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BIG SONY SALE - EQUIPMENT IN PERFECT CONDITION
I carried Nikon for forty-six plus years. I sold off thinking I would retire, never happened.  After we sold out the store I kept a lot of the SONY  gear, incredible stuff and though I had retired, I became and am a SONY fan and  have some excellent gear, lots of duplicates, many from closed stores new, all 100%.  

Now that I will be retiring again, and have a house literally full of SONY E and A mounts.  I will be selling off my personal gear, all SONY A mounts, prime condition, and priced right. Part of my retirement package.  Half went to my trainees.


TWO A77 BODIES, LOW MILES   ( I HAVE FOUR SELLING TWO)

EXCELLENT PLUS CONDITION - VERY LOW MILES

💚  (2)  Two A77’s, just serviced, low miles and mint condition.  In 2011-2012 The A77 had more good features than half the cameras on the market today.

The A77 builds on the company's 'translucent mirror' technology, and uses an electronic rather than optical viewfinder. The final result is a product that may look traditional, but is able to promise the unconventional.

Spec-wise the A77 is impressive: it features a new 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor, 12fps full-resolution shooting and the highest resolution EVF we've ever encountered (a 2.4M dot OLED finder). It also uses a new 19-point AF sensor, 11 points of which are cross-type (sensitive to detail in both the vertical and horizontal axis). Clever use of the main sensor's live view allows the A77 to track objects as they move across the frame, enabling the camera to have a better understanding of which AF point it should be using at any given time.

Last year's SLT-A55 gave some clues about how Sony hoped to bring its electronics know-how to bear in a high-end camera. Its fixed, semi-transparent mirror design meant Sony could do away with a conventional optical viewfinder and use an electronic display. It also meant that the phase-detection autofocus that gives DSLRs much of their immediacy could be used all the time. The result was a camera that could shoot at an impressive 10fps, could focus quickly in video mode and offered full-time live view with consistent DSLR-like behaviour in a way that no camera had really managed before.

Unsurprisingly the A77 takes all these capabilities a lot further than the consumer-level A55 - it combines the latest processor with an electronic first curtain shutter to offer the level of responsiveness the more demanding enthusiast/semi-pro users will expect. The A77's massively improved viewfinder is also key to ensuring the A77 can hold its own against the very stiff competition it faces from the likes of Canon's 7D. (You don't have to read particularly far between the lines to conclude it was this feature Sony wanted to perfect before launching an SLT into this market.)

And, as with the A55 and a handful of other recent Sony cameras, the A77 offers in-camera GPS. It can be a really useful feature for organising and retrieving images, as allowing tagged images to be geo-located on sites such as Flickr. 

In addition to the technological advances, Sony has clearly been listening to its audience when developing the camera's firmware - the A77 is not just the most customizable Sony we've ever encountered, but it includes a full quota of high-end features. This includes the ability to fine-adjust the AF tuning, and to define the upper and lower extremes that the Auto ISO system will use - features we’ve not seen on a Sony camera since the DSLR-850.

Sony SLT-A77 key features:

  • 24MP CMOS Sensor
  • 12fps continuous shooting with autofocus
  • 1080p60 movies with autofocus
  • 2.4M dot OLED viewfinder
  • 1/8000th maximum shutter speed, shutter rated for 150,000 actuations
  • ISO 100 - 16,000 (25,600 with multi-image combination. Expands down to ISO 50)
  • Auto ISO with customisable lower and upper limits
  • Built-in dark red autofocus illuminator
  • Optional, profile-based correction of vignetting, chromatic aberration and geometric distortion
  • Pull-out three-hinge tilt/swivel 920k dot LCD screen
  • Built-in GPS
  • Top panel LCD
  • Stereo microphone and external mic socket
  • AF Micro Adjust
  • Dust shake sensor cleaning


💚  (2)  TWO GENUINE SONY BATTERY GRIP UNITS ( NOT THE JUNK KNOCKOFFS)

This Sony Vertical Battery Grip will give you a firm hold on your a77 a77 II or a99 II camera reducing the strain on your wrists when you have long sessions shooting vertical photos. The shutter button is right at your fingertip and controls are conveniently positioned for comfortable shooting. 

Made to be used with your Sony a77 a77 II or a99 II DSLR camera this vertical grip features a rugged design gasket-sealed buttons to protect against dust and moisture and a built-in compartment for two NP-FM500H InfoLITHIUM batteries (sold separately) for up to 1,060 shots. 

Plus this grip automatically switches to backup battery power for uninterrupted shooting.

Comfortable and Ergonomic - A firm comfortable grip for vertical-position shooting with the Sony Alpha a77 a77 II or a99 II. Buttons and controls are conveniently placed and easy to reach for greater comfort.

Dual Batteries - Holds two InfoLITHIUM batteries for extended shooting (sold separately). Stamina power for up to 1 060 shots. The battery grip does not have a charging function so the batteries would have to be charged using the camera body.

Gasket-Sealed - The rugged but lightweight body design has gasket-sealed controls to resist dust and moisture. The grip has a 1/4 tripod mount on the bottom.

Auto Switching Power -  When using two batteries the grip will automatically switch to the second battery if the first becomes depleted. Switching does not interrupt camera operation.

Accurate Battery Life Indicator -  Accurate remaining power indicator shows remaining power in percentage. When using two batteries indicators show which battery is being used and what percentage of life is left.


SONY LENSES  45% OFF - MSRP IS B&W PRICE

ALL IN 100% CONDITION WITH ALL CAPS AND PRO FILTER - SOME IN BOX



SALE PRICE 439.00


SALE PRICE 632.00


SALE PRICE 109.00


SALE PRICE 462.00



FULL SET  CLOSE UP RINGS (VELLO)



SALE PRICE  $50.00


SONY LA-E4A NEX MOUNT


SALE PRICE 200.00



MORE ITEMS FOR SALE
•  Metz model 50 adapted for SONY A77 plus 6-V Either Black Box or Tuxedo (YOUR CHOICE)
•  Manfrotto Tripod  with Manfrotto Ball head and Kirk style Fast Releases
•  Manfrotto - Benro Hybrid Perfect for Video and Kirk-Fast Release, Manfrotto ball head
•  In stock, I also have 3 SONY -  5100’s New in the box. Never sold or used.  Bodies only at sub 350.00 prices.


METZ POWER PACKS FOR MODEL 45 FLASHES  -  REG.  $525.00 

9.6 VOLT MODEL (High power) LIMITED OFFER

TWO BLACK BOXES,  THREE METZ MODULES, ONE TENERGY HD CHARGER

Only one kit left, other orders at regular pricing. 

This offer is for the dual battery pack, runs two Metz 45’s in 
stock with HD Tenergy 1+2 Amp Charger.  In addition a second single pack for the third Metz.

Included are three additional cables and with the proper 9.6 module for all models of METZ 45’s so all three units can run at one time.   Shoulder strap and belt clips.

The price for both packs, three modules with cables and the Tenergy Charger would range as follows.

4000 MAH NIMH packs  150.00 each= 300.00
Metz 45 modules, 65.00 Each x 3 = 195.00
Tenergy Charger  with PEPI Heat detection safety  28.00
TOTAL 525.00 MSRP

SPECIAL 47% DISCOUNT   250.00
SHIPPING CONUS 18.00

TOTAL = $278.00 OR BEST OFFER

Pictures on my website and the one here show both those units. You save more when you take the whole kit and you’ll have a ton of flexibility for sports , weddings, events, political, car shows, modeling etc.  

And they are the more powerful 9.6 units to match the alkali AA cell power. The packs are NiMH and can go on airlines.  I made these  a bit fancier for trade shows. You need nothing more tha a couple of Metz 45’s, CT or CL 1,3,4,5  any version that works. Pop in the module and blast away. 

The charger is a Tenergy one and two amp.  And has an extra wire that is a heat sink that is placed in the box, any hole, so you don’t cook it.  Put it in any hole.  Technically it’s a thermal PEPI switch.