Sony Alpha a68 DSLR Camera Boasts APS-C Sensor, 4D Focus, and More

Last month Sony announced Alpha a68, their latest A-mount DSLR camera. Now word is out that the camera will be available in April in the US and Canada. Want to know more about the camera? Let’s keep going.

Sony Alpha a68 DSLR Camera

The Alpha a68 is an entry level DSLR camera packed with eye-catching features. The camera measures 5.6 x 4.1 x 3.3 inches, weights 1.34 lbs, and we can see from the images, the Alpha a68 boasts a low-profile, compact and streamlined design and its protruding grip lets you steadily hold your camera for shots, and its durable structure protects internal components.

Sony Alpha a68 DSLR Camera

The DSLR camera comes equipped with a 24.2MP APS-C Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor and BIONZ X image processor in order to deliver you high-res, well-detailed imagery with minimal noise and a wide sensitivity range of ISO 100-25600. And its 4D Focus system provides you a wide array of 79 phase-detection AF points, so you can effortlessly focus every object you wan to capture, meanwhile, its proprietary translucent mirror technology allows ultrafast shooting with continuous use of accurate phase-detection AF.

Moreover, Sony Alpha a68 also features SteadyShot INSIDE image stabilization, and it supports 1080p video recording at both 30 and 24 fps. In addition to a tilt 2.7″ TFT LCD screen and 0.39″ OLED Tru-Finder EVF, there is a top display panel on the body to show you several key parameters. Apart from that, the DSLR camera is compatible with all A-mount lenses.

Sony Alpha a68 DSLR Camera

Sony Alpha a68 DSLR camera with a 18-55mm lens is priced at $699 USD. The bundle will be available on March 1 2016. If you’re interested, jump to B&H for its more details. BTW, also don’t miss Sony RX1R II full-frame camera and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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