The long awaited Sony a7S III is expected to be announced in early 2020, probably at NAB Show in April.
As you know Sony introduced the a9 II ($4,498 Pre-Order Now), which adds a host of features for the working professional, along with a refined design largely borrowed from the a7R IV. Here’s what’s new on Sony a9 II camera.
Sony currently has no new camera code got registered, this means there will be no new Sony cameras to be announced in next 1-3 months. So if you guys are waiting for the Sony a7S III, then it will probably be at NAB 2020 at the earliest.
Below are rumored specs of upcoming Sony a7SIII: Continue reading “Sony a7S III to be Announced in Early 2020”
Sony a9 II pro-level mirrorless camera unveiled for professionals in the fields of sports photography and photojournalism. This new Sony a9 II camera body is now avialble for pre-order at Amazon, B&H Photo Video, Adorama.
So what’s the improvements of the new Sony a9 II, if we compare the Sony a9 II to the orginal Sony a9? The main improvements are on stills capabilities, the design and connectivity options. The new Sony a9 II provides silent continuous shooting up to 20 fps at full 24.2MP resolution (RAW+JPEG) with up to 60 AF/AE tracking calculations per second without EVF or LCD blackout. The overall build quality is similar to that of the new Sony a7R IV, including superior weather sealing.
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Here are more Sony a9 II camera coverage. The full frame mirrorless camera is available for pre-order with a price tag of $4,498. Check availability at Amazon, B&H Photo Video, Adorama. Shipping is scheduled to start on November 6, 2019.
Sony a9 mirrorless camera is also $1000 off at Amazon, B&H, Adorama for $3,498. Continue reading “More Sony a9 II Camera Coverage”
Sony a9 II full frame mirrorless camera is now available for pre-order in major stores in US. The US price is $4,498. Check availability at Amazon, B&H Photo Video, Adorama. Shipping is scheduled to start on November 6, 2019. Continue reading “Sony a9 II now Available for Pre-order”
Sony has officially announces the a9 II (Pre-order at B&H Photo Video), which adds a host of features for the working professional, along with a refined design largely borrowed from the a7R IV.
The sports-oriented a9 II uses the same full-frame 24MP sensor as its predecessor, though its faster Bionz X processor improves AF speed and precision, along with EVF display response. It retains the same 693-point on-sensor PDAF system as the a9, but with new algorithms that improve subject tracking. The camera can still shoot at 20 fps with no blackout using the electronic shutter, and the burst speed using the mechanical shutter has risen to 10 fps. There’s also a new anti-flicker system when using the mechanical shutter, making it much more usable under artificial light.
The Sony A9 II will ship in the US and Europe in October 2019, priced at approximately $4500 / €5400 respectively. Press text can be found here. Product page at Sony UK. Image samples at SonyUK.
Sony a9II: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Sony a9 mirrorless camera is now $1000 off at Amazon, B&H, Adorama for $3,498. Continue reading “Sony a9 II Officially Announced with 24.2MP and 20fps, Price : $4500”
Sony unveiled the details of a new 47MP MFT sensor that can shoot 8K video at 30fps.
Sony’s new IMX492 is a diagonal 23.1mm CMOS image sensor with a colour square pixel array. The multi-aspect sensor will capture 41-megapixel resolution in 4:3 mode or 35 megapixels in 17:9. The new Sony sensor records 8K video in 30p in 17:9 mode, and in 4:3 mode this drops to 25p.
The Sony IMX492 also offers 2.315μm pixel size for both the Bayer and Monochrome sensor version. No further details were provided as to availability and when we may start seeing it in cameras.
This kind of resolution for a MFT sensor is definitely huge and probably for high-end video-centric Micro Four Thirds system cameras. The new image sensor (model name IMX492LQJ) might actually show up in the successor to the Panasonic GH5S which could be named as Panasonic GH6 or the Olympus E-M1 III. Continue reading “Sony Unveils the 47MP MFT Sensor that Can Shoot 8K/30p Video”
Let’s see how the flagship Sony a6600 APS-C camera compares to the wildly popular Sony a7 III?
Talking Pictures by DCW published a video review and they took a close look and what is new on the Sony A6600.
The Alpha A6600 is Sony’s new flagship APS-C camera. It has all of the great new features as their high-end full frame cameras but with a more compact, range finder-style body. It has an excellent 24.2-megapixel image sensor, records 4K 30p video footage and is jam packed with features like a flip up screen, video Eye-AF, headphone and mic port, as well as a bigger FZ-100 battery that makes it the perfect camera for cinematographers, vloggers and youtubers.
Check out the Sony a6600 review below and see if it’s better than the a7 III? Continue reading “Sony a6600 Review: Better than the a7 III?”
Nokishita Camera now confirmed that Sony a9 II (ILCE-9M2) has a code named ofWW942051. Official announcement is expected to happen in October, 2019.
The 36MP sensor is a FAST sensor with chip-on AF, perfect for sporting at high continuous shooting speeds. So the company will most likely use it on the Sony A9 II. Continue reading “Confirmed : Sony a9 II Camera Registered Online”
Here are the 10 things you need to know about the Sony a6600 mirrorless camera by Jason Vong.
The Sony Alpha a6600 is the flagship version of the company’s APS-c mirrorless cameras that is designed to address the needs of the most demanding photographers and videographers.
The extremely versatile Sony a6600 (Amazon, B&H, Adorama) sports a revised 24.2MP CMOS sensor, the latest BIONZ X image processor, and a front-end LSI implemented in Sony’s full-frame cameras.
Check out the 10 Things You Need To Know About Sony A6600 review. See also : Best Lenses for Sony a6600 Continue reading “10 Things You Need To Know About Sony A6600”
Sony today officially released the firmware version 6.00 for Sony a9 full frame mirrorless camera.
The main change of this firmware is add real-time Eye AF for animals and overall stability. You can download this firmware here.
$1000 off on Sony a9 body: $3,498 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama. Continue reading “Sony A9 Firmware 6.00 Released for Adds Real-time Eye AF for Animals”