You might have seen some leaked blurrycam photographs of what was supposedly the design for Sony's upcoming A77 DSLR some time back last month, but the latest news that the rumour mill has been churning out seem to suggest that images of the real deal has finally managed to find its way out onto the Internet for everybody to view. And apparently, the general consensus is that Sony's upcoming A77 is going to be one huge camera, if the newly leaked images are of any indication.
Remember those blurrycam pictures of a certain Sony camera that were circulating the Internet some time back? You know, the ones which were claimed to be those of Sony's upcoming A77 DSLR that will supposedly feature a translucent mirror that can potentially allow users to focus while shooting a video? Well, the good news is that more images of that aforementioned camera has been leaked onto the Internet once again, and that these images are reportedly the real deal this time, as claimed by SonyAlphaRumors.
Unfortunately, it seems that serious photographers who desire more information about the upcoming A77 DSLR will have to make do with these images for now, as no official announcement pertaining to the camera's specifications have been released at this point of time. However, most reports are claiming that the A77 will feature an articulating LCD screen and a translucent mirror box, while the sensor will be reportedly boast a resolution of 24 megapixels and is capable of supporting a very wide range of ISO speeds. Oh, and it apparently shoots 1080p AVCHD videos as well.