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Sony a9 II Offers Enhanced Connectivity for Professional Photographers

Sony a9 II Offers Enhanced Connectivity for Professional Photographers

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Sony listens. This company really does. And you can see evidence of that in its release of the Alpha a9 II, an important update to the flagship mirrorless camera that adds improved connectivity options that should appeal to professional sports photographers and photojournalists.

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Sony listens. This company really does. And you can see evidence of that in its release of the Alpha a9 II, an important update to the flagship mirrorless camera that adds improved connectivity options that should appeal to professional sports photographers and photojournalists. While the main 24.2MP full-frame Exmor RS stacked full-frame CMOS sensor may be the same as its predecessor, an updated BIONZ X processor and front-end LSI enable a multitude of new functions that should allow pros to do their jobs faster and more effectively while enjoying the class-leading feature set that set the original model apart from the competition.

Improved Processing and Speed

A new BIONZ X and front-end LSI were required to add new functionality to Sony’s flagship mirrorless, and should result in faster, more precise autofocus and improved EVF display response times. This should result in more accurate tracking when subjects are moving fast or erratically—sounds like a solid change for professional sports photographers. The Fast Hybrid AF system uses a 693-point phase-detect array with 93% coverage to track subjects and should perform extremely well in all conditions, much like its predecessor.
Now, you can select the focus frame color and will be able to move the frame while the shutter is half-pressed in AF-C mode. Another significant improvement to usability comes in the form of AF tracking when shooting at f/16 when in Focus Priority mode and the option to focus with opened aperture just before exposure, for improved performance in low-light conditions. The a9 II also, unsurprisingly, supports the latest Real-time AF Tracking mode that helps maintain focus on fast-moving subjects and will include Real-time Eye AF for humans and animals.
Another speed-focused tweak comes to continuous shooting. While the a9 II still maxes out at an incredible 20 fps and still boasts no blackout, the mechanical shutter’s speed has been doubled to 10 fps and benefits from anti-flicker detection to ensure clean, bright exposures in less-than-ideal environments.

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