Sony has launched a successor of its flagship A9 full-frame mirrorless camera. It comes with improved stabilization and faster wireless connectivity. Read more to find about Sony A9 II Mirrorless Camera Price in India, Specifications, and Features
Price and Availability
|Price||$4,500 (approx Rs 3,19,600)|
The Sony A9 II mirrorless camera is priced at $4,500 (approx Rs 3,19,600). It will be available in November this year.
Highlights and Features
- 24.2MP full-frame CMOS sensor
- Improved Bionz X processor
- 5-axis in-body image stabilization
- Up to 20fps continuous shooting
- 693 PDAF points
- Gigabit Ethernet terminal
- 5GHz Wi-Fi 802.11ac
- USB Type-C port
- File Transfer over SSL/ TLS encryption (FTPS)
- Two SD card slots
- 3.0-inch touchscreen display
- 3.76M-dot resolution electronic viewfinder
- 4K video recording
- Weather sealed body
- Voice Memo function
The new mirrorless camera sports a 24.2MP full-frame CMOS sensor. It is accompanied by an improved Bionz X image processor (for faster sensor readout and improved face, AE/AF tracking).
The Sony A9 II comes with a weather-sealed body with a bigger rear joystick and AF-On buttons. The control dial is now placed on the top of the camera.
The new camera can shoot up to 20fps using the electronic shutter with no blackouts. It comes with 693 on-sensor phase-detection autofocus (PDAF) points.
The 5-axis in-body image stabilization feature offers a shutter compensation of up to 5.5 stops. Sony claims that the new shutter mechanism avoids motion blur and can last for over 500,000 cycles.
The Sony A9 II features a 3.0-inch touchscreen display and a 3.76M-dot resolution electronic viewfinder. You can record 4K videos at up to 30fps.
Connectivity options on the new camera include a Gigabit Ethernet terminal, 5GHz Wi-Fi 802.11ac, and USB Type-C port (supports USB 3.2 Gen1 data transfer speeds).
Additional features include File Transfer over SSL or TLS encryption (FTPS) and two SD card slots with support for faster UHS-II speeds.
A new Voice Memo function allows you to attach spoken information with a particular photo. This can be pretty helpful in conveying extra context/ info to editors.
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