Innovative and precise autofocus Track complex, inconsistent movement with more accuracy than previously possible - the new AF/AE system can calculate up to 60 times per second. 693 focal plane phase detection AF points mean that around 93% of the frame is being monitored at any given moment.
Ergonomically designed for fast operation Featuring a joystick on the back, allowing the user to change focus in the frame by pressing a direction (available in Zone, Flexible Spot and Expanded Flexible Shot focus area modes).
Double battery, double memory The new NP-FZ100 battery has around 2.2x the capacity of previous Sony full-frame models, while dual card slots mean that data can be recorded to both cards at once, concurrently, or as separate RAW/JPEG cards.
Impressive versatility The Sony a9 offers an ISO range of 100-51,200 (expandable to 50-204,800) – working with the BIONZ X processor to minimise noise on higher settings, while supporting uncompressed 14-bit RAW so users can make the most of the wide dynamic range.
Full-frame 4K video capture The Sony a9 captures 6K of data, oversampling to produce the 4K output of the highest quality. While filming at Full HD, there is the option to record up to 120fps for 20-25% broadcast quality slow motion with AF tracking.
Quad-VGA OLED TruFinder This new 3,686k-dot TruFinder is the highest-resolution viewfinder ever incorporated into a Sony camera. The ultra-sharp screen is optimised with a Zeiss T*coating and can also be set to 60 or 120fps.