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Sony Alpha A68 Digital SLR Camera Body with Tamron 70-300mm Lens + 64GB Card + Battery + Backpack + Flash + Filter + Kit

Item# SPM10555790120 | Model# ILCA68-KIT-91697 | Added on October 26, 2016 |
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Sony Alpha A68 Digital SLR Camera Body with Tamron 70-300mm Lens + 64GB Card + Battery + Backpack + Flash + Filter + Kit
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Kit Includes 12 Items:*
  • 1) Sony Alpha A68 Digital SLR Camera Body 2) Tamron 70-300mm f/4-5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2 Zoom Lens (for Sony Alpha A-Mount Cameras) 3) Transcend 64GB SecureDigital SDXC 300x UHS-I Class 10 Memory Card 4) Spare NP-FM500H Battery for Sony 5) Vivitar 62mm UV Glass Filter 6) Precision Design DSLR350 High Power Auto Flash 7) Precision Design Flash Bounce Diffuser for DSLR350, DSLR450V 8) Precision Design PD-BP2 Deluxe Sling Digital SLR Camera Backpack Case (Black/Silver) 9) Precision Design SD/SDHC + MicroSD HC Card Reader 10) Precision Design 6-Piece Camera + Lens Cleaning Kit 11) Precision Design 8 SD / 2 MicroSD Memory Card Case 12) Precision Design Universal LCD Screen Protectors

Sony Alpha A68 Digital SLR Camera Body
The Sony Alpha A68 features a unique 4D FOCUS system that delivers extraordinary AF performance under any shooting conditions -- even in low-lighting conditions. This system utilizes 79 autofocus points with a dedicated phase-detection AF sensor and Translucent Mirror Technology to deliver constant AF tracking at up to 8 fps. The APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor -- with a ISO 100-25,600 sensitivity range -- allows it to produce outstanding image quality for both 24.2 MP still images and 1080p HD video. Framing stills and movies is a pleasure through the clear, bright OLED Tru-Finder. The 2.7-inch LCD monitor tilts up and down for comfortable composition. The A68 also features SteadyShot INSIDE stabilization to reduce the effects of camera ... read more
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