We are covering more Sony A9 hands-on videos showing different features of the mirrorless sports camera.
From the videos below we can see that both the photo and video AF performance of the Alpha A9 are very impressive. We don’t know if this will be the mirrorless product that could be the end for DSLRs but it’s certain that more users are waiting to get their hands on it.
More Sony A9 Hands-on Videos
Sony A9 comes with a stacked CMOS sensor with incredible autofocus coverage. The camera features a 24.2MP full-frame Exmor RS stacked CMOS sensor and BIONZ X image processor.
It is capable of recording UHD 4K video internally, and shooting with an expanded sensitivity range to ISO 204,800.
A Japanese reviewer tested the Sony a9‘s Eye-tracking “Eye AF” and he was quite surprised by its amazing performance!
Another Sony a9 focus tracking demo:
Award winning wedding photographer Jason Lanier gives 10 reasons that why he believes the Sony A9 will be the best wedding photography camera in the world. Check out!
Menu system of the Alpha A9
Kentucky Derby at 20fps with the Sony A9:
Interview at NAB 2017
Sony A9 vs Sony A7S II:
Sony a9 Q&A:
The Alpha a9 offers 20 fps blackout-free burst shooting with uninterrupted viewing and AF/AE tracking. A larger buffer allows up to 241 compressed RAW images or 362 JPEG images to be captured in one continuous burst. Additionally, 693 phase detection AF points covering 93% of the frame track even the most erratic and fastest-moving subjects across the frame.
These Sony A9 hands-on videos are helpful for the first impressions. If you are in touch or want to buy this product we advice you to search for more in-depth reviews.
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