α9 goes beyond the norms of camera function and operation, offering new expressive potential for professional creators.
This is the E-mount full-frame interchangeable lens digital camera to feature a 35mm full-frame stacked CMOS sensor with integral memory. The sensor’s stacked structure and integral memory contribute to the unprecedented readout speed achieved by the sensor and image-processing engine.
High speed enables continuous shooting at up to 20 fps, blackout-free shooting, up to 60 AF/AE tracking calculations per second, silent, vibration-free Anti-Distortion Shutter operation at up to 1/32,000 sec., and other capabilities that add up to an all-new shooting experience without interference from mechanical devices.
Correction of annotation: At shutter speeds of 1/125 sec or higher.
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Can any of you recommend some good reading to learn about advances in sensor technology? I understand that larger sensors generally outperform smaller ones even if the pixels are the same. I have seen first hand how a poor quality sensor can yield noisy low contrast images. I am struggling to see the benefits of the Alpha9 as opposed to the Alpha7R, which is about 2K less and has twice the resolution. I am drooling over both.
When are manufactures going to sit down with pro users and say “look, what do you want in camera?” The users respond “we want this”, and the company responds “ok, here you go.” / Instead of a great brand announcing an awesome camera that lacks vital features, leaving users scratching their heads.
I am glad yu have listened to your cutomers deman to improved on your products, but there is a downside to this. Situated in Iceland I fall between your strict and misunderstand regional division in service? i can not make purchases in the appstore in play memories because my countrys situatin on the globe. Still we have mutual business agreement.
Iceland falls inbetween those regions so I am not able to buy your apps because of my location. You seem to be in the misconseption that you have to translate the apps for our our language, therfore offer no service to us.
For your information you could categorize us as an english speaking client or one of the nordics. Every single native speaks perfect english and other languages, so you do not have to translate anything to our market. We speak nordic languages an fluent english. So keep it in one of those. Its just takes a stroke of a pen. Play memories is totally unneccesaryly restricted according to thire policies. plesa include us in english region or the nordic once. You will have no complaint all. It smells of imerialism and prejudice or ignoranc to leave us out. True we speak a strage language, but that has teaced us to adobt to attain the most prominent languages in th word. I ask tou sincerily to reconsider your aproach to this and leran something adout Iceland. This is the main reason Some got a lack of intrest in your producs because your prejudice aproach. It will cost not more than sending a reperesentetive to rectify tis.
Millioms of turist visit here every year are met by close doors. Iclean i now one of the hottest photogrqphers paradizes on eart and your unfathomathabl burocqacy is ruining your marketshare. Recomside your regionality our refionalti us with links to the uk or usa. You cann do it with one stroke of pen. Let,everyone enjoy teh full capability of yoru products and the problem is solved over night. Our maket not limited by litreal fools kowing only the isolateed lamguage of Iceland. . We are a multilingular nation with on of the higest standard and education of computers in the worl plus get two mllion wisitors every year where most of them are here for photographic experience. Rethink your stuppborn inconceivable restritions. Lack of service is the one of the greatest factor on shying cutomers from yor product. Fix this and get a new retailer with loaity to your product but not serving two competing masters. When midatlantic is out of your interests this gives sony a bad reputation even aurora of arrogance.
Regional devision should be a thing of the past in international business enviroment and the genious that came with rhe isea shold be downgraded to the post office or,janitor. You have market of millions but narowsigjetdly have decided thar "village? Of 350 thousand is not wort bothering with. Maybe sony in all their focus on innovation forgot the customer after all. Distribution and maketin has taken second place.
Hope yo read this. i am serious. So serious that I Im thinkig to fall back to my Canon.
I have to say I'm not convinced by the camera, even though it's out of my price range. I take photos at pro wrestling events and have yet to see exact f-stop range and how it works in low light venues like the one I do them at, perhaps nearer launch lol!
The best way for Sony to take a big leap forward is to completely rethink and revamp their customer service. Right now, they farm it out to a 3rd party company named Precision Camera. Look them up on Yelp and Google...their reviews are abysmal and many customers have been screwed over by them. In spite awful reviews, Sony has used them for decades. My experience with Precision and Sony has been the worst customer service I've ever had resulting in them completely breaking my $3,000 Sony camera body and Precision and Sony refusing to repair or replace it.
Canon and Nikon have their own in-house service departments where employees adjust and repair your equipment, not contracted hourly workers. I've had several experiences with Canon's service over the last decade and they've always been professional and fair.
Sony...notsomuch. I hope that Sony's announcement of some changes to their service structure results in them going back and making things right with customers they've wronged and a sizable upgrade in professionalism.
After Mia, a Precision Camera manager, refused to repair my camera and refused to even provide an estimate for repairs, she suggested I "sell it on eBay for parts" (WTF nope). After Johnny Pham, a Sony customer service manager, suggested I was drunk (WTF nope!) and then asked me send my camera in for a second look, Precision completely broke it. Totally bricked. As a Sony representative, he then refused to repair or replace my camera. After Randall Martin "Sony Electronics Executive Customer Affairs and Customer Advocacy Group" sent a letter (because they lost my email and phone numbers...seriously. WTF is wrong with Sony's customer service if they can't access customers' contact info?) to follow up on my experience, he said that he "wants to come to a resolution that will satisfy all parties". That sounded great until two weeks later he told me that he was only going satisfy Sony and Precision and refused to repair or replace the camera Precision broke. Obviously, I was left unsatisfied.
In my experience, Sony's unprofessionalism can't get much worse so any step to improve it is welcome news for potential customers.
Sony, it's been a year since you stopped replying to my emails and phone calls. I know you have a hard time keeping customers' contact info so maybe you "lost" my info? Right. Hit me up via YouTube or Amazon. I'm a professional photographer so just Google my name and you can easily find me. I'm still holding on to a shred of hope that you will do the right thing and repair or replace the camera your 3rd party service company broke.
No, The cipa standard is used for it. So with regular use like starting shutting down. Live view for composing (this is where Dslr's get their advantage) some use of built-in flash etc.
If you shoot fast bursts on the side line you could possibly shoot several thousands of shots before the battery runs dry. I'd reckon close to a Dslr which uses more power with it's shutter mechanism and mirror assembly when shooting bursts compared to the full electronic shutter used here.
That would be an interesting test for reviewers.
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