Sony A7R III vs Sony A9 – Sony A9 the Sony’s flagship camera packs tremendous quality of specifications and the most inventive is its 693 AF points, which is most in any DSLR and mirrorless camera. Sony A7R III, in contrast, looks majestic in terms of specification, such as its AF system that is however doesn’t look better that A9, but it is just outstanding compared to any
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No confirmed words yet on the exact announcement time of the anticipated Sony A7III (Rumored announcement time is November, 2017), but we have got our hands on some rumored specs of the camera. Surprisingly, A7III could be the Trim-Out version of Sony A9, as the rumor mill writes that it comes with 24 millions of effective pixels. And the quite interesting and wonderful part of this upcoming A7III be it could feature the same 693 AF points as of Sony A9.
Have a look at the rumored specs of the
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Nikon D850 vs Sony A9
Sony A9 is powerhouse of astounding specifications and the most one is its staggering AF system that comes with heavily 693 AF points ( AF points offered maximum by any camera). On the other hand, Nikon D850 does also have some excellent specs, but its looks like Sony A9 is surely making its way. The high-Resolution of
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Even in the DXOMARK test, Sony A9 succeeded to score more than its contemporaries: Nikon D5 and Canon 1DX Mark II. Yes, DXOMARK took Sony A9 to their testing center and tested it. The best part is that Sony A9 performed astoundingly at base ISO, dynamic range and color depth, and exceptional results for noise. Compared to the Canon’s and Nikon’s top sports and
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Sony Japan have announced firmware update for six Cameras including Sony A9. The users complaint regarding Sony A9 heating issue will now be fixed by this new firmware. However, all the firmware Sony released for six Sony E-Mount cameras “A9”, “A7 II”, “A7R II”, “A7S II”, “A6300”, “A6500”
Click here to download Firmware update (version 1.01)
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It is a report that the next firmware update for Sony A9 would feature S-Log, plus also improve Touch screen to make the camera more appealing for videographers.
Sony manager Aoki talked to Camera Jabber and added new information
Sony would listen to market advice and assess the need for additional touch-control along with other function’ enhancements.
I strongly suspect (hope) that Sony might
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Two days ago, we got to hear the overheating related issue on the Sony A9 camera. According to the photographers, overheating indicator is turning on after having done few shots in ordinary conditions.
But very surprising report camera into light
According to SAR, Sony A9 overheating is not a general issue and not all the photographers who have owned it facing the issue neither
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Last time we showed you how Sony A9 scored maximum grades in ISO test when compared to Nikon D5 and Canon 1DX Mark II (according to Focusnumerique). Now we will show you the performance of A9 in terms of Dynamic range.
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Sony A9 falls short behind Sony A7R II and Canon 1DX Mark II in Dynamic Range
One after another a lot of reviews of Sony A9 are coming into light. Last time we show you the ISO comparison of Sony A9 with its own family member, Sony A7R II, where Sony A7R II quite impressed us with its brilliant lowlight performance that slightly beats Sony A9 as well. Now we have one another ISO comparison of Sony
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Sony A9 is really a massive camera, according to its sturdy and advanced specifications, but when Dpreview took it to the testing center Sony A9 shows a bit laziness in the ISO performance. Yes, overall, Sony A9 is powerhouse of techs; that is right, but compared to its own group member, Sony A7R II, its lowlight performance is slightly weaker (which is unobjectionable).
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