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Frozen is the new Black

Written by Anna of Arendelle

Copywriter at PolarPro

Full width image screen-to-screen baby.

Full width image screen-to-screen baby.

Full Width Side by Side #1.

Full Width Side by Side #Dos.

Omg side by side but like portrait?!

Yes this is real life.

Medium Sized Single Centered Image

Standard Header with regular text

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Professional photographers found a lot of success with Sony’s A9 model when it came to the quality of the photos it was able to capture; however, where it seemed to lack was in its handling and durability— this is where the Sony A9II comes in. The A9II has the same unbeatable shooting speeds as before, but it’s more rugged and weather-proof, due to a new anti-shock shutter and improved seals and covers. Additionally, Sony redesigned the grip of the camera which in turn, makes the A9II easier to handle and shoot for hours on end, especially when using a large telephoto lens. 

Where the new A9II model remains consistent with the A9 model is in a few of the internal specifications of the camera. Because if it’s not broken, why fix it? For instance, the A9II keeps the same 24.4 MP Exmor RS CMOS sensor and offers the same shooting speed as the A9, 10fps with the mechanical shutter and 20fps with the electronic shutter, blackout free. Furthermore, the A9II has the same 693 phase-detection AF (autofocus) points which cover 93% of the camera’s sensor, along with 425 contrast-detect points. The autofocus capabilities of this camera are nothing short of noteworthy, as it has intelligent subject tracking and real-time AF to ensure critical focus on moving subjects which proves to be helpful in both wildlife and wedding photography. 

When adding some new internal features to the A9II, Sony took some characteristics from their other cameras to enhance the capabilities of their latest release. For example, Sony took some technology that was originally seen in their A6400 model such as the BIONZ X image processor and it’s AI technology. The A9II also borrowed features from the A7RIV by featuring its 5-axis-image stabilization which provides over 5 stops of shake reduction. Lastly, much like Sony’s A7III model, the A9II can record 4K video across the full sensor; yet, it can only record in 8-bit resolution, rather than 10-bit.

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Professional photographers found a lot of success with Sony’s A9 model when it came to the quality of the photos it was able to capture; however, where it seemed to lack was in its handling and durability— this is where the Sony A9II comes in. The Test Link A9II has the same unbeatable shooting speeds as before, but it’s more rugged and weather-proof, due to a new anti-shock shutter and improved seals and covers. Additionally, Sony redesigned the grip of the camera which in turn, makes the A9II easier to handle and shoot for hours on end, especially when using a large telephoto lens. 

Where the new A9II model remains consistent with the A9 model is in a few of the internal specifications of the camera. Because if it’s not broken, why fix it? For instance, the A9II keeps the same 24.4 MP Exmor RS CMOS sensor and offers the same shooting speed as the A9, 10fps with the mechanical shutter and 20fps with the electronic shutter, blackout free. Furthermore, the A9II has the same 693 phase-detection AF (autofocus) points Another one which cover 93% of the camera’s sensor, along with 425 contrast-detect points. The autofocus capabilities of this camera are nothing short of noteworthy, as it has intelligent subject tracking and real-time AF to ensure critical focus on moving subjects which proves to be helpful in both wildlife and wedding photography. 

When adding some new internal features to the A9II, Sony took some characteristics from their other cameras to enhance the capabilities of their latest release. For example, Sony took some technology that was originally seen in their A6400 model such as the BIONZ X image processor and it’s AI technology. And another one The A9II also borrowed features from the A7RIV by featuring its 5-axis-image stabilization which provides over 5 stops of shake reduction. Lastly, much like Sony’s A7III model, the A9II can record 4K video across the full sensor; yet, it can only record in 8-bit resolution, rather than 10-bit.

"Some Random Monk Said To Be A Butterfly, So I Turned Into A Cacoon. What Next?"

-Zenyatta, Overwatch League

"Be the change that you want to see in the world."

-7Leaves or Ghandi

Anna of Arendelle

Copywriter at PolarPro