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Sony Alpha 77 II

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Sony α77 II
Sony α77 II
Sony α77 II with DT 16-50mm F2.8 SSM kit lens
ReleasedJune 2014; 6 years ago (2014-06)
Intro priceUSD 1,198 (body),
USD 1,798 (kit)
Lens mountSony A-mount
LensInterchangeable lens
Sensor typeExmor CMOS Sensor
Sensor size23.5mm x 15.6mm
Sensor makerSony
Maximum resolution24.3 megapixels
6000 x 4000
Film speedISO 100-25600
Storage mediaMemory Stick PRO Duo, Pro-HG Duo, PRO-XC HG Duo media
SD, SDHC and SDXC card
FlashBuilt-in pop-up flash
Flash synchronization1/250 s
Compatible flashesShoe Mount flash
ShutterElectronically-controlled, vertical-traverse, focal-plane shutter
Shutter speeds1/8000 to 30 seconds, bulb
Continuous shooting12.0 fps
ViewfinderEVF with eye sensor
Electronic viewfinder0.5" 2.4M dots OLED Viewfinder
Viewfinder magnification1.09
Frame coverage100%
Image processing
Image processorBIONZ X
Video recordingMP4, AVCHD
4K up to 15 fps,
1080p up to 60 fps
LCD screen3.0" 1.23M dots touchscreen
variable-angle monitor
BatteryNP-FM500H Li-ion
AV Port(s)HDMI D, ⌀3.5 mm audio jack
Data Port(s)USB 2.0, Wi-Fi
Body featuresEnhanced in-body image stabilization
Dimensions5.61 in × 4.10 in × 3.19 in (142 mm × 104 mm × 81 mm)
Weight1,351 g (2.978 lb)
including battery and memory card
Made in Thailand

The Sony Alpha 77 II (ILCA-77M2), stylized as the Sony α77 II, is an interchangeable-lens camera aimed at the advanced amateur. It replaced the Sony Alpha 77 model in June 2014. It is similar in design to its predecessor, including the use of a SLT transparent mirror and electronic viewfinder.


The successor of Sony Alpha 77 model, the Sony Alpha 77 II is similar in design to its antecedent, including the use of a SLT transparent mirror and electronic viewfinder. It features a BIONZ X image processor and is compatible with A-mount lenses. GPS has been dropped in favour of Wi-Fi and NFC. The focus area is wider and denser, with a class-leading 79 AF points including 15 crossing sensor combined with subject tracking and eye-focus capabilities. The SLT design avoids the need to flip the mirror out of the way with every shot, allowing a rapid 12 fps burst speed for up to 60 frames in full resolution. Unlike most DSLR cameras, the phase-detect focus unit is operational during live-view and video (which is Full HD at 60p/50p and 24p/25p). The resolution of the camera is 24 megapixels. Sony's A-mount cameras feature in-body image stabilisation and the α77 II is the first of such to also stabilise the viewfinder when taking still images. ISO ranges from 50 to 25600. APS-C sized CMOS sensor.

AVCHD and MPEG-4 recording of full HD at 1920 x 1080 (1080i60 / 1080i50 @ 24M (Mode "FX"), 1080i60 / 1080i50 @ 17M (Mode "FH"), 1080p60 / 1080p50 @ 28M (Mode "PS"), 1080p25 @ 24M (Mode "FX"), 1080p24 @ 24M (Mode "FX"), 1080p25 @ 17M (Mode "FH"), 1080p24 @ 17M (Mode "FH"), 1440×1080 @ 12M, VGA @ 3M) [1]


Angela Nicholson of TechRadar gave the camera four and a half stars, calling the unit "great" as a whole for enthusiasts wanting to shoot "a range of subjects in a wide variety of conditions."[2] Callum McInerney-Riley of Amateur Photographer regarded the autofocus, graphical user interface and "comprehensive" wireless features as pros to the camera, but cited the harshness of the noise reduction and overexposure due to its translucent mirror, along with its lack of a GPS, as cons.[3] Moritz Wanke of Chip gave it a rating of 93.8 percent, concluding it to be an improvement of its predecessor and the best camera containing an APS-C image sensor in the market.[4] Writing for, Cees de Jonge gave it a 7.9 out of 10, being surprised at its SLT designation, which he considered "passé".[5]



  1. ^ "Sony A77II Digital SLR Camera". Retrieved 22 September 2015.
  2. ^ Nicholson, Angela (1 May 2014). "Sony Alpha 77 Mark II review". TechRadar. Future. p. 1. Retrieved 27 July 2014.
  3. ^ McInerney-Riley, Callum (3 July 2014). "Sony Alpha 77 II review". Amateur Photographer. IPC Media. p. 1. Retrieved 27 July 2014.
  4. ^ Wanke, Moritz (6 July 2014). "Sony Alpha 77 II (ILCA-77M2): Schnelle, scharfe Spitzen-DSLR" [Sony Alpha 77 II (ILCA-77m2): Fast, sharp-pointed DSLR]. Chip (in German). Retrieved 27 July 2014.
  5. ^ de Jonge, Cees (11 July 2014). "Review: Sony Alpha 77 II". (in Dutch). IDG Netherlands. Retrieved 27 July 2014.
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