Sony takes on Canon and Nikon with their new A99 II

The electronics giant hasn't forgotten about its DSLR business.
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With all the focus on their A7 lineup, you might think Sony is done with DSLRs. Not quite. The company is introducing a new version of its flagship A99 and it aims to best its rivals with big leaps in speed and performance. The A99 II targets pro-shooters with a 42.4 megapixel, full-frame sensor that is more than enough to capture every single little detail. The camera has 399 autofocus points and an additional 72 focus points and with a burst shot speed of 12 fps, you'll always nail that shot. 

$3,200, sony.com

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