The Sony A9 Digital Camera Body offers a unique 35mm stacked full-frame imaging sensor that sets it apart from anything else on the market. This mirrorless camera offers unparalleled usability and speed; featuring a 24.2-megapixel, full-frame sensor, the Sony A9 can capture images at a remarkable 20 frames per second. The camera boasts vibration-free shooting up to 1/32,000sec, and a redesigned double-capacity battery.
You can read about our closer look at the Sony a9 here.
Sony A9 Digital Camera Body Key Features:
- Boasts a 24.2-megapixel full-frame stacked CMOS imaging sensor – a first for a digital camera
- Ideal for 4k video capture
- Users can benefit from 20fps capture speed
- Innovative and precise autofocus with 693 focal plane phase detection
- Features an ergonomic design for fast operation
- Compatible with the new NP-FZ100 battery that delivers 2.2x the capacity of previous Sony full-frame models
- Users can enjoy dual card slots
- Offers an ISO range of 100-51,200 (expandable to 50-204,800)
- Comes with an Quad-VGA OLED TruFinder
Expanded Sony A9 Digital Camera Body Key Features:
The Sony A9 Digital Camera is the first camera on the market that offers its users a 24.2-megapixel, full-frame stacked CMOS imaging sensor. This is a first in the history of digital cameras.
Users can benefit from 20fps capture speeds with continuous AF/AE tracking for up to 241 RAW images or, alternatively, 362 JPEGs.
Game-Changing and Precise Autofocus
This camera is capable of tracking complex, haphazard movement with far greater accuracy compared to the previous models. It features a new AF/AE system that can calculate up to 60 times per second. Additionally, the 693 focal plane phase detection AF points ensure that approx. 93% of the frame is being monitored at all times.
Thanks to its ergonomic design, the A9 provides users with extremely fast operation. The joystick, that is located at the back of the camera, allows users to change focus in the frame by simply pressing a direction. The direction modes include: Zone, Flexible Spot and Expanded Flexible Shot focus area modes.
Compatible with the new NP-FZ100 battery, this camera offers its operators approx. 2.2x the capacity found in the previous Sony full-frame models. In addition to this, dual card slots have been implemented. These support the data being recorded to both cards at the same time, concurrently, or as separate RAW/JPEG cards.
Boasting an ISO range of 100-51,200 (expandable to 50-204,800), that works with the BIONZ X processor, noise on higher settings has been successfully minimised. Uncompressed 14-bit RAW is also supported, leaving users to enjoy a wide dynamic range.
Ideal for Full-Frame 4K Video Capture
Through being able of capturing 6K of data, oversampling, the camera can produce a stunningly high quality 4K video output. Users can record up to 120fps full HD for 20-25% slow motion with AF tracking that is of broadcast quality.
Quad-VGA OLED TruFinder
The TruFinder offers 3,686k-dots making it the highest-resolution viewfinder that Sony has ever integrated into one of their cameras. The Zeiss T coating aided in the optimisation of the ultra-sharp screen and allows to be set to 60 or 120fps depending on the need of the camera operator.
Sony A9 Digital Camera Body Product Videos:
Sony a9 Field Test | Parkour Photography
Sony A9 | First-Look Hands-on Review
Sony | a | a9 - Product Feature
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