Summary: Mine need a micro adjustment out of the box to fine tune it to so it focused perfectly with my Sony 70-400mm lens. But thats a relativly simple process. After that I was one happy photographer! there is a lot to learn becaus eit has so many features. Ive owned many Sony cameras.
Summary: Before I bought this camera, I had a A390 DSLR and a Nex-5 Mirrorless Interchangable from Sony. Once I got my hands on the A77 and realized the features it has, I realized I could sell both the A390 and Nex-5.
Summary: What a stunning camera this A77 is. Forget the dated Canons and Nikons(good though many are); tomorrow is here right now! Of course, if you are already bogged down with another manufacturer's lenses and kit, you'll almost certainly disagree.......we understand and sympathise!
Summary: First off let me say that I have been with Olympus since the beginning starting with the E500 and currently use the E5. I have never owned another DSLR other than Olympus. On a whim I purchased a Sony Nex 3 because I was so intrigued with it.
Pros: Easy navigation, fast focus, tilting LCD, awesome EVF with level, tons of lens choices, superior IQ with low noise levels, build quality, ability to change focus modes quickly. I could go on and on with this.
Summary: It's Fun taking pictures with this camera + you get very good results. I wouldnt recomend it for low light photography but other than noise @higher iso, it's an amazing camera. I don't usually take photos at night and if i do i just use a tripod so nothing to complain about.
Summary: Received my preorder Sony Alpha A77. I only gave it a 4 Star because of ghosting at night.Just like the A33&A55. Why do I say this? Take a picture of the moon while it is still light out and it comes out fine Try to take a picture of the moon at night and the ghosting from the translucent mirror is...
Summary: The Camera Fairy blessed my porch last Friday and handed me an Amazon box which upon opening, disgorged a familiar black and orange Alpha box with my A77 body inside, safely cushioned in bubble-wrap.
Summary: Let me preface this by saying that I'm relatively new to the world of DSLR's but have a great fondness for both photography and technology. My first "real" camera was the Sony NEX 3. It allowed me to get my feet wet without breaking the bank.