- Sony says the camera comes with Bionz X image processor and faster autofocus
- Sony also claims the camera comes with AI algorithm
Sony has launched Alpha A9 II mirrorless full-frame camera. The company has priced the camera at $4,500 (approx. Rs 3,21,500) and will sell it from November. This camera is a successor to the Sony A9 which was released in 2017.
Sony says the camera comes with Bionz X image processor, faster autofocus and a new anti-shock shutter. The Alpha A9 II is equipped with a 24.2-megapixel Exmor RS CMOS sensor and can give shooting speeds of 10fps and 20fps. It has 693 phase-detection AF points and 425 contrast-detect points with a 93 percent coverage remains intact.
Sony claims the camera comes with Sony’s AI algorithm which will allow faster and precise animal, face and eyes detection system by using AI to detect object recognition and processes. The AI feature will help detect colour, subject distance (depth), pattern (brightness) as spatial information with higher precision.
The camera also has a five -axis in-body stabilisation system with up to 5.5 stops of vibration reduction, a grippy joystick, dials and control layout. The device has a three-inch tilting 1.44 million dot touchscreen and a 3,686K dot OLED quad-VGA electronic viewfinder claims Sony.
On the connectivity side, the phone comes with dual-band WiFi, USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C, HDMI, an audio jack, Ethernet port, two SD card slots. Sony also claims the camera will be able to capture up to 500 shots with EVF on and up to 690 shots with EVF off.
Sony India today had recently launched its latest addition to the Alpha 7R series full-frame mirrorless camera line-up. Dubbed Alpha 7R IV (model ILCE-7RM4), this new Alpha series camera, as per Sony, featured world’s first 61.0 MP back-illuminated full-frame image sensor.