The new A9 is a full-frame mirrorless camera that comes packing a load of features that should suit professional photographers looking for a great mirrorless offering.
Sony is going on the offensive in the camera market, launching its new Alpha A9 camera - the most expensive, feature-rich mirrorless camera yet.
The new Alpha 9 promises blackout-free continuous shooting at up to 20fps while undertaking 60 AF/AE tracking calculations per second.
The cherry on top of the Alpha 9 is a new digital 35mm full-frame stacked 24.2MP CMOS sensor. This is paired with an upgraded Bionz X image processor. It has 693 phase-detect points, which cover around 93 percent of the frame, and the company says its updated Fast Hybrid AF system is around 25 percent faster than the (already speedy) setup fitted to the A7R II. Another innovative feature is the new Sony battery (model NP-FZ100) which has 2.2x the capacity of previous Sony full-frame models. It's a Quad-VGA OLED Tru-Finder with approximately 3,686k dots and sounds like a joy to look through. It has Sony's highest resolution viewfinder ever, at least as far as the Alpha line-up is concerned. The camera primarily uses this electronic shutter, although it also features a mechanical shutter mechanism that allows a flash sync speed of up to 1/250th of a second. ZEISS T and fluorine coatings keep glares to a minimum and make the glass dust-resistant.
This all adds up to a luminance that is 2x higher than the XGA OLED Tru-Finder from the α7R II, creating a viewfinder image with a brightness level that is almost identical to the actual scene being framed, ensuring the most natural shooting experience. It's also customisable, with options for 60fps or 120fps. Touch focusing on the rear LCD screen is also supported. Low-light performance is also aided by the new in-camera stabilization system, good for a five-step shutter speed improvement when shooting handheld. This latest Alpha model offers a lot.
Additional new capabilities include the "AF Area Registration", which allows frequently used focus area to be memorized and recalled via custom button assignments. There is a control joystick on the rear along with drive and focus mode dials.
A MOAB is a 21,600 pound, Global Positioning System (GPS)-guided munition that is US's most powerful non-nuclear bomb. Its fighters have been engaged in a years-long insurgency against the government and global forces in Afghanistan.
In France , investors remained nervous ahead of the first round of the presidential election on Sunday. The gold price against a basket of foreign currencies is now approaching the highs reached in 2011.
David Peralta, who went 4-for-5, drove in two runs for the Diamondbacks as they split the four-game series with the Dodgers. The New York Yankees now have the most wins in the Major League Baseball with nine and they are on a hot streak.
Though the University of Nebraska-Lincoln does not sponsor ice hockey, it submitted a bid to host the event at CenturyLink Center. This upcoming fall will mark the ninth time where the Bald Eagles have served as the host site for the Division II regional meet.
Kerrigan said the inaugural events may have served as an opportunity for donors to try to curry favor with the incoming president. Billionaire investor Paul Singer, for example, gave $1 million after long expressing skepticism about Trump.
Kabir Khan told Mumbai Mirror that they used children from Salman's Galaxy Apartments to record the background voice in the video. Filmmakers are set to release this movie for this Eid , trailer of this movie is going to release in the next month.
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He acknowledged "lots of conjecture" about his own fate at the nation's third-largest carrier and said "the buck stops here". He said the airline will have more to say later this month after it finishes a review of its policies on overbooked flights.
It is scheduled to hear two more death penalty cases on April 24, the date two more Arkansas prisoners are slated for execution. One of them, the sedative midazolam, has been associated with botched executions in Alabama, Arizona, Ohio and Oklahoma.
Mortgage rates tumble below 4 percent again
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White House Sidewalk Permanently Closed To Public
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Lauren Hutton turns heads at 73 in new lingerie ad
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Abbas to meet Trump at White House
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Davis Cup Djokovic, Kyrgios target final duel
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Pep Guardiola explains Premier League failure
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MP backs election call but business is anxious
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