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Background and Identification ¶
Released in November, 2011, the Sony SLT A-65V is a Translucent Mirror Technology SLT camera that has a Sony Alpha/Minolta lens mount.
The A-65 is an auto and manual focus 24.3 megapixel camera that can both take pictures and record video. The Alpha-65V has a 3.0" LCD tilt and swivel screen, a built in pop-up flash, and an APS-C sensor (Advanced Photo System - Type C) which is used for high quality imaging.
The camera has a REMOTE terminal, microphone jack, HDMI terminal, USB terminal, and two external media slots for Memory sticks and/or SD/SDHC/SDXC cards. In addition, the camera comes with many modes and picture/video settings. Built-in, the camera has a Dynamic Range Optimizer Sensor, SteadyShot INSIDE Stabilization (an anti-shake sensor), GPS, microphone, and speaker.
The camera has a black plastic body with a lens mount on the front, a translucent mirror inside, and a LCD screen on the back. On the front right side there is the Greek lowercase letter alpha and the number 65. On the right side there are ports for the remote, DC power, and USB. The bottom has a battery compartment and a tripod mount.
Technical Specifications ¶
Lens Mount: Sony Alpha/ Minolta
Pixels: 24.3 Megapixels
Max Resolution: 6000X4000
Aspect Ration: 16:9 and 3:2
File Formats: JPEG, RAW, MP4/AVC, AAC
Memory Card Type: SD, SDHC, SDXC, Memory Stick Pro
Focus Type: Auto/Manual
Viewfinder: 1.09x magnification, -4.0 to +3.0 m diopter
ISO Sensitivity: 100-16000
Shutter: 30 - 1/40000 second
Flash: 10 m, -2 to +2 EV
Video Files: Full HD (60 or 24 fps), HD (30 fps), SD (30 fps)
Connectivity: HDMI Mini and USB 2.0
Software System Requirements: Windows XP, Vista, 7; Mac OSX 10.6 or later
Battery: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 7.2VDC, 1650mAh
Dimensions: 5.2 x 3.8 x 3.2" / 132.1 x 97.5 x 80.7 mm
Weight: 1.37 lb / 622 g
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