Sony, the worldwide leader in digital imaging and the world's largest image sensor manufacturer, has announced the launch of their new A-mount camera, the a99 II. As a mark of the tenth anniversary of the Alpha series, Sony has announced the new 42MP A-mount SLT camera. The features of this camera include 5-axis image stabilization and 4k video capture with no pixel binning. The camera's 5-axis image stabilization is rated to 4.5EV by CIPA testing. Its shutter is rated to over 300,000 shots.
Sony is one of the top sensor makers in the world, with consistently high ratings in tests by independent labs such as DxO, and their sensors are also used by competitors, especially Nikon and Pentax, so when they announce a new sensor, it’s big news. The A99 II’s newly developed 42.4MP sensor is backed by a new Bionz X image processor. It can record at up to ISO 102,400. They are claiming the best image quality of any sensor currently available.
• 42MP Backlit 35mm CMOS Sensor
• 12fps with Tracking AF
• 4K movies without pixel binning
• 399 AF points
• 5-Axis Image Stabilization
• Top ISO 102,400
• Rugged, weatherproof magnesium alloy construction
Other features include dual SD card slots, a 3-way tiltable LCD monitor, a revamped menu, and a front multi-controller dial.
Sony was the first DSLR-maker to offer in-body image stabilzation, and the A99 II is no exception. It offers 5-axis image stabilization covering pitch, roll and yaw as well as vertical and horizontal shift compensation, that they claim compensates for up to 4.5 stops of shutter speed. All A-mount lenses are compatible with the camera.
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