Truly revolutionary performance that surpasses expectations
Working in concert with the new ultra-high resolution 24.3-megapixel Exmor
CMOS sensor and further evolved BIONZ image processor, Sony's exclusive and
innovative Translucent Mirror Technology achieves Full-time Continuous AF and
the world's fastest 12 fps continuous shooting speed. The camera also provides
60p/24p movie shooting capability and an XGA OLED Tru-Finder viewfinder, the
first OLED viewfinder in the world, which offers exceptionally high-quality
gradations and color reproduction. The advanced, long-awaited Sony A77 realizes
a highly sophisticated balance of such essentials as image quality, response,
operational ease and dependability. It satisfies people's creative impulse with
highly refined performance that empowers them to capture the decisive moment
whenever photo opportunities arise.
Professional Class Shooting Speeds
The up-to 12 fps continuous shooting speed surpasses most professional
interchangeable lens digital cameras and is provided at an ultra-high resolution
of 24.3 megapixels.
3-way tilt LCD Screen
Whether shooting horizontally or vertically, you can easily tilt and swivel the
new LCD monitor to the most natural possible viewing angle. The new 3-way design
enables shooting angles from high above to well below your normal eye level.
Spectacular XGA OLED TruFinder
The extraordinary XGA OLED viewfinder displays your scene with incredible
contrast, clarity and color accuracy. The OLED technology provides contrast 10
times higher than conventional electronic viewfinders and virtually eliminates
both motion blur and residual images when tracking moving objects.
19 point AF with 11 cross sensors
The 19-point AF system includes 11 cross sensors spread across a wide area to
keep moving subjects in focus.
Astonishing HD Video Capture
SLTA77 provides 24p movie recording just like Hollywood films, as well as 60fps
thanks to AVCHD Ver. 2.0 (Progressive). The P/A/S/M modes are also selectable,
allowing users to enjoy flexible manual operation.