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Ilse Jurriën : April 20th 2017 - 13:45 CET

Sony A9 sample pictures

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SonySony Alpha 9 test pictures : Sony has announced a new professional digital camera. The Sony A9 is a full-frame mirrorless camera with the first stacked full-frame CMOS sensor. In 2015, Sony first used the stacked CMOS sensor technology into its professional CyberShot DSC-RX100 IV compact camera. Thanks to its stacked structure and integrated memory, the Exmor RS CMOS sensor of the Sony A9 can process data at up to 20x faster than previous Sony full-frame mirrorless cameras. The sensor is able to read data much faster, allowing the Sony A9 to record continuously at a speed of 20fps. For this, the Sony A9 is also equipped with a new Bionz X processor and a front end LSI.
Sony A9 test

Sony A9 test
Sony's new full-frame camera features a renewed autofocus system with no less than 693 phase detection AF points. The AF-system can calculate the AF/AE up to 60 times per second, so no subject is too fast for the A9 and every picture will look stunning sharp.

There is a 5-axis image stabilization that provides a shutter speed advantage of 5.0 steps. 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 of the Sony A9, allowing framing and focus to be accurately checked and continually monitored.

Also, the new Sony Alpha 9 features a vibration-free and completely silent anti-distortion shutter, without mechanical mirror or shutter noise, making it ideal for situations where silence is an absolute requirement.

Sony A9 body

Sony A9 body specs
The Sony A9 features a high resolution OLED electronic viewfinder with a magnification of 0.78x and a sharpness from corner to corner. The viewfinder of the Alpha 9 is twice as bright as the A7R II. Also, the Sony A9 is equipped with a touch-sensitive LCD display, for easy selection and shifting focus towards a desired focus point or subject before taking the picture.

The fast Sony A9 uses a new Z-battery, which has 2.2x more capacity than the regular W-battery, used in previous Sony full-frame cameras. In addition, two memory card slots are provided, one of which supports UHS-II cards. For professional use, the Sony A9 is equipped with an Ethernet port.

Sony A9 review

Price, availability and optional accessories
The professional Sony A9 mirrorless camera will retail as of June 2017. The Sony A9 price for the body only is set at €5300 / £4,500 / $4500. In addition to the new full-frame camera, Sony has also announced a new G-Master lens, the Sony FE 100-400mm GM is added to the range of professional full-frame lenses for E-mount cameras.

Earlier this year Sony also introduced a 85mm and a 100mm prime-tele-lens for its Alpha full-frame cameras. In addition, a series of Sony Alpha 9 accessories have been announced, which make the photography even more enjoyable, including a vertical grip and various battery accessories.

Sony A9 sample pictures
Sony Japan published a series of test pictures to assess the image quality of this revolutionary camera. The following Sony A9 sample pictures are reduced in size to display appropriately. Click on the link below the picture to download the original test picture.

As soon as we receive a Sony A9 review copy we will put this full-frame system camera to a comprehensive test.

Sony A9 sample pictures

Sony A9 test

Download Sony A9 sample photo - taken with Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS
ISO 2500 - Aperture : f/4.0 - Shutter speed : 1/1250 sec

A9 test

Download Sony A9 sample picture - taken with FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS
ISO 1600 - Aperture : f/3.5 - Shutter speed : 1/5000 sec

Sony Alpha 9 test

Download Sony Alpha 9 sample picture - taken with FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS
ISO 2000 - Aperture : f/3.5 - Shutter speed : 1/1250 sec

Alpha 9 test

Download Sony Alpha 9 test picture - taken with FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS
ISO 3200 - Aperture : f/2.8 - Shutter speed : 1/1000 sec

Sony Alpha A9 test

Download Sony A9 test picture - taken with FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS
ISO 400 - Aperture : f/4 - Shutter speed : 1/3200 sec

Alpha A9 test

Download Sony A9 test image - taken with FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS
ISO 200 - Aperture : f/5.6 - Shutter speed : 1/2500 sec

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