Sony Alpha A99 II News And Review

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The Sony Alpha A99 II combines the best of Sony's latest digital photography-inventions, including a new Hybrid Phase Detection AF system, with exclusive Sony A-mount-features such as Translucent Mirror Technology (TMT). And that has resulted in a highly professional camera that especially for sports and wildlife photographers very much has to offer.

The backlit full-frame 42.4 MP Exmor R CMOS sensor is running in a seamless on-chip-design. The sensor makes a quick readout of large amounts of data and is also efficient with light to. The net result is a very high light sensitivity with low noise, wide dynamic range and a resolution of 42, 4MP at an ISO range of 100-25600 to expand what is up to ISO 50-102,400. The A99 II is designed without the optical low permeable filter, giving you the finest natural detail with unparalleled depth and realism.

Low light is, of course, no problem for the A99 II. The exact AF system works properly to exposure levels of EV-4, where most other cameras are struggling. With the A99 II let Sony see that it is still an excellent choice for professional photographers.

Innovative autofocus: The newly developed AF system with phase detection is capable of "full time" and is the first application of 4 d FOCUS in the full-frame A-series. The Hybrid Phase Detection AF system is made possible by the combination of an accurate specific 79-point AF sensor with phase detection and 399 image plane-AF points with phase detection. This produces a hybrid design with 79 AF crossroads on. These intersections allow for accurate autofocus performance and advanced methods to capture fast moving objects.

Quickly and accurately: The data stream by the A99 II is innovated to high resolution and continuous shooting at high frame rate. A new LSI in front works with the image sensor, the BIONZ image processor X and a newly designed shutter unit for continuous shooting of up to 12 fps with AF/AE tracking. This may include the 42.4 MP optimum exploitation. The result is an ultrafast camera that offers detailed recordings, also with fast moving objects and in poor light.

Sony Alpha A99 II is the successor to the Alpha A99. It's just like the predecessor a decent camera with a fixed mirror, an electronic viewfinder, and a full-frame sensor. However, there are fantastic improvements, such as a 5-axis image stabilization, a superior 4 k video mode and an image sensor with as many as 42 million pixels. This guarantees the Sony A99 II not only excellent performance and great image quality for photographers but does this also to the requirements of even the most demanding video filmmakers.

The A99 is a real camera with all the benefits that this entails. A Sony Alpha A99 II has a unique technology, that is to say, that he has a fixed, semi-transparent mirror plus an electronic viewfinder. Because the mirror does not have to have hit on you during Live View and the filming access to super fast autofocus. The ultra sharp OLED Tru-finder viewfinder offers XGA resolution a Zeiss T * coating and four lens elements including a double-sided aspherical element, whereby a magnification of 0, 78 x and excellent brightness from corner to corner. The outer lens surface is equipped with a fluorine coating which makes fingerprints, dust and water droplets are avoided. The LCD screen has a high resolution and it is in just about every direction.

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