A full-fledged pro DSLR featuring a 24.3MP 35mm-sized CMOS sensor, the Sony Alpha SLT-A99V, offers the world's first dual AF system in a DSLR, and the world's lightest body for a full-frame DSLR, this dust- and moisture-sealed camera replaces the old Alpha A-series A900 and A700 full-frame DSLRs and boasts what Sony calls dramatically improved image quality, noise reduction and AF performance. Sony Alpha SLT-A99V: Key Features Translucent Mirror Technology New 24.3 MP 35 mm Exmor CMOS sensor and BIONZ Processor World's first Dual AF System Advanced Movie Shooting Functions 1/2 XGA OLED TruFinder Electronic Viewfinder Fast 6 frames per second continuous shooting Maximized handling performance Quick Navi Pro Dual Slot Three-way Tilt-able LCD World's Lightest Body Durable shutter mechanism Dust and Moisture Sealed New Anti-dust coating New Expandable System Let's take a closer look at the Sony Alpha SLT-A99V, based on technical information provided by Sony. Viewfinder: Sony has moved away from the traditional optical DSLR pentaprism-type viewfinder to a very high-resolution (2.359 million dots) OLED electronic viewfinder. Resolution and contrast ratio are both claimed to be high and the resulting image rivals that visible in an optical finder. An advantage here over optical is that you can see the results of camera adjustments in real time. Sony's proprietary Translucent Mirror Technolo
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