Sony Japan officially announced the supply shortage of the new Sony A99 II flagship A-mount DSLR camera.
From the statement we understand that the real pre-orders are beyond Sony’s expectation. So the production can’t keep up the demand (potential delays are expected).
This surely means Sony A99II gets very high demand from the market. At the moment it is unknown if this warning affects other country shipments.
Sony Japan issues a high demand warning on the A99II
Sony A99II features a 42.4-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor. The sensor allows for 12 fps burst shooting with continuous AF/AE and a top ISO of 102,400. The image processor offers 4K video recording and a 5-axis in-body image stabilization mechanism.
As with its predecessor this is a Translucent Mirror camera, which splits light between the sensor and an AF module near the EVF.
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|Sony A99II Camera||$3,199.95||Amazon | B&H | Adorama
Sony A99II Key Features
- Full-frame 4D Focus: Innovative Hybrid Phase Detection AF system with accurate 79 hybrid cross AF points enabled by 79-point dedicated and 399-point focal-plane AF sensors and continuous shooting at up to 12fps
- High resolution 42.4 effective MP 35mm Full-frame Exmor R™ CMOS sensor
- Newly developed optical 5-axis in-body image stabilisation system
- Outstanding operability and reliability in newly designed downsized body
- Internal 4K movie recording in XAVC-S format with host of pro-orientated movie features
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