Sony A99II Rumored To Feature 36MP Sensor and Fastest AF Speed

Sony A99II A-mount camera is rumored to feature the 36-megapixel image sensor and will come packed with the fastest autofocus of the world.

The A99 II will replace the A99 and will be a high-end full frame model. Sony A99II camera announcement scheduled for late August. Probably between 22 and 29 August before the Photokina Show.

The rumor also mentions that the Sony A99 II will use the same 36MP image sensor used on the Sony A7r full frame mirrorless camera. Currently Sony A6000 has the fastest AF in the world as claimed by Sony. The A99II will also have the world’s fastest AF speed and it is said to be faster than Sony A6000.

Sony A99II Rumored To Feature 36MP Sensor and Fastest AF Speed

Sony A99 Mark II A-mount camera will be introduced with the new Sony 24-105mm f/4 G standart zoom lens. Sony’s new zoom lens 24-105mm f/4 G, covering wide-angle to telephoto focal lengths will compete against the Sigma’s already a good performer 24-105mm f/4.0 DG OS HSM lens.


Here are the rumored specs of Sony A99II

  • 36MP image sensor
  • Fastest AF speed in the world
  • Built in Wi-Fi
  • NFC
  • No GPS

via SAR

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