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Sony Launched A99 II Flagship A-Mount camera with 4k Video Support in India

Sony A99 II Flagship A-Mount Camera

Sony A99 II Flagship: Sony’s flagship, A99 II with full frame SLT was launched in India and is available at Rs. 2, 49, 990.  This much anticipated camera was first announced in September by Sony at Photokina in Cologne, Germany.  The camera is now available in all the Sony stores and also in other popular stores across the country.

Compared to its predecessor A99, this new camera has many new updates and features.  It sports a 42.4 megapixel sensor Exmor R full-frame sensor that is back-illuminated and features a gapless-on-chip design for faster readouts of higher volume data.

Sony A99 II Flagship A-Mount camera with 4k Support Launched in India

Sony A99 II Flagship A-Mount Camera
Sony A99 II Flagship A-Mount Camera

When it comes to the size, this new successor A99 II is 8 percent smaller than its predecessor and sports good grip, magnesium alloy body, dual SD card slots along with dust and moisture resistance.

This is the first ever time that Sony used 4D Focus system that flaunts 79 autofocus points on the dedicated PDAF sensor.  This sensor when combined with the 399 on-sensor autofocus points, gives 79 hybrid cross-autofocus points.

Sony unveiled its A99 II Flagship Specs:

Sony A99 II Features:

The Sony A99 II can also record 4K video.  The device also supports S-Log2 and S-Log 3 shooting modes, an OLED EVF and a 3-inch titable LCD display.  Other specs include uncompressed RAW, no low-pass filter for sharper photos, 12fps continous shooting with AF etc.  It also comes with shutter rated for 300,000 actuations and Bluetooth connectivity.  It comes with zebra mode and has gamma assist.  It also has picture profiles, time code, HDMI output and many more.

Sony A99 II Highlights:

The Bionz X images processor on board the Sony A99 II enables continuous shooting up to 12fbs.  For A-mount cameras, a new in-body 5-axis image is debuting with stabilization system.

This new system is said to detect and compensate for shift blur that can occur on the X and Y axes when doing close-up shots and roll blur in still images and movies that are shot at night time.

Sony also claimed that the gyro sensors that come embedded with the new camera are capable of detecting even tiny camera movements that can cause blurring.


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