Sony today announced its state-of-the-art mirror-equipped camera: the 6,500 Alpha 1 has a new 50.1-megapixel full-frame sensor, capable of 30 seconds per second continuous photo shoot, and 30 Can record 8K video on FPS. It will begin in March.
Canon and Nikon’s Powerhouse cameras have a significant price tag compared to the high-performance mirror-equipped cameras, but Sony has promised that customers who buy them will be given the “most advanced, state-of-the-art camera” they have made so far. Has gone
This sounds like a dream come true for sports and action photographers: despite its large sensors, Sony says Buffer allows you to take up to 15 seconds of full-frame compressed RAW images or 165 full-frame JPEG images. Allows to shoot up to 30 seconds per second. Electronic shutters while maintaining full AF and AE tracking performance. “
The auto focus and auto exposure system can calculate up to 120 seconds per second. And we’re taking care of you with a high resolution OLED Electronic Wave Finder with an update rate of 240 Hz. The Alpha 1 offers five axes, body image stabilization and a standard ISO range of 100-32,000 (still expandable up to 502,102,400).
Sony’s auto focus system is still probably the best in the game, and the company says the Alpha 1 accelerates the IAF while focusing on humans and pets. And with the help of this camera, IF will also work on birds. If you can justify a 6,500 camera for your nature, Sony says, “Improved algorithms ensure that the tracking bird suddenly flies, or the framing changes abruptly.” “
Flash sync speed has been increased to 1/400 second. (With mechanical shutter), and the silent electronic shutter supports synchronization speeds of up to 1/200 second. The rolling shutter has been lowered due to the high-speed sensor reading, and Sony says you can continue shooting at full 30 fps without any blackouts. Flickering is also reduced under LED lighting conditions, as the speed of the Alpha 1 shutter can be matched to the flicker frequency.
As video, the Alpha 1 can shoot 8K30 and 4K120 – both in 10-bit – and recording 4K up to 60fps allows full sensor readout without any pixel binding. Adding an external recorder to the mix allows you to capture 16-bit video.
The Alpha 1 represents Sony’s best, and the price clearly reflects that. You see the Canon R5 cost several thousand dollars. But considering the past and present reputation Sony has gained with its full-frame mirror-equipped cameras, many of the pro-photographers will be itching to take this $ 6,500 animal into their hands in March.