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Autofocus is a major USP in a DSLR camera. But unlike the conventional autofocus systems that you see in most DSLR cameras, this Sony camera comes with a unique autofocus system, the 4D Focus. Using the Exmor CMOS sensor and BIONZ X image processing, the camera quickly picks up both space and time to capture moving subjects with a higher level of clarity.
Whether you are capturing your son's birthday party moments or some exotic landscape pictures, the autofocus system in this camera is as reliable as it can be. With 79 high-density AF points, which includes the 15 cross-type points as well, you can frame the subject just the way you want. Also, the camera uses the Translucent Mirror Technology to ensure that you have precise phase-detection AF while you are using the camera for continuous shooting and movie modes. This is a unique feature as it replaces the typical moving mirror seen in a standard DSLR with a fixed translucent mirror.
Whether you are an amateur or a semi-professional photographer, you must know what bokeh is. If not, it's nothing but the way your camera's lens renders the out-of-focus point of light. This imaging trick is easy to master as this camera comes with the large APS-C size Exmor CMOS image sensor with about 24.2 MP resolution. Effectively, you can shoot pictures with high image resolution and delicate tonal gradation as well.
Image processing is faster than ever before on this camera. Simply press the shutter button to shoot the picture and the rest will be taken care by the BIONZ X high-speed processor. Using advanced image reproducing technologies, it processes vast amounts of data from the sensor to give a more realistic image output. In short, whether it's daylight or nighttime, thanks to the sensor and processor, you can shoot images in a wide range of ISO (100-26500) and enjoy the sharp, beautiful and clear imaging every time. .
If your son has to shoot a documentary for his school project, this camera can come in handy. It allows him to shoot high-quality video with minimal noise. Also, movies are recorded at a high-bit-rate XAVC S7 format. This feature also allows a Full HD image recording at about 50 Mbps.
Your son's graduation ceremony or some family events, these are memories that need to last a lifetime. Without having any lag, this camera allows you to easily and quickly capture them. It has been designed for intuitive use and has a tiltable LCD screen. This feature allows you to tilt the screen up to 135 degrees to shoot over the heads of the people in the crowd. It even allows you to tilt down to about 55 degrees to click the pictures of subjects on the ground.
Wildlife photography requires skill. If you have the skillset, then this DSLR camera has the bright, high-contrast OLED Tru-Finder viewfinder that you can use to expertly plan your shots. By reproducing real-time image data with the rich tonal gradation and colour, you can capture high-quality shots.
This camera comes with an 18-55 mm stock lens. The lens is a Sony A-mount type lens and comes with autofocus feature as well.