(SLT, not DSLR)

By Andrew Hudson Published: November 5, 2013 Updated: January 28, 2015

Sony produces SLT (single-lens translucent) cameras instead of DSLR cameras. SLT cameras don’t have an optical viewfinder (just live video on the screen) and don’t have the bulky top prism area that SLR cameras do.

[qSLTs use a fixed mirror that allows most light through to the sensor while reflecting some light to the autofocus sensor. Sony’s SLTs feature full-time phase detection autofocus during video recording as well as continuous shooting of up to 10 frames.Wikipedia[/q]

“The mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera (MILC) … provide[s] [an] interchangeable lens mount … [and does] not have a mirror reflex optical viewfinder.”

Sony SLTs (MILC)

Sony α7 II24MPFull frameNov 2014
Sony α7R36MPFull frameOct 2013
Sony α724MPFull frameOct 2013
Sony α7S12MPFull frameApr 2014
Sony α77II24MPAPS-CMay 2014α77
Sony α300020MPAPS-CSep 2013

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