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Ilse Jurriën : April 19th 2017 - 19:40 CET

Sony A9 mirrorless camera


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SonySony A9 full-frame mirrorless camera : For some time there has been talk about the new Sony A9 Full-Frame camera. Today was the day Sony officially announced its most advanced and innovative digital camera. The Sony α9 (model ILCE-9) offers a level of imaging performance that is simply unmatched by any camera ever created - mirrorless, SLR or otherwise. The Alpha 9 comes with a completely new stacked 24.2 MP Exmor RS CMOS sensor, the 35mm Full-Frame sensor enables data speed processing at up to 20x faster than previous Sony full-frame mirrorless cameras. The unique sensor of the Sony A9 is paired with a upgraded BIONZ X processing engine and front-end LSI that maximises overall performance.
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Sony A9 mirrorless camera
The new Sony A9 camera offers impressive features that are simply not possible with a modern digital SLR camera. The immense processing power from these new components allows for faster AF/AE calculation while also reducing EVF display latency.

The processor and front end LSI are also responsible for the larger continuous shooting buffer, enabling photographers to shoot at a blazing 20 fps with continuous AF/AE tracking for up to 362 JPEG or 241 RAW images. The Sony A9 mirrorless camera has a maximum shutter speed of up to 1/32,000 second.

Sony A9 Mirrorless camera

AF-system of the Alpha 9
This industry-leading speed and innovative silent shooting is combined with a focusing system that features an incredible 693 phase detection AF points. Covering approximately 93% of the frame, the focusing system of the Sony A9 ensures that even the fastest moving subjects are reliably captured and tracked across the frame.

The innovative AF system of Sony mirrorless camera tracks complex, erratic motion with higher accuracy than ever before, with the ability to calculate AF/AE at up to 60 times per second, regardless of shutter release and frame capture.

The new Sony Alpha 9 also features a vibration free, fully electronic, completely silent anti-distortion shutter with absolutely no mechanical mirror or shutter noise, making it an extremely powerful photographic tool for any shooting situation that demands quiet operation.

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Sony A9 features a OLED Tru-Finder
The Sony mirrorless camera features an all-new, high-resolution, high-luminance Quad-VGA OLED Tru-Finder with approximately 3,686k dots for extremely accurate, true-to-life detail reproduction.

The new Tru-Finder, which is the highest resolution viewfinder Sony has ever incorporated in an Alpha camera, features an optical design that includes a double-sided aspherical element, helping it to achieve 0.78x magnification and a level of corner to corner sharpness that is simply outstanding. The EVF also utilises a ZEISS T* Coating to greatly reduce reflections, and has a fluorine coating on the outer lens that repels dirt.

The Sony A9 is equipped with an innovative 5-axis image stabilisation system that provides a shutter speed advantage of 5.0 steps, ensuring the full power of the new sensor can be realised, even in challenging lighting.

With a simple half press of the shutter button, the effect of the image stabilisation can be monitored in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen, allowing framing and focus to be accurately checked and continually monitored.

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4K Video capture
The new Sony A9 also offers 4K (3840x2160p) video recording across the full width of the full-frame image sensor. When shooting in this format, the camera uses full pixel readout without pixel binning to collect 6K of information, oversampling it to produce high quality 4K footage with exceptional detail and depth. Recording is also available in the popular Super 35mm size.

To ensure maximum usability and reliability, the A9 camera features a new Z battery with approximately 2.2x the capacity of W batteries, as well as dual SD card slots, including one that supports UHS-II cards. An Ethernet port (wired LAN terminal) is available as well, and there are is a wide variety of new settings, controls and customisability options that are essential for working professionals.

Sony Alpha 9

Sony A9 price & availability
The Sony A9 mirrorless camera will start shipping from June 2017 priced at approx €5,300.




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