Sony is no longer making traditional DSLR cameras and will focus exclusively on ‘mirrorless’ designs from now on.
The firm has phased out the last-remaining full-frame Alpha-series cameras, including the A68, A99 II and A77 II, removing them from the official website. Retailers are also listing the models as ‘no longer available’ (via SonyAlphaRumors). Trusted Reviews has contacted the company seeking comment on the matter.
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