Sony Alpha a99 II has a 42.0MP Full frame (35.9 x 24 mm) size BSI-CMOS sensor and features Bionz X processor. with all these on the camera, allow you to shoot at maximum resolution of 7952 x 5304 pixels with aspect ratios of 3:2 and 16:9. There is an ISO range of 50-102400 on the a99 II that can save files in RAW format so that you have a wider room for post processing. Sony Alpha a99 II is designed and packed full of great specifications & performance and new features. The new features of the new camera are divided into three, there are some of these are totally new features and there are some which are new to full-frame and others features are new to A-mount. Here in this post, we are presenting most new favorite features on Sony Alpha a99 II.
Totally new features of Sony Alpha a99 II
1. Shoot 42.4 MP at 12 FPSFast AF/AE tracking at up to 12 FPS. This is totally new features of Sony Alpha a99 II. This new camera is the first full-frame camera over 24mp to offer 12 fps continuous shooting. With its fastest processor ever, it allows you to shoot 50 continuous frames of full res RAW + Jpeg before hitting the buffer. The speed is slightly more than a 4-second burst.
You have to note that it requires serious processing power and speed for continuous shooting while maintaining reliable AF and AE tracking, and with Sony’s fastest processor ever, a99 II is able to do this with a 42.4 effective megapixel image sensor that allows high-speed readout, BIONZ X processing, and a newly developed front-end LSI for controlled noise processing at higher resolution. Sony also has redesigned the shutter unit for faster response. All these improvements work with Hybrid Phase Detection AF that enables the camera to have continuous auto focus and auto exposure at up to 12 fps.