From Sony comes their A77 II, the successor to the 24.3-megapixel camera that released in 2011. It’s got the same amount of megapixels and Exmor APS-C sensor as the first, but this one’s fitted with the Bionz X image clip, a full-frame OLED electronic viewfinder, a 3-inch LCD that can be tilted in three different positions as well as NFC. The A77 II also features a brand new focusing system, lead by 79 AF points with 15 crossing sensors, which allow shooters to handle a continuous burst of up to 60 full-res photos at up to 12 fps with continuous AF. Shooting in the dark gets better here as ISO comes in at 25,600 at its highest level, or 52,000 when expanded. The Sony α77 II interchangeable lens camera is due to drop in June for $1,200, body-only; a kit with a 16-50mm f/2.8 lens will be sold for $1,800.