A Long-Term Review of the Sony a9


At the point when the Sony a9 first turned out, it was hailed as a huge advance forward and a challenger of Canon’s lead 1D X Mark II and Nikon’s leader D5 at a lower cost than both. What’s more, despite the fact that it looked astonishing on paper and in early audits, inquiries concerning its life span remained. After just about two years, this incredible video talks about how the a9 has fared over the long haul.

Coming to you from Wes Perry, this incredible video audit gives his long haul considerations on the Sony a9 after just about two years and roughly 100,000 shots. The a9 quickly jumped other leader cameras in a few different ways when it turned out (nonstop blasted speed being a standout amongst the most outstanding), and as Sony has refreshed and refined its abilities through firmware updates and kept on rounding out the focal point library with better and more choices, it’s solitary improved. Then again, picture takers were concerned if the camera was as solid as the well-tried preferences of the Canon and Nikon leads, which are notable for their capacities to deal with outrageous circumstances and misuse. As indicated by Perry, it has held up amazingly well, appearing shallow scrapes and wear, yet nothing hindering its capacity in any style.  

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