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Sony just launched the Sony Alpha 9 (α9) full-frame mirrorless camera with a continuous shooting speed of up to 20 fps. That is an astounding 484 million pixels being recorded and stored per second! That is a level of photographic performance that is currently unmatched by any other camera in the market.
In this article, we will share with you the full details of the Sony Alpha 9 (α9) camera (Lowest price), including the official presentations and press release. We will also share with you a showcase of the Sony α9‘s photographic capabilities in the hands of a world-class photojournalist and photographer, Benjamin Lowy.
The Sony Alpha 9 (α9) FF Mirrorless Camera Revealed!
Takashi Yasuda, the General Manager & Head of the Sony Digital Imaging Marketing Division, started with an overview of the market performance of Sony interchangeable lens cameras, and the key features that helped them gain an advantage over their rivals.
Then Chiou Bing Han, Senior Manager & Head of Digital Imaging Marketing, Sony Malaysia, detailed the key features of the new Sony Alpha 9 (α9) full-frame mirrorless camera (Lowest price).
He also shared details of the three new Sony lenses – the Sony FE 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 GM OSS (Lowest price), the Sony FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM (Lowest price) and the Sony FE 12-24mm f/4 G, including examples of photos taken with the new lenses.
Benjamin Lowy on the new Sony Alpha 9 (α9)
Benjamin Lowy is a renown photojournalist who has covered numerous conflicts, from the Iraq war to the wars in Afghanistan and Libya. He has since gone into sports photography, covering the Sochi Winter Olympics, and wildlife photography. He has even gone on the recent American Presidential campaign trail!
Sony flew him all the way from New York to showcase his work, as well as show off the photos he took with the new Sony Alpha 9 (α9) full-frame mirrorless camera. He emphasised how useful it was that Sony α9 (Lowest price) was not only smaller in size, it also operated silently – particularly useful when photographing wildlife.