects are difficult to see even with the naked eye. The new AF algorithm instantly recognizes and reliably tracks the desired subject. The α77II also realizes impressive focusing accuracy, even when a large-aperture lens is mounted, thanks to the f/2.8 AF point placed horizontally in the center of the AF sensor overlapping another AF point.

24.3 Megapixel Stunning Resolution

The α77II houses a large APS-C sensor with approx. 24.3 effective megapixels for incredible detail and gorgeous enlargements. Its high resolving power adopts the same gapless on-chip lens structure as the α7R and features the latest-generation RGB color filter and other cutting-edge device technologies developed by Sony, the number 1 manufacturer of image sensors. The α77II’s image sensor exhibits approximately 20% higher sensitivity and lower noise levels compared to the α77 throughout a wide sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 25,600.


Advanced BIONZ X image processing

The α77II is equipped with the same BIONZ X image processing engine as on the top-of-the-line full-frame models—α7 and α7R. This engine achieves approximately three times the processing speed of previous BIONZ and features all the latest image processing technologies, which are optimized for this model. The result is astonishingly high-speed processing capabilities as well as faithfully reproduced textures and amazing definition.

Clean Low Light Images with Low Noise and Area-Specific Noise Reduction

The α77II has a wide sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 25,600 for faster shutter speeds and low-light shooting situations. Combined with detail reproduction technology, area-specific noise reduction effectively suppresses noise and realize high-sensitivity images resulting in fine details and less grain from corner to corner.

Instant Sharing via Smartphone with Build-in Wi-Fi and NFC

Connectivity with smartphones has been simplified with Wi-Fi and NFC control for one-touch sharing. Simply tap the camera to another NFC-enabled device like a tablet or smartphone and photos are transferred with just one touch. Users need only touch devices to connect; no complex set-up is required. Moreover, when using Smart Remote Control, the camera’s shutter can be conveniently controlled by your smartphone’s touchscreen.


Additional Features


Diffraction-Reducing Technology

Diffraction-reducing technology maximizes the optical performance of lenses and produces finer details when shooting with a small aperture setting. Optimal filter processing—that best matches the f-number—is applied to correct image points that are blurred, preventing diffraction effects that become an issue when shooting with a deep depth of field and high pixel count. You can therefore depend on finely detailed images even when shooting with a small aperture setting.

Professional Rugged, Weather-Resistant Magnesium Alloy Body

The α77II is a high-quality, high-precision shooting tool built for the real world with a rugged magnesium alloy body that combines high strength with light weight. Sealing around the main buttons, dials, ports and doors are weather-resistant with a double-layered structure that enhances sealing effectiveness at all camera body openings including the media compartment and terminal area. The same high-level resistance to dust and moisture is maintained even when the camera is mounted with the 16-50mm F2.8 (SAL1650) zoom lens, VG-C77AM vertical shooting grip or HVL-F60M flash.

Full-Time LiveView in LCD or EVF

You can use both the LCD monitor and OLED Electronic Viewfinder for composing shots in LiveView. Both provide a what-you-see-is-what-you-get preview of white balance, focus, depth of field, exposure and 100% framing accuracy, plus informative on-screen displays

Detail reproduction technology; enhances fine details

Strong outlines a common characteristic of digital images, are minimized as much as possible to achieve finely detailed images with a natural three-dimensional appearance and naturally depicts subjects as seen by human vision. This increases the ability to depict detailed textures and brings photography another step closer to creating totally realistic, high-quality images.

Exceptions EVF - XGA OLED Tru-Finder

There’s never been anything quite like the OLED Tru-Finder electronic viewfinder. For size, speed and brightness even after sunset, this is a gem. It begins with 2,359,296 dots for amazing resolution and high contrast ratio for incredible depth and shows 100% frame coverage. OLED reduces motion blur to a bare minimum. You can also see the results of camera adjustments in real time with superb color and detail, including the ability to display the effects of various camera settings, the use of MF Assist and a peaking function for fine-tuning the focus.

Every Lens is Stabilized

The α77II incorporates sensor shift technology called SteadyShot INSIDE image stabilization. This means every lens you use—from the widest angle to longest telephoto—Is corrected for camera shake and reduces blur, resulting in crisp and sharp images.

Full HD Movie 1080/60p/60i/24p and Clean Output via HDMI

Take full control when you shoot HD movies and enjoy the full expressive potential of Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority or Manual (P/A/S/M) control in HD movie mode. Capture spectacular HD movies in your choice of super-smooth 60p, standard 60i or cinematic 24p, all at Full HD 1920x1080 resolution. AVCHD codec delivers stunning picture quality. MP4 codec offers smaller files for easier upload to the web. You also have the option of capturing uncompressed HD to an optional external recorder for super high bitrate via the clean HDMI output.

Three-way Tilt and Swivel LCD Screen

The α77II incorporates a large 3” TFT LCD with 1,228,800 dots pixel count for bright high resolution and high contrast display making framing and shooting a breeze –—even in harsh lighting situations. Tilt it up or down to frame high and low-angle shots that would otherwise be hit-or-miss. Tilt and swivel over the camera for self-portraits. You can even tilt it up and down when you hold the camera in vertical mode! Finally, the monitor folds flush to the camera with the LCD exposed for shooting or protected for travel.

Built-in Flash (Guide Number 12)

To help you shoot more effectively, the camera includes a built-in flash (Guide Number 12) that can also trigger a wireless accessory flash (sold separately). The integrated hot shoe enables you to expand your lighting options with a range of accessory flashes (sold separately).

Long Shutter Life

A highly durable and reliable shutter unit has been proven to endure approximately 150,000 shutter releases. This durability ensures log-lasting shooting performance, nincluding continuous shooting performance that takes into consideration the large number of photos shot by advanced users.

Full HD Movie 1080/60p/60i/24p and Clean Output via HDMI

Take full control when you shoot HD movies and enjoy the full expressive potential of Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority or Manual (P/A/S/M) control in HD movie mode. Capture spectacular HD movies in your choice of super-smooth 60p, standard 60i or cinematic 24p, all at Full HD 1920x1080 resolution. AVCHD codec delivers stunning picture quality. MP4 codec offers smaller files for easier upload to the web. You also have the option of capturing uncompressed HD to an optional external recorder for super high bitrate via the clean HDMI output.

Expanded focus area modes

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Anti dust system

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1. Among interchangeable-lens digital cameras equipped with a dedicated phase-detection AF sensor as of May 1, 2014.

4. Records in 29 minute segments

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2014 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Sony is not responsible for typographical and photographic errors. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Sony, BIONZ, Exmor, Tru-Finder, and the Sony logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation. LiveView is a trademark or a registered trademark of Sony Mobile Communications AB. AVCHD is a trademark of Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation. Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance. HDMI is a trademark of HDMI Licensing LLC. All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

ISO range is great does very well in low light.
Richard D. Battle
I still think its the best camera ALL THINGS CONSIDERED that Sony makes for stills.
Thinkinginpictures
Upgraded autofocus system with 79 PD autofocus points, fast, and accurate.
D. F. Watt

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112 of 115 people found the following review helpful By D. F. Watt on August 7, 2014
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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 autofocus 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 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 being almost a full stop less noisy than the A99 presumably due to the effects of putting PD on chip as well as the SLT mirror). The A77II is perhaps just under 3 stops below the phenomenal Sony A7S. While that sounds like a lot, read on to see why this number can be misleading if taken too literally (and is also effectively reduced by several technologies in the A77II). The short form of a long story on noise (discussed in detail below and in the comments sections) is that DxO numbers on noise (treated as canonical by many) aren’t the last word, and are only one (albeit valuable) metric on this important issue.

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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By UG on August 1, 2014
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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.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Ron P. Wilson on September 13, 2014
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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.

There are loads of options on this camera (way more than I will ever use) and having 3 user programmable memory positions is the icing on the cake. You can ‘program’ each of the 3 memories to shoot different aspect ratios, HDR, or pretty much anything you want. So when you’re in the field, there’s no need to fiddle about with menus and buttons – just call up one of your programmed memories. I’m assuming that you pre-programmed the memories (easy to do) to coincide with what you were expecting to shoot that day.

IMHO, with a quality lens (Minolta “G” series, Zeiss) the 77 mkii is capable of absolutely stunning images. Using my Tokina ATX-Pro ii f2.6 (not a typo) the results have been way above what I expected. Technically film still holds an advantage over digital in terms of resolution and exposure latitude, but my experience with the 77 mkii is that its images are very close (as in; very close) to that of 35mm film.
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34 of 40 people found the following review helpful By MATTHEW BRANHAM on June 16, 2014
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Got this camera and the autofocus is excellent and the high iso is well improved. The iso is right up there with the d7100. I am a owner of the original a77 and this is quite an update. The only thing I can not stand is that they got rid of the autofocus assist lamp. It is now built into the on board flash only. You can not use it in low light without the flash and when it fires to focus several times it blinds the person whose picture you are taking. Who ever thought of this should lose his job. That big red beam and the original was fantastic. You can still use an external flash with the beam.
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