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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Sony α99


Full-frame DSLR with Translucent Mirror Technology and Dual AF system

Lastly, the PCK-LM14 Screen Protector Semi Hard Sheet safeguards the camera's LCD screen against dust, scratches and fingerprints, and is supplied with a separate protector sheet for the top display panel.

Sony's new SDXC memory UHS-1 memory card, SF-64UX (64 GB) is ideal for burst shooting with the α99.  It's ultra-high speed interface (UHS-1) compatibility offers high transfer speeds up to 94 MB/s (read) and rapid data rates when transferring large RAW files of video files to  PC.  The new cards are water-resistant and designed to perform under a wide range of operating temperatures.  For additional data integrity, Sony's File Rescue Software can help recover photos and videos that may have been accidentally deleted.

Pricing and Availability
The α99 full-frame digital system camera will be available this October as body-only for about $2800.  The SAL300GF28G2 lens will be available this November for about $7500. The VCG-C99AM vertical grip, HVL-F60M flash and HVL-RL1 ring light will be available this October for about $380, $550 and $350, respectively.  The XLR -K1M XLR adaptor kit and RMT-DSLR2 remote commander will also be available in October for about $800 and $30, respectively. The LCS-BP3 backpack and PCK-LM14 screen protector will be available in October as well for about $160 and $17, respectively. The new camera, lenses and all compatible accessories will be sold at Sony retail stores (www.store.sony.com) and other authorized dealers nationwide. Please visit blog.sony.com/a99 for a full video preview of the α99 camera follow #SonyAlpha on twitter for the latest α camera news.


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