Sony announces full-frame Alpha-mount A99II to




Sony has added a new member to its family of Alpha SLR cameras with semi-transparent mirror, the α99 II. The camera has a full frame Exmor R CMOS sensor with 42.4-megapixel. That whole is processed by a BIONZ X image processor.

The α99 II has no low-pass filter and an autofocus system that uses phase detection hybrid. This system combines off 79 points including 15 cross-sensitivity with 399 points off integrated on the image sensor. The previous version that Sony released and demonstrated at Photokina 2012 from the α99 had a total of 121 off points, including 11 cross sensitive. The advantage of the hybrid phase detection system is that the distance information without intermission, either all the time, can be passed. Thus, it is possible also to keep constant in focus moving subjects at high speed, said Sony. Besides the upgraded system off the camera also has a new five-axis stabilization system.

Focus Points Sony Alpha A99 II

With AF / AE Tracking can be shot at up to 12 frames per second. The live view mode can be set to 8 fps. The sensor has a isobereik between 100 and 25,600 ISO, which is to stretch from 50 to 102,400, though the latter only applies to photos. For photos with an aspect ratio of 3: 2 is used around the sensor and images to 16: 9 is used information from 35-megapixel.

The camera can record 4K videos xavc s format and can be up to 100Mbit / s processing of data. The frame rate can be set in 8 steps from 1 frame per second up to 120fps. While filming can also be made use of s-gamut- and s-log recording.

The model is slightly smaller than its predecessor and has a newly designed grip. The LCD screen on the camera is a 3 “TFT. The new Alpha goes from November in the sale and receive a suggested retail price of 3600 euro note.


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