Sony has announced its stunning full-frame camera for professional photographers. The new A9 is created to pose a huge challenge to Canon and Nikon, with a full-frame stacked CMOS sensor (24.2 Megapixels), unbelievable continuous shooting capability and 693 autofocus point. The A9 shoots 4K video with 5-axis in body stabilization, dual SD card slots and further Ethernet port. It offers blackout free so you can continuously shooting up to 20 frames per second for up to 241 consecutive RAWs (362 JPEGs).
The camera’s maximum shutter speed is 1/32.000 sec and it is capable of calculating AF/AE up to 60 times per second. The 693 phase –detect AF points cover nearly 92% of the frame. There is a focus joystick on the back camera which can help photographers better pinpoint subject.
The A9 also own Sony’s sharpest electronic viewfinder ever with a Quad-VGA OLED Tru-Finder about 3.386k dots. It takes $4.500 to own this camera. There are a lot of amazing features that we still don’t know about this camera. We are hoping for its launching on May 25th in the U.S.