Sony SLT A65 Digital SLR Camera with 18-250mm lens
- 24.3-megapixel Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor
- 3.0" Swivel LCD Screen
- 1080 HD Movie Capturer
- SteadyShot INSIDE Stabilization
- Built-In Flash
- Fast Australia Wide delivery to cities like Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Sydney as well as Sydney pick up.
- Full 12 Months Australian Warranty
(pickup same day or 1 to 3 day to deliver)
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The Sony Alpha SLT-A65V Digital Camera is a DSLR with a multitude of features. If you're looking for new and game-changing aspects, the SLT-A65V has them. Sony's Translucent Mirror Technology system is one for starters. This technology allows the camera to both shoot and focus with speed and accuracy by directing light to the image sensor and the Phase Detection AF sensor. Another huge advantage to the camera - perhaps the most notable - is the 24.3Mp APS-C sensor - this gives you the ability to make huge prints and to experience detail that's absolutely outstanding.
The camera's APS-C sensor works with the BIONZ image processor to ensure that whatever you're shooting the results are stunning and efficiently processed. These systems also work together to reduce noise and enable fast, continuous shooting such as is necessary to shoot 10 frames per second or for 2D/3D Sweep Panorama modes and 6-image layering.
No matter what you're shooting - video or stills - every file is stored to external memory in one of the two media slots. Dual media slots help you to shoot longer and provide you with the option of storing two different cards at once. Fill one with Memory Stick media perhaps and the other with SD/SDHC/SDXC cards if you feel like it.
Your image making is also afforded flexibility thanks to any of the numerous shooting modes and functions. Full-Time Phase Detection AF, for instance, ensures accurate auto focus no matter how you're shooting - even when in HD Movie and Live View modes. Additionally, Full-Time Live View for the LCD or electronic viewfinder ensures that what you view on the screen is what you'll get on the finished file. That means white balance, focus, depth of field, exposure, and framing all are accurately reproduced.