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Sony's new A9 brings the speed full-frame mirrorless fans have been waiting for

Canon, Nikon, it's officially time to start worrying.
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The camera photographers have been waiting for since the introduction of the original A7 is finally here. Yes, the new A9 can now keep up with DSLRs in terms of speed with a 24 megapixel, full-frame sensor that can shoot blackout-free up to 20 fps. Another impressive feature is it's stealthy operation, which allows for the A9 to shoot silently without vibration at up to speeds of 1/32,000. 

The impressive specs don't end there, the camera also boasts their highest resolution EVF, a Quad-VGA OLED Tru-Finder with 3,686k dots of resolution, 2.2x more battery capacity, 693 point focal plane phase detection autofocus points, ethernet port, dual SD slots, and 4K video capability with Full HD recording at up to 120 fps. 

Pre-orders for the A9 start on Friday, April 21st.


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