Sony A99

And Now Comes The Sony A99 Camera That Promises Everything!

Yet another Sony India camera wonder takes professionals by storm. Sony A99 II comes to India, the most compact camera ever, and is now available across the country. The initial announcement came in Photokina in Cologne (Germany) in September. It is an A-mount interchangeable lens camera.

What would you expect? The Hybrid Phase Detection autofocus system is fabulous. With the Translucent Mirror Technology, the camera records at 100 Mbps for 4K recording. Several improvements over the earlier A99 make it a most desired possession.

Sony A99 Price: The Price may be stiff at Rs.249,990 but consider those super features. Shall we call it a sweet dream that promises every little crisp detail in stunning shots?

Sony A99

Beginners & Professionals Alike Would Love This Camera

Amateurs would be happy with the 42.4 MP sensor, an Exmor R CMOS full-frame sensor. The back illumination is classic. The gapless-on-chip design reads high volumes at a faster rate. Professionals would be pleased at the 8% smaller size compared to the first version. The camera resists dust and moisture. The handgrip is improved on the magnesium alloy body. Dual SD card slots mean that it can hold so much more.

Super Updates and Pleasing Performance

A 3-inch tilting LCD is the gateway to many more astounding features. Sony states that gyro sensors detect the tiniest camera movement that could cause blurring. Detecting and compensating for shift blur while shooting close-ups on X and Y-axes are claimed. Sony A99 II records motion 4K video and supports S-Log 2 and S-Log 3 modes with an OLED EVF.

Getting a bit more technical, the camera contains a 5-axis body image stabilization program. The 4D focus system includes 79 autofocus points on a PDAF sensor. Combining with 399 on-sensor focus points delivers 79 hybrid cross-focus points. With a Bionz X-image processor, the camera shoots at 12fps.

Realism and the finer details shine through every image that does not use an optical low-pass filter. Sony says that the photographer can opt for the compressed or uncompressed RAW files. Look forward to exciting shoots.


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