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Sony's A9 II brings networking and connectivity improvements

The new model is designed to enhance professional workflows.
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Sony Alpha 9 II

Sony's new A9 II maintains the overall speed and performance of the original and builds on that design with key upgrades that enhance the workflow of professional users. These upgrades include a built-in 1000BASE-T Ethernet terminal for high-speed data transfers, SSL or TLS encrypted file transfers, enhanced remote shooting performance, and upgraded wireless connectivity with 5GHz 802.11ac support. You will also find a voice memo function that lets photographers add audio notes to images, upgraded BIONZ X image processing, upgraded dust and moisture resistance, 5-axis in-body image stabilization, revised buttons, a redesigned shutter mechanism, USB-C support, dual media slots with UHS-I and UHS-II SD support, and digital audio interface compatibility. 


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