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Sony Drops Its Remaining DSLR Cameras as it Goes Full Mirrorless – Gizmodo

Sony is finally embracing its mirrorless future as it kills off its few remaining DSLR/DSLT cameras.

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Sony is already the largest seller of full-frame mirrorless cameras, and it seems as it continues to make waves in that market, Sony has finally decided to discontinue its few remaining DSLR cameras.
As first spotted by SonyAlphaRumors.com, not only has Sony removed all of its A-mount cameras from its website including the a99 II and a77 II, third-party retailers such as B&H now also list those cameras as no longer available.
Now technically, Sonys older A-mount DSLRs are actually DSLTs because…

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