Sony a9 Full Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera (Body Only) (ILCE9/B)

July 12, 2017 - Comment

In one game-changing leap the revolutionary image sensor and high-speed processing of the α9 reaches performance levels far beyond the incremental improvements gained through decades of mechanical refinement. There is no viewfinder blackout. Continuous shooting speeds exceed those possible with mechanical shutters. Higher shutter speeds are available, and all without noise or vibration. The ability

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In one game-changing leap the revolutionary image sensor and high-speed processing of the α9 reaches performance levels far beyond the incremental improvements gained through decades of mechanical refinement. There is no viewfinder blackout. Continuous shooting speeds exceed those possible with mechanical shutters. Higher shutter speeds are available, and all without noise or vibration. The ability to keep an eye on moving subjects at all times leads to faultless AF and AE tracking, and the photographer’s view is consistently up-to-date with an absolute minimum of lag. In short, the digital promise has been realized at last.

Product Features

  • World’s first Full-frame stacked CMOS sensor w/ integrated memory
  • World’s first blackout-free continuous shooting up to 20 fps
  • Silent, vibration-free, anti-distortion shutter up to 1/32,000 sec.
  • 693 Phase Detection AF points over 93% frame coverage
  • Cont. view blackout free OLED Tru-Finder w/ 100% frame coverage

Comments

Pauly says:

Goodbye Nikon D5 Being a pro sports photographer I’ve always shot with Nikon Pro cameras. Many of the events I shoot I have to run 10 to 20 miles just to get to the remote locations. My Nikon D5 has been a beast but it’s definitely heavy and takes its toll on my back after using the Sony A9 and pushing the camera hard it has been absolutely Flawless and it actually focuses​ better in extremely low light conditions than my Nikon D5. I just put my Nikon up for sale and will be going with the Sony A9 and the Sony…

Jared Jarvis Photography says:

Don’t Overlook for Weddings and Events (Canon shooter’s take on the a9) I’m a professional photographer who has used Canon my whole career. I had been eyeing Sony for awhile due to my intrigue on their technology, and the fact that a few of my friends and colleagues had started shooting with their products, and raved about them. Up until the a9 though, Sony just didn’t offer the “complete package” of what I needed. This review is biased to me and my needs, but hopefully you can find it helpful anyway. BTW, this is my first Sony camera, so pardon me if I…

Kindle Customer says:

Reasons why I love the A9. I have had this Sony A9 camera for over 5 weeks and I love it for the following reasons: 

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