More information about the Sony A9 sensor has been spotted on the web as the next flagship E-mount mirrorless camera might feature a full-frame sensor around 70 to 80-megapixels.
The gossip mill is once again mentioning a camera called Sony Alpha A9 camera which will be placed above the A7-series. On the other hand Sony A9 sensor will be high-megapixel count that might be 70 – 80 megapixels.
According to leaksters, the upcoming Sony A9 will have a bigger grip in dimensions. It will have a DSLR alike design and size and sure will be bigger than the current A7-series. It will be aimed at professional action and sports photographers. That’s why it has to be more comfortable to hold and use for action and sports shooting. Now let’s jump to more details about the upcoming full frame E-mount camera.
More Sony A9 Specifications showed up on the web
If rumors are true the Sony Alpha A9 will become the new flagship E-mount mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with full-frame image sensor.
The next flagship model will be capable of capturing unlimited RAW photos in continuous shooting mode. This means it can capture unlimited and won’t pause for buffering. It will also have dual card slots. Both slots will support only XQD cards. There will be no support for CFast version.
The next generation MILC from Sony will be a giant leap. The rumor mill says that the IBIS technology will make its way into future Sony A9 model.
Leaked specs so far
- 70-80 megapixel sensor
- IBIS technology
- Unlimited RAW shooting
- Dual SD card slot
- Better HDR
- Bigger grip
No information about the official announcement date. It’s a big possibility that we might see this new model around Photokina 2016 event in September.
This is all for Sony A9 sensor news. Stay tuned with “Mirrorless Times” and we’ll give more information about this exciting camera when it is available. Just like with all rumors, take this one with a grain of salt.
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