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Sony discontinues its last DSLRs – Engadget

After helping make mirrorless dominant in the interchangeable lens camera world, Sony has quietly stopped selling its A-mount DSLR cameras..

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After helping make mirrorless dominant, Sony appears to have quietly stopped selling its A-mount DSLR cameras. As first seen by SonyAlpha Rumors, the A68, A99 II and A77 II have been removed from Sony’s website and are listed as “no longer available” from camera specialists B&H Photo Video. Sony hasn’t directly confirmed the news, but Engadget has reached out for comment. 
It’s been pretty clear that Sony was no longer interested in making DSLRs (Sony’s term is DSLT due to the fixed translucent…

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