RE: Sony SLT-A99V Pressemitteilung

#1 von matthiaspaul , 12.09.2012 14:36

Pressemitteilung zur SLT-A99 von Sony Deutschland:

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ZITATEin echter Profi: Mit der Vollformatkamera SLT-A99 setzt Sony Maßstäbe in der digitalen Fotografie

12. September 2012

Die SLT-A99 ist die erste Vollformatkamera von Sony mit teildurchlässigem Spiegel. Ein innovatives Autofokussystem, Verbesserungen beim Videomodus, die Ergonomie sowie umfangreiches Zubehör positionieren die A99 als neues Top-Modell unter den Digitalkameras von Sony.

Ein vermeintlich kleiner Schritt für die digitale Fotografie, aber ein großer für all jene, die ein Werkzeug suchen, das professionelle Ansprüche erfüllt. Mit der SLT-A99 übertreten auch ambitionierte Hobby-Fotografen endlich die Schwelle zur professionellen Fotokunst. Dafür bürgt allein ein einziges Wort: Vollformat.

Vollformat und Vollgas in der Signalverarbeitung

Sony entwickelte speziell für die A99 einen neuen Exmor CMOS Vollformat-Bildsensor mit effektiv 24,3 Megapixel. Gemeinsam mit dem BIONZ Bildprozessor ermöglicht er eine bislang unerreichte Bildqualität bei Fotos und Videos. Was den neuen Sensor im Aufbau von seinen Vorgängern unterscheidet: Eine große Transistordichte (Large Scale Integration) erhöht die Signalverarbeitung durch den Bildprozessor und den Umfang der Lichtempfindlichkeit. Sie kann in neun Stufen zwischen ISO 50 und 25.600 justiert werden. Ein neuer optischer Multi-Segment Low-pass-Filter lässt die Stärken des hoch auflösenden Vollformat-Sensors zusätzlich aufblitzen.

Dieses fototechnische Tuning fördert mit dem leistungsstarken BIONZ Bildprozessor letztlich auch die Serienbildgeschwindigkeit: Die gebündelte Aufnahmepower ermöglicht es der A99, in Vollformat-Auflösung sechs Bilder pro Sekunde zu schießen. Im Tele-Zoom-Highspeed-Modus gelingen sogar zehn Bilder in der Sekunde.

Innovation für mehr Schärfe: das duale AF-System

Damit nicht genug - auch beim Autofokus beschreitet die A99 neue Wege: Erstmals verbündet sich das aus der SLT-A77V bekannte Phasendetektions-Modul mit seinem 19-Punkt-AF-Sensor und 11-Punkte-Kreuzsensoren mit einem weiteren Phasendetektionssensor mit zusätzlichen 102 Messpunkten direkt auf dem Bildsensor. In der Summe unterstützt damit eine Matrix mit 121 Messfeldern die Scharfstellung. Dieses duale Autofokussystem wird durch die Tatsache, dass im Inneren der Kamera ein teildurchlässiger Spiegel das Licht auf den Phasenautofokus leitet, ermöglicht. Das Scharfstellen ist somit schneller und präziser.

Damit die neue Kamera auch sich schnell bewegende Motive stets im Fokus behält, haben die Ingenieure von Sony einen neuen kontinuierlichen AF-D Autofokus entwickelt, der die Vorzüge der 121 Messpunkte (19 AF-Punkte plus 102 Hilfspunkte) zu nutzen weiß. Der Modus wird zunächst von den Objektiven SAL-2470Z, SAL-2875, SAL-50F14, SAL-300F28G2, SAL-70400G und SAL-500F4G unterstützt. Weitere, auch ältere Objektive werden in Kürze via Firmware-Update ebenfalls den AF-D Autofokus anwenden können.

Hilfreich bei der Ablichtung bewegter Objekte ist zudem eine neue Funktion, mit deren Hilfe der Fotograf den Bereich, in dem der Autofokus auf die Jagd nach dem Bildmotiv gehen soll, manuell festlegen kann. Der Vorteil: Beim Fotografieren ignoriert die Kamera zum Beispiel den direkt vor dem Objektiv stehenden Maschendrahtzaun und konzentriert sich auf die zuvor festgelegte Schärfe-Ebene.

Filmen wie in Hollywood: die verbesserten Videofunktionen

Der Vollformat-Bildsensor und die Power bei der Signalverarbeitung verleihen der A99 eine hervorragende Videoqualität. Das neue SLT Flaggschiff filmt nicht nur in den Full HD Formaten 50p und 25p, sondern auch im Kinoformat 24p sowie in 60p - also auf Wunsch NTSC oder PAL. Dank teildurchlässigem Spiegel kann der Autofokus permanent nachgeführt werden und lässt sogar bewegte Motive immer scharf aussehen. Für die Wiedergabe ist ein HDMI-Ausgang vorhanden.

Neu ist ein geräuschloser Multi-Controller auf der Kameravorderseite, mit dessen Hilfe wichtige Kameraeinstellungen während des Filmens möglich sind, ohne dass Störgeräusche auf der Tonspur landen.

Für den guten Ton sorgen die Audio-Eigenschaften der A99. Damit das Video mit perfektem Stereo-Sound aufgenommen wird, bietet die Kamera eine Tonpegel-Anzeige auf dem Display, einen justierbaren Aufnahmepegel und einen Kopfhöreranschluss, über den der Filmer den Aufnahmeton kontrollieren kann.

Sucher und Monitor: Bildkontrolle deluxe

Für die Bild- und Motiv-Kontrolle steht wie gewohnt ein OLED-Sucher zu Verfügung, der nicht nur alle Details, sondern auch 100 Prozent des Bildes darstellt. Dies funktioniert selbst dann, wenn ein Objektiv für kleinere APS-C-Bildsensoren an der Kamera angebracht ist. Zweitens verfügt die A99 über ein hoch auflösendes Display mit 1,23 Millionen Bildpunkten.

Widerstandfähig und doch willig

Damit ihr Staub und Wasser nichts anhaben können, hat Sony das Magnesium-Gehäuse der A99 versiegelt. Die Bedienelemente sind wie die ganze Kamera so gearbeitet, dass ihnen auch ein intensiver jahrelanger Gebrauch nichts anhaben kann. Der Verschluss hält mindestens 200.000 Auslösungen stand.

Mit Sorgfalt und Liebe für das Detail gestaltete Sony zudem die Ergonomie der Kamera. Schließlich soll ihre Handhabung den Nutzer beim Fotografieren und Filmen nicht bremsen. Die Form der Bedienknöpfe zum Beispiel wurde so überarbeitet, dass jeder einzelne eine eigene, charakteristische Form hat. So lässt sich die Kamera intuitiv und ohne Blickkontakt mit der Kamerarückseite blind bedienen. Ein neuer Sicherungsknopf für das Belichtungswahlrad auf der Kamera-Oberseite verhindert, dass versehentlich etwas verstellt wird.

Mit einem Knopfdruck wechselt das Display der A99 in den Quick-Navi-Modus. So lassen sich schnell und einfach alle zentralen Kameraeinstellungen in einem übersichtlichen Menü ändern. Steht die Kamera im Studio auf einem Stativ, kann sie auch vom PC aus ferngesteuert werden.

Das Zubehör: viele neue Extras

Ausgesprochen vielfältig präsentiert sich das Zubehörangebot zur neuen Alpha Kamera. Exklusiv für die A99 bietet Sony das SAL-300F28G2 mit einer Festbrennweite von 300 Millimetern an. Der Vertikalgriff VG-C99AM wiederum verlängert durch zwei zusätzliche Batterien die Betriebszeit der Kamera. Stärke beweist das LED-Blitzgerät HVL-F60M mit der Leitzahl 60 bei ISO 100. Helligkeit spendet auch das LED-Ringlicht HVL-RL1, dessen Leuchtstärke stufenlos gewählt werden kann. In Kombination mit dem Adapter FA-MA1AM lässt es sich auch sehr gut in der Makrofotografie einsetzen.

Ein anderer Adapter lässt die Herzen der Video-Fans höher schlagen: Das Kit XLR-K1M ergänzt die Kamera um Anschlüsse für externe Profi-Mikrophone mit XLR-Anschluss und ein Mischpult. Mit der Fernbedienung RMT-DSLR2 kann der Auslöser für Fotos und die Start/Stop-Funktion des Filmmodus betätigt werden. Als dritter Adapter verbindet der neue ADP-MAA den Zubehörschuh der A99 mit weiteren Geräten.

Um die Sicherheit der Kamera besorgt sind der Bildschirmschutz PCK-LM14 und die gepolsterte Tasche LCS-BP3. Sie beherbergt die A99 auch mit montiertem Vertikalgriff und Zoomobjektiv. Platz ist zusätzlich für drei bis vier weitere Objektive, einen Laptop und weiteres Zubehör. Zum Sichern der Aufnahmen offeriert Sony mit der SDXC-UHS-1 letztlich eine neue Speicherkarte, deren Transferraten (94 MB/s. lesen und 43 MB/s. schreiben) kein Bit unter den Tisch fallen lassen.

Unverbindliche Preisempfehlung und Verfügbarkeit

SLT-A99 (Body) von Sony: 2.799,00 Euro
Verfügbarkeit: ab November 2012

Unverbindliche Preisempfehlungen und Verfügbarkeit Zubehör

SAL-2470Z von Sony (Objektiv): 1.999,00 Euro
Verfügbarkeit: ab sofort

SAL-300F28G2 von Sony (Objektiv): 7.699,00 Euro
RMT-DSLR2 von Sony (Fernbedienung): 50,00 Euro
PCK-LM14 von Sony (Bildschirmschutz): 19,00 Euro
LCS-BP3 von Sony (gepolsterte Tasche): 169,00 Euro
HVL-F60M von Sony (LED-Blitzgerät): 659,00 Euro
VG-C99AM von Sony (Vertikalgriff): 399,00 Euro
HVL-RL1 von Sony (LED-Ringlicht): 349,00 Euro
XLR-K1M von Sony (Kit): 799,00 Euro
ADP-MAA von Sony (Adapter): 29,00 Euro
Verfügbarkeit: ab November 2012

Für weitere informationen wenden Sie sich bitte an
Sony Deutschland Presse
E-Mail <sony@haebmau.de>

Gerrit Gericke
Telefon +49 30 2575 4067
E-Mail <gerrit.gericke@eu.sony.com>

Hanif Shangama
Telefon +49 30 7262 08 225
E-Mail <hanif.shangama@haebmau.de>

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ZITATSony introduces full-frame α99

12 September 2012

A-mount flagship 35mm full-frame camera debuts Dual AF System and pro-style video features

- Flagship camera with Translucent Mirror Technology and newly developed 24.3 effective megapixel full-frame Exmor CMOS sensor
- World's first full-frame camera1 with Dual AF System with 19 sensors (including 11 cross sensors) + 102 AF point system (focal plane) and a new AF range control function to set the distance range recognised by the AF system
- Very wide sensitivity range ISO 50-25600 (at expanded sensitivity setting) with extremely low noise
- Advanced Full HD 50p progressive movie shooting with non-stop Continuous AF and pro-style audio features
- XGA OLED Tru-Finder with 100% frame coverage
- Enthusiast-class handling with tough, light magnesium alloy body, weather seals and revised Quick Navi Pro interface


Now advanced photographers can explore the creative possibilities of full-frame imaging plus the responsiveness of Translucent Mirror Technology.

The eagerly awaited successor to the flagship α900 DSLR, the new α99 is the first Translucent Mirror camera from Sony to feature a full-frame 35mm image sensor.

Ruggedly built to cope effortlessly with tough assignments, the α99 sets new standards of imaging performance, creative options, user-focused ergonomics and reliability to satisfy demanding enthusiasts.

Unsurpassed imaging performance and responses

Unique to the α99, a newly developed full-frame Exmor CMOS sensor with 24.3 effective megapixels is teamed with a highly advanced BIONZ image processing engine. This powerful sensor/processor combination guarantees unprecedented levels of imaging performance with still and video shooting.

The full-frame sensor's resolving power is enhanced by a newly developed separate multi-segment optical low-pass filter. Assisted by an all-new front-end LSI, the BIONZ engine processes massive amounts of image signal data from the Exmor CMOS Sensor at very high speeds. Together with a powerful new area-specific noise reduction (NR) algorithm, this achieves a 14-bit RAW output, rich gradation and low noise.

The evolved BIONZ processor boosts maximum sensitivity range (in expanded sensitivity mode) as wide as ISO 50-25600 - a range of 9 stops. Its unprecedented processing power also enables the α99 to shoot a burst of full-resolution images at up to 6 frames per second or 10 fps in Tele-zoom high speed shooting mode.

For the first time ever, the 19-point AF system with 11 cross sensors is complemented by a multi-point focal plane phase-detection AF sensor. With no less than 102 AF points, this additional AF sensor overlays the main image sensor. Harnessing the power of Translucent Mirror Technology, this unique Dual AF System permits ultra-fast, accurate autofocusing that maintains tracking focus even if the subject leaves the 19-point AF frame.

The α99 also debuts an advanced new AF-D continuous autofocus mode that's supremely effective with moving subjects. The 19-point AF system provides reliable depth focusing information. It's complemented by the 102-point multi-point focal plane phase-detection AF sensor that copes effortlessly with subjects traversing the focal plane.

From launch, new AF-D mode is supported by the SAL2470Z, SAL2875, SAL50F14, SAL300F28G2, SAL70400G and SAL500F4G lenses. More lenses will be supported via future firmware updates.

As a further focusing refinement, a new AF range control function allows users to set the distance range recognised by the AF system. This smart feature significantly aids operability if you're focusing on distant sports action through a nearby wire mesh fence.

Crafted for videographers and movie-makers

The α99 inherits the world-leading ‘cinematic DNA' from professional movie cameras and high-end camcorders by Sony. The unmatched resolving power and sensitivity of the full-frame sensor is complemented by advanced features optimised for professional video production.

The α99 supports the needs of professional movie-makers, offering full-frame Full HD 50p/25p (switchable to 60p/24p) progressive video recording to meet AVCHD Version 2.0 specifications. As introduced on the α77, Full-time Continuous AF Movie allows smooth, non-stop tracking of moving subjects. Other movie-oriented enhancements include real-time Full HD video output via HDMI, and uninterrupted ‘dual-card' recording using both of the camera's media slots.

For extra convenience during movie shooting, a silent new multi-controller is easily accessible via a dial on the front of the camera body. This allows smooth, silent adjustment of exposure compensation, ISO sensitivity and metering method, shutter speed, aperture and audio record levels during Full HD video capture. Shooting stamina is tripled by partnering the camera with the new VG-C99AM Vertical Grip that houses up to three batteries in total (see below). It's even possible to exchange batteries ‘on the fly' without interrupting movie recording.

Audio features have also been significantly enhanced to meet the exacting needs of serious videographers. An audio level display and adjustable audio record levels are joined by a headphone jack for accurate in-the-field monitoring. The optional XLR-K1M adaptor kit adds a high-quality mono shotgun mic and pro-standard XLR connections for dependable audio acquisition.

Uncompromised handing for serious photographers

The XGA OLED Tru-Finder gives a detail-packed view of your subject, offering 100% frame coverage with exceptional brightness, contrast, clarity and resolution.

You'll enjoy a full 100% view on the Tru-Finder screen, even if you're shooting with a DT lens that's optimised for cameras with an APS-C sensor. Angle of view is converted automatically for image recording and display. This viewfinder is completely compatible with the APS-C format and displays scenes using the entire finder screen.

Complementing the Tru-Finder, there's also a three-way tiltable 1229k-dot (VGA equivalent) XtraFine LCD with WhiteMagic™ technology to boost screen brightness in outdoor conditions.

Despite its uncompromising pro-class credentials, the α99 is the world's lightest1 35mm full-frame interchangeable-lens digital camera. A weight of just 733g (without lens and battery) is made possible by Translucent Mirror Technology, while high-rigidity magnesium alloy panels contribute to an extremely tough yet light design.

Weather-resistant seals protect against dust and moisture, while controls and buttons are ruggedized for years of unflinching operation on virtually any assignment. The camera's stamina and reliability is underlined by a redesigned shutter block that's tested to approximately 200,000 release cycles.

Ergonomics have been refined for a smooth, seamless workflow that doesn't interrupt your creative focus. Enhancements include a re-designed grip, while switches and button shapes are differentiated for intuitive fingertip operation without taking an eye off your composition. There's also a new exposure mode dial lock that prevents accidental rotation.

Further evolved from the acclaimed α700 and α900, the newly-developed Quick Navi Pro interface gives quick, intuitive one-handed access to shooting parameters.

The camera can also be operated via remote PC connection. Supported functions include switching between still/movie shooting, plus automatic transfer of still images from camera to PC for enhanced studio workflow.

Designed for professionals: new lens and accessories

The full-frame imaging capabilities of the α99 make an ideal complement for the new 300mm F2.8 G SSM II (SAL300F28G2) lens. Designed for demanding sports and wildlife applications, this bright super-telephoto offers a significantly uprated optical design and improved handling compared with its predecessor. The Sony-developed Nano AR Coating on optical surfaces assures flawless still images and HD video with reduced flare and ghosting, offering enhanced contrast with crisp black, while a new LSI drive circuit offers faster, more accurate autofocus with enhanced tracking AF. The dust- and moisture-resistant design makes the lens ideal for the toughest outdoor shooting assignments.

In addition, a new wide-aperture Carl Zeiss A-mount prime lens is now under development. Optimised for superb results with the camera's 35mm full frame image sensor, the Planar T* 50mm F1.4 ZA SSM will be available in Spring 2013.

Offered exclusively as an option for the α99, the brand-new VG-C99AM vertical grip can house and manage three batteries in total (including the camera's own on-board battery). Resistant to dust and moisture, the grip is ideal for lengthy shooting sessions in the studio or outdoors.

The range-leading HVL-F60M is a powerful flash (GN60, in metres at ISO 100) with built-in LED light that's ideal for creative applications with stills or movie shooting. Smart functions include wireless multi-flash ratio control and Sony's unique Quick Shift Bounce adjustment, while operation can be controlled quickly via the flash's intuitive Quick Navi system. Resistant to dust and moisture, the HVL-F60M comes supplied with a bounce adaptor for flash, and a colour conversion filter for use with LED lighting. Ideal for the α99 and other cameras featuring the new Multi Interface Shoe, the HVL-F60M can also be used with Auto-lock Accessory Shoe cameras via the supplied ADP-AMA Shoe Adaptor.

Compatible with 49mm and 55mm diameter lenses, the HVL-RL1 Ring Light offers highly effective LED illumination of small subjects that's ideal for macro shooting. Its high output level (approx. 700 lx/0.3m) is approximately four times brighter than the previous model. Brightness can be adjusted steplessly for precise control of creative lighting effects. Operation can also be switched between full-ring illumination for shadowless lighting and half-ring illumination to create shadow effects. The optional FA-MA1AM Macro Light Adaptor is required when using the Ring Light with SAL30M28 or SAL50F18 lenses. Compatible with the Multi Interface Shoe of the α99, the HVL-RL1 can also be used with cameras that have an Auto-lock Accessory Shoe via the supplied ADP-AMA Shoe Adaptor.

The new XLR-K1M XLR Adaptor Kit meets the demanding audio needs of professional movie production. It provides two pro-standard XLR terminals for connecting the α99 with professional microphones and mixing consoles. Operating flexibility is maximised by MIC/LINE input selection and separate adjustment of two channel levels. The adaptor kit comes supplied with the ECM-XM1 monaural shotgun microphone, but may also be used with a wide range of professional microphones. An optional bracket is required when using the XLR-K1M with the α99.

The RMT-DSLR2 Remote Commander allows wireless shutter release for still images and start/stop control of video shooting. As well as the α99, it's also compatible with other α A-mount and E-mount cameras that include a remote control receiver.

Styled to reduce carrying fatigue, the LCS-BP3 Backpack is designed to meet the stringent demands of professional photographers. Its generous capacity can hold the α99 camera body plus Vertical Grip and attached telephoto zoom lens, together with 3-4 spare lenses, accessories and a 15.5" laptop.

The ADP-MAA is a new shoe adaptor that allows Multi Interface Shoe2 cameras to be used with Auto-lock Accessory Shoe accessories. Conversely, the ADP-AMA she adaptor allows Auto-lock Accessory Shoe cameras to be used with Multi Interface Shoe accessories.

The PCK-LM14 Screen Protector Semi Hard Sheet safeguards the camera's LCD screen against dust, scratches. It's supplied with a separate protector sheet for the top display panel.

For further details of the full range of lenses and accessories for the α99, please visit http://www.sony.co.uk/hub/dslr/accessories

Sony's new SDXC UHS-I memory card, SF-64Ux (64GB) with ultra-high speed interface (UHS-I) compatibility, offers significantly higher transfer speeds up to 94MB/s (read) and 43MB/s (write). The SF-64UX is ideal for burst shooting with the α99, without missing the moment. It also enables rapid data rates when transferring content including large RAW images or video files to your PC.

The new cards have been subjected to rigorous Sony testing, in order to achieve high levels of reliability and data integrity. Additionally, the new cards are water-resistant, and are designed to perform under a wide range of operating temperatures. Users can also shoot with ease knowing their photos and videos are protected thanks to Sony's File Rescue Software* which can help recover photos and videos that may have been accidentally deleted.
(*This software is available for Sony memory media products customers through free download at http://www.sony.net/memorycard)

The new α99 full-frame Translucent Mirror camera from Sony is available in Europe from early November 2012.

1 Among interchangeable-lens digital cameras with a full-frame image sensor (as of 12th September 2012). According to Sony internal survey.

2 The α99 is equipped with Sony's newly-developed Multi Interface Shoe. This is capable of accommodating various accessories for photo and movie shooting such as flash and microphones, while drawing power from the camera. It's also compatible with Sony accessories that use the standard ISO 518 accessory shoe. The Multi Interface Shoe was developed as a common shoe for imaging products by Sony - such as digital still cameras, digital video cameras and interchangeable lens cameras - promoting compatibility among accessories and offering an enhanced shooting experience for users.

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Technical Specifications: SLT-A99

General

Camera type
Interchangeable lens digital camera

Lens compatibility
Sony A-mount lenses, operation with Minolta/Konica Minolta lenses confirmed

Image sensor

Type
35mm full frame (35.8 x 23.9mm), "Exmor" CMOS sensor

Number of pixels (effective)
Approx. 24.3 megapixels

Number of pixels (total)
Approx. 24.7 megapixels

Image sensor aspect ratio
3:2

Colour filter
R, G, B primary colour

Anti-Dust system
Charge protection coating on low-pass filter and image sensor shift mechanism

Recording system (still image)

Recording format
JPEG (DCF Ver. 2.0, Exif Ver. 2.3, MPF baseline compliant), RAW (Sony ARW 2.3 format), RAW & JPEG

Image size (pixels) [3:2]
35mm full frame L: 6000 x 4000 (24M), M: 3936 x 2624 (10M), S: 2640 x 1760 (4.6M)
APS-C L: 3936 x 2624 (10M), M: 2640 x 1760 (4.6M), S: 1728 x 1152 (2.0M)

Image size (pixels) [16:9]
35mm full frame L: 6000 x 3376 (20M), M: 3936 x 2216 (8.7M), S: 2640 x 1488 (3.9M)
APS-C L: 3936 x 2216 (8.7M), M: 2640 x 1488 (3.9M), S: 1728 x 976 (1.7M)

Image size (pixels) [Sweep Panorama]
Wide: horizontal 12,416 x 1,856 (23M), vertical 5,536 x 2,160 (12M), Standard: horizontal 8,192 x 1,856 (15M), vertical 3,872 x 2,160 (8.4M)

Image quality modes
RAW (14-bit), RAW & JPEG, JPEG Extra fine,
JPEG Fine, JPEG Standard

Picture Effect
11 types (15 variations): Posterisation (Colour), Posterisation (B/W), Pop Colour, Retro Photo, Partial Colour ®, Partial Colour (G), Partial Colour ( Partial Colour (Y), High Contrast Monochrome, Toy Camera, Soft High-key , Soft Focus, HDR Painting, Rich-tone Mono, Miniature

Creative Style
Standard, Vivid, Neutral, Clear, Deep, Light, Portrait, Landscape, Sunset, Night Scene, Autumn leaves, Black & White, Sepia
(Contrast (-3 to +3 steps), Saturation (-3 to +3 steps), Sharpness (-3 to +3 steps))

Dynamic Range functions
Off, Dynamic Range Optimiser (Auto/Level (1-5)), Auto High Dynamic Range (Auto Exposure Difference, Exposure Difference Level (1-6 EV, 1.0 EV step))

Colour space
sRGB, Adobe RGB

Recording system (movie)

Recording format
AVCHD Ver. 2.0 (Progressive), AVCHD, MP4

Video compression
AVCHD Ver. 2.0 compliant / MPEG-4 AVC (H.264)

Audio recording format
Dolby Digital (AC-3) / MPEG-4 AAC-LC, 2ch

Movie recording system (AVCHD)

1920 x 1080(60p, 28M, PS)
Approx.28Mbps (Max. bit-rate)

1920 x 1080(50p, 28M, PS)
Approx.28Mbps (Max. bit-rate)

1920 x 1080(60i, 24M, FX)
Approx.24Mbps (Max. bit-rate)

1920 x 1080(50i, 24M, FX)
Approx.24Mbps (Max. bit-rate)

1920 x 1080(60i, 17M, FH)
Approx.17Mbps (Average bit-rate)

1920 x 1080(50i, 17M, FH)
Approx.17Mbps (Average bit-rate)

1920 x 1080(24p, 24M, FX)
Approx.24Mbps (Max. bit-rate)

1920 x 1080(25p, 24M, FX)
Approx.24Mbps (Max. bit-rate)

1920 x 1080(24p, 17M, FH)
Approx.17Mbps (Average bit-rate)

1920 x 1080(25p, 17M, FH)
Approx.17Mbps (Average bit-rate)

Movie recording system (AVC MP4)

1440 x 1080(30fps)
Approx.12Mbps (Average bit-rate)

1440 x 1080(25fps)
Approx.12Mbps (Average bit-rate)

VGA (640 x 480, 30fps)
Approx.3Mbps (Average bit-rate)

VGA (640 x 480, 25fps)
Approx.3Mbps (Average bit-rate)

Movie function

Audio Level Display, Audio Rec Level, PAL/NTSC Selector, AF Tracking Duration, Auto Slow Shutter, HDMI Info. Display

Recording system

GPS
Yes

Media
Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo, SD, SDHC (UHS-I compliant),
SDXC (UHS-I compliant)

Noise reduction
Long exposure NR: On/Off selectable, available for shutter speeds longer than 1 sec.
High ISO NR: Normal/Low/Off selectable

Recording mode on 2 memory cards
Simult. Rec (Still), Simult. Rec (Movie), Simult. Rec (Still/Movie), Sort (JPEG/RAW), Sort (Still/Movie), Copy

Multi Frame NR
Auto/ISO 100 to 51200

White balance

Modes
Auto / Daylight / Shade / Cloudy / Incandescent / Fluorescent
<Warm White / Cool White / Day White / Daylight> / Flash / Colour Temperature <2500 to 9900K> & colour filter <G7 to M7, A7 to B7> / Custom <3>

AWB micro adjustment
Yes <G7 to M7 (15 steps), A7 to B7 (15 steps)>

Bracketing
3 frames, H/L selectable

Focus system

Type
TTL Phase-detection AF

Focus sensor
Detector 1: CCD line sensors
Detector 2: Focal Plane Phase Detection sensors

Focus point *1
Detector 1: 19 points (11 points cross type)
Detector 2: 102 assist points

Sensitivity range
Detector 1: -1 to 18 EV (at ISO 100 equivalent, with F2.8 lens attached)

Focus mode
DMF (Direct manual focus), Manual focus selectable

AF mode *1
Single-shot AF (AF-S), Automatic AF (AF-A), Continuous AF (AF-C), Depth Map Assist Continuous AF (AF-D) selectable

Focus area
Wide (auto,19 points) /Zone/Spot/Local selectable

Object Tracking
Yes

Other features
Predictive control (AF-A, AF-C, AF-D), Focus lock, AF ON, Eye-start AF

AF illuminator
built-in, LED type

AF illuminator range
Approx. 1-7m

AF Range Control
Yes

AF micro adjustment
Yes

Exposure control

Metering type
1200-zone evaluative metering

Metering sensor
Exmor CMOS sensor

Metering sensitivity
-2 to 17 EV (at ISO 100 equivalent with F1.4 lens)

Modes
Multi-segment, Centre-weighted, Spot

Exposure modes
AUTO (iAUTO, Superior Auto), Programmed AE (P),

Aperture priority (A), Shutter-speed priority (s), Manual (M), Scene Selection, Sweep Panorama, Tele-zoom, Continuous Advance Priority AE, Movie (Programmed AE (P), Aperture priority (A) / Shutter-speed priority (s) / Manual (M) selectable in manual focus mode)

Scene Selection
Portrait, Landscape, Macro, Sports action, Sunset, Night portrait, Night scene, Hand-held Twilight

Exposure compensation
+/-5.0 EV (1/3EV, 1/2EV steps selectable)

Bracketing
Bracket: Cont./Bracket: Single, With 1/3 EV, 1/2 EV, 2/3 EV, 2.0 EV, 3.0 EV increments, 3/5 frames (2.0 EV, 3.0 EV : only 3 frames) selectable

AE Lock
Available with AE lock button. AE is also locked when focus is locked in multi-segment metering mode.

ISO sensitivity (Recommended Exposure Index)
Still images: ISO 100-25600 equivalent (1/3 EV step), (ISO numbers up from ISO 50 can be set as expanded ISO range.), AUTO (ISO 100-6400, selectable lower and upper limit)
Movies: ISO 100-6400 equivalent (1/3 EV step) / AUTO (ISO 100-3200 equivalent)

Viewfinder

Type
1.3 cm (0.5 type) electronic viewfinder (colour)

Number of dots
2 359 296 dots

Brightness control
Auto/Manual (3 steps between -1 and +1)

Colour temperature control
Manual (5 steps)

Field coverage
100%

Magnification
approx. 0.71 x (with 50mm lens at infinity, -1m-1)

Diopter adjustment
-4.0 to +3.0m-1

Eye point
Approx. 27mm from the eyepiece lens, 22mm from the eyepiece frame at -1 diopter (CIPA standard)

Display Contents
Graphic Display / Display All Info. / No Disp. Info. / Digital Level Gauge / Histogram

LCD screen

Type
7.5 cm (3.0 type) TFT drive

Number of dots (total)
1,228,800

Brightness control
Auto, Manual (5 steps between -2 and +2),
Sunny Weather

Adjustable angle
Tilt angle: 140° upward / 180° downward
Rotation angle: 180° clockwise / 90° counterclockwise

Display Contents
Graphic Display / Display All Info. / No Disp. Info. / Digital Level Gauge / Histogram / Shooting information for viewfinder mode

Quick Navi
Yes (Quick Navi Pro)

Focus Check
Yes Focus Magnifier (35mm full frame: 5.9x, 11.7x APS-C: 3.8x, 7.7x)

Peaking MF
Yes (Level setting: High/Mid/Low/Off, Colour: White/Red/Yellow)

LCD panel

Top panel
Yes

Face detection

Modes
On/On (Regist. Faces)/Off

Face registration / Face selection
Yes

Max. number of detectable faces
8

Auto Portrait Framing

Still images
Yes

Other features

Help Guide Clock Function, Setting, Area Setting, Shop Front Mode, Eye-Fi ready *2

Clear Image Zoom

Still images

Approx. 2x

Digital zoom

Smart zoom (Still images)
M: approx. 1.5x, S: approx. 2.3x

Digital zoom (Still images / Movie)
Approx. 4x

Digital zoom (Movie)
Approx. 4x

Smart Teleconverter

Smart Teleconverter
Approx. 1.4 x / 2x

Shutter

Type
Electronically controlled, vertical-traverse, focal-plane

Shutter speed
Still images: 1/8000 to 30 sec, Bulb
Movies: 1/8000 to 1/4 (1/3 step), up to 1/60 in AUTO mode (up to 1/25 in Auto Slow Shutter mode)

Flash sync. speed
1/250 sec.

Electronic Front Shutter Curtain
Yes (ON/OFF)

SteadyShot INSIDE (image stabilisation)

Type
For still images: Image Sensor-Shift mechanism, For movies: Electronic

Compensation effect
Equivalent to approx. 2.5 to 4.5 steps in shutter speeds *Varies according to shooting conditions and lens used

Flash

Control
ADI, Pre-flash TTL

Flash compensation
+/- 3.0 EV (switchable between 1/3 and 1/2 EV steps)

Flash bracketing
0.3/0.5/0.7/2.0/3.0 EV steps, 3/5 frames (2.0/3.0 EV : only 3 frames) selectable

Flash modes
Flash off, Autoflash, Fill-flash, Rear Sync., Slow Sync., Red-eye reduction (on/off selectable), Hi-speed sync. *3 , Wireless *3

External flash
Sony α System Flash compatible with Multi Interface Shoe, attach the shoe adaptor for flash compatible with Auto-lock accessory shoe

Drive

Drive modes
Single Shooting, Continuous shooting (Hi/Lo selectable), Self-timer (10/2 sec delay selectable), Bracket: Cont., Bracket: Single, White Balance bracket, DRO bracket

Speed (approx., max.) *4

Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority AE: Maximum Approx. 10/8 fps selectable

Continuous shooting Hi:
35mm full frame: Maximum approx. 6 fps
APS-C: Maximum approx. 7 fps

Continuous shooting Lo:
35mm full frame: Maximum approx. 2.5 fps
APS-C: Maximum approx. 2.5 fps

No. of frames recordable* (approx.) *4 *5

when used with SD (UHS-I compliant) memory card
Continuous shooting Hi: Extra FINE 15, FINE 24, STD 29, RAW 15, RAW+JPEG 12
Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority AE (8 fps): Extra FINE 20, FINE 28, STD 31, RAW 19, RAW+JPEG 18
Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority AE (10 fps): Extra FINE 20, FINE 26, STD 28

when used with Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo
Continuous shooting Hi: Extra FINE 14, FINE 18, STD 20, RAW 13, RAW+JPEG 11
Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority AE (8 fps): Extra FINE 17, FINE 20, STD 24, RAW 17, RAW+JPEG 16
Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority AE (10 fps): Extra FINE 18, FINE 22, STD 24

Interface

PC interface
miniB, Hi-speed USB (USB2.0) (Mass-storage (Multi LUN), MTP, PC remote)

Sync. Terminal
Yes

HD output
HDMI mini connector (Type-C), BRAVIA Sync (link menu), PhotoTV HD

Multi Interface Shoe *6
Yes

Auto-lock Accessory Shoe
Yes (with supplied shoe adaptor)

Mic Terminal
Yes (3.5 mm Stereo minijack)

DC IN Terminal
Yes

Wired
Yes

Headphone Terminal
Yes (3.5 mm Stereo minijack)

Vertical Grip Connector
Yes

Compatible OS (USB connection)
Windows XP *7 SP3, Windows Vista *8 SP2, Windows 7 SP1, Mac OS X (v10.3-v10.8)

Audio

Microphone
Built-in stereo mic or ECM-ALST1 (with supplied shoe adaptor) / ECM-CG50 / XLR-K1M (sold separately)

Speaker
Built-in, monaural, Volume settings in 8 steps

Print

Compatible standards
Exif Print, Print Image Matching III, DPOF setting

Lens compensation

Lens compensation
Peripheral Shading, Chromatic Aberration, Distortion

Power

Battery
Rechargeable battery pack NP-FM500H

Still images
Approx. 410 shots (Viewfinder) / approx. 500 shots (LCD monitor) (CIPA measurement)

Movies *9
Approx. 155 min with viewfinder, approx. 155 min with LCD monitor *9

External power
AC Adaptor AC-PW10AM (sold separately)

Weight

With battery and Memory Stick PRO Duo included
Approx. 812 g

Body only
Approx. 733 g

Dimensions

mm (WxHxD) excluding protrusions
Approx. 147 x 111.2 x 78.4 mm

Footnotes:

*1 When using 102 points assist AF or AF-D, limited lenses will be compatible initially. Expansion is planned by body firmware update.

*2 Eye-Fi cards can be used only in the countries where they are purchased. Use Eye-Fi cards in accordance with the law of the countries where the cards were purchased.

*3 With compatible external flash

*4 Varies according to shooting conditions or memory card used

*5 Continuous drive (Hi) in Drive mode

*6 Sony accessories for the Accessory Shoe can be attached.

*7 64-bit and Starter Editions are not supported.

*8 Starter Edition is not supported.

*9 An AVCHD format movie recordable for up to 29 minutes, and an MP4 format movie for up to 29 minutes or 2 GB.

For more information please contact
Silke Schild
e: <silke.schild@eu.sony.com>

Offering an integrated entertainment experience through its electronics, mobile, music, pictures, game and the Sony Entertainment Network, Sony is uniquely positioned to be one of the world's leading consumer brands. Sony is renowned for its audio-visual products in both the consumer and professional markets, such as the BRAVIA™ LCD high-definition (HD) television, Cyber-shot™ digital camera, Handycam® camcorder, "α" (pronounced Alpha) digital SLR camera, Xperia™ Tablet and Walkman® MP3 player as well as its VAIO™ personal computers and 3D HD professional broadcast equipment.

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"Sony", "WALKMAN", "VAIO", "Cyber-shot", "Handycam", "α", "BRAVIA" and "Xperia" are registered trademarks or trademarks of Sony Corporation. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.[/quote]

https://news.sel.sony.com/en/press_room/...903974347755529
ZITATSony Introduces New Full-Frame α99 Camera with Translucent Mirror Technology and Dual AF System

Flagship α A-mount camera delivers new levels of image quality, focus capabilities and video performance

SAN DIEGO, Sept 12, 2012 - Sony's long awaited α99 digital camera sets a new performance standard for professional-class DSLRs, combining all of the benefits of full-frame imaging with the responsiveness and speed of Translucent Mirror Technology.

The successor to Sony's flagship α900 DSLR, the α99 camera features a brand new 24.3 MP full-frame image sensor, a unique dual phase-detect AF system and a host of other innovative technologies that work together to deliver the best image and full HD video quality in the history of Sony's acclaimed line of α cameras.

"The new α99 camera is the ultimate combination of Sony's expertise and rich history of image sensor production coupled with our truly innovative approach to camera design" said Mike Kahn, director of the alpha interchangeable lens camera division at Sony. "It redefines what can be accomplished with a full frame DSLR camera."

New Levels of Imaging Performance and Response

The flagship α99 model combines its new 24.3 effective megapixel Exmor® CMOS sensor with a highly advanced BIONZ image processing engine, delivering unprecedented levels of performance in both still and video shooting.

The full frame sensor is enhanced by a newly-developed separate multi-segment optional low-pass filter, increasing its resolving power. Assisted by an all-new front-end LSI, the BIONZ engine can process massive amounts of image signal data from the sensor at very high speeds. Together with a powerful new area-specific noise reduction (NR) algorithm, it allows to the camera to achieve 14-bit RAW output, rich gradation and low noise.

The evolved BIONZ processor also gives the α99 model a maximum sensitivity range (in expanded sensitivity mode) as wide as ISO50 - 25600 - a range of nine stops. Its unprecedented processing power enables the camera to shoot a burst of images at up to six frames per second at full resolution or up to 10 fps in Tele-zoom high speed shooting mode.

The new α99 digital camera features a unique dual AF system, a world's first for digital cameras. This camera's main focusing system - a 19-point AF system with 11 cross sensors - is complemented by a 102-point focal plane phase-detection AF sensor overlaying the main image sensor. Harnessing the power of Translucent Mirror Technology, light is passed to both phase-detection AF sensors simultaneously and continually, measuring subject distance and position more completely than other cameras. This unique Dual AF System permits ultra-fast, accurate autofocusing that maintains tracking focus even if a subject temporarily leaves the frame.

The AF-D (depth) continuous autofocus mode* utilizes the Dual AF system for wider and more dense coverage of the frame, significantly improving AF performance with fast or erratically moving subjects against complex backgrounds. Additionally, during movie shooting, AF Duration control provides reliable depth focusing information and ensures that the camera maintains proper focus on its subject when objects or people cross the focal plane.

A new AF range control allows photographers to manually select foreground and background distance to which the AF system will not respond, especially useful for shooting fast moving sports or animals through a nearby wire mesh or in front of a complex background that commonly distracts camera AF systems.

Crafted for Videographers and Movie-makers

The new α99 camera's video capabilities build on Sony's expertise in developing professional motion picture cameras, combining the unmatched resolving power and sensitivity of the full-frame sensor with several advanced features optimized for professional video production.

The flagship α99 model is the first full-frame DSLR to offer Full HD 60p/24p progressive video recording to meet AVCHD™ Version 2.0 specifications and Full-time Continuous AF Movie mode, allowing smooth, non-stop tracking of moving subjects. Other enhancements include real-time Full HD video output via HDMI®, and uninterrupted ‘dual-card' recording using both of the camera's media slots.

For added convenience while shooting video, a new silent, programmable multi-control dial on the front of the camera body allows silent adjustment of common settings during shooting including exposure compensation, ISO sensitivity, shutter speed, aperture and much more.

The camera's audio features are designed to meet the demanding needs of serious videographers. An audio level display and adjustable audio record levels are joined by a headphone jack for accurate in-the-field monitoring. Additionally, the multi-interface shoe provides balance audio input for the optional XLR-K1M adaptor kit, which adds a high-quality mono shotgun microphone and pro-standard XLR connections for dependable audio acquisition.

Uncompromised Handing for Advanced Photographers

The camera's XGA OLED Tru-Finder™ viewfinder offers 100% frame coverage on the viewfinder screen with exceptional brightness, contrast, clarity and resolution, ensuring a detail-packed view of the desired scene and subject. The unique electronic viewfinder will also maintain a 100% field of view with DT lenses that are optimized for APS-C sensor cameras, converting the angle of view automatically for image recording and display.

Complementing the Tru-Finder EVF is a three-way tiltable 1229k-dot (VGA equivalent) XtraFine LCD™ display with WhiteMagic™ technology to boost overall screen brightness. It's especially useful for framing and shooting with the LCD in outdoor, sunny conditions.

Despite its impressive pro-class credentials, the α99 camera is the world's lightest 35 mm full-frame interchangeable-lens digital camera. Constructed of high-rigidity magnesium alloy panels, it weighs in at just 733g (without lens and battery). Translucent Mirror Technology, which eliminates the need for a full-frame moving mirror mechanism and heavy glass pentaprism, also contributes to the extremely light design.

Additionally, the camera is weather-sealed and all buttons and controls have been ruggedized. A redesigned shutter block, tested to approximately 200,000 releases, further ensures the camera's stamina and reliability.

The camera's enhanced ergonomics include a re-designed grip and differentiated designs of several switches and buttons that allow for intuitive fingertip operation. A new exposure mode dial lock prevents accidental rotation, and a newly-developed Quick Navi Pro interface gives quick, intuitive one-handed access to common shooting parameters and controls.

The new model can also be operated via remote PC connection. Supported functions include switching between still and video shooting plus automatic transfer of still images from camera to PC for an improved studio workflow.

Designed for Professionals: New α Lens and Accessories

The full-frame imaging capabilities of the α99 camera make it an ideal partner for the new 300mm F2.8 G SSM II (SAL300F28G2) lens. Designed for demanding sports and wildlife applications, this bright super-telephoto offers a significantly improved optical design and handling compared with its predecessor. The Sony-developed Nano AR Coating assures flawless still images and HD video with reduced flare and ghosting, offering enhanced contrast. Further, a new LSI drive circuit offers faster, more accurate autofocus with enhanced subject tracking. The new lens is also dust- and moisture-resistant, making it an ideal candidate for the toughest outdoor shooting assignments.

Additionally, a new wide-aperture Carl Zeiss® A-mount prime lens is now under development. Optimized for superb results with the camera's new 35mm full frame image sensor, the Planar T* 50mm F1.4 ZA SSM will be available next spring.

Offered exclusively for the α99 camera, the brand-new VG-C99AM vertical grip can house and manage three batteries in total (including the camera's own on-board battery). Resistant to dust and moisture, the grip is ideal for lengthy shooting sessions in the studio or outdoors.

The brand new, range-leading HVL-F60M is a powerful flash (GN60, in meters at ISO 100) with built-in LED light that's ideal for creative applications with still image or movie shooting. Smart functions include wireless multi-flash ratio control and Sony's unique Quick Shift Bounce adjustment, while operation can be controlled quickly via the flash's intuitive Quick Navi system. Also resistant to dust and moisture, the HVL-F60M flash comes supplied with a bounce adaptor for flash and a color conversion filter for use with LED lighting.

Compatible with 49mm and 55mm diameter lenses, the new HVL-RL1 Ring Light offers highly effective LED illumination of small subjects and is ideal for macro shooting**. Its high output level (approx. 700 lx/0.3m) is approximately four times brighter than the previous model, and operation can be switched between full-ring illumination and half-ring illumination.

The new XLR-K1M XLR Adaptor Kit is designed to meet the most demanding audio needs. It provides two pro-standard XLR terminals for connecting the α99 camera with professional microphones and mixing consoles and offers MIC/LINE input selection and separate adjustment of two channel levels to maximize operating flexibility. The adaptor kit comes supplied with Sony professional ECM-XM1 monaural shotgun microphone, but may also be used with a wide range of professional microphones. An optional bracket is required when using the XLR-K1M kit with the α99 model.

The RMT-DSLR2 Remote Commander allows wireless shutter release for still images and start/stop control of video shooting. It's compatible with the new α99 models as well as other α A-mount and E-mount cameras that include a remote control receiver.

Styled to reduce carrying fatigue, the new LCS-BP3 Backpack can hold the α99 camera body, an attached telephoto zoom lens plus the VG-A99AM vertical grip as well as three to four spare lenses, accessories and a laptop up to 15.5".

The ADP-MAA is a new shoe adaptor that allows Multi Interface Shoe cameras to be used with Auto-lock Accessory Shoe accessories. This adaptor will be supplied with the new HVL-60M flash and HVL-RL1 ring light mentioned above. Conversely, the ADP-AMA shoe adaptor allows Auto-lock Accessory Shoe cameras to be used with Multi Interface Shoe accessories.

Lastly, the PCK-LM14 Screen Protector Semi Hard Sheet safeguards the camera's LCD screen against dust, scratches and fingerprints, and is supplied with a separate protector sheet for the top display panel.

Sony's new SDXC memory UHS-1 memory card, SF-64UX (64 GB) is ideal for burst shooting with the α99. It's ultra-high speed interface (UHS-1) compatibility offers high transfer speeds up to 94 MB/s (read) and rapid data rates when transferring large RAW files of video files to PC. The new cards are water-resistant and designed to perform under a wide range of operating temperatures. For additional data integrity, Sony's File Rescue Software can help recover photos and videos that may have been accidentally deleted.

Pricing and Availability

The α99 full-frame digital system camera will be available this October as body-only for about $2800.

The SAL300GF28G2 lens will be available this November for about $7500.

The VCG-C99AM vertical grip, HVL-F60M flash and HVL-RL1 ring light will be available this October for about $380, $550 and $350, respectively. The XLR -K1M XLR adaptor kit and RMT-DSLR2 remote commander will also be available in October for about $800 and $30, respectively.

The LCS-BP3 backpack and PCK-LM14 screen protector will be available in October as well for about $160 and $17, respectively.

The new camera, lenses and all compatible accessories will be sold at Sony retail stores (http://www.store.sony.com) and other authorized dealers nationwide.

Please visit blog.sony.com/a99 for a full video preview of the α99 camera follow #SonyAlpha on twitter for the latest α camera news.

Editor's Notes:
* From launch, new AF-D mode is supported by the SAL2470Z, SAL2875, SAL50F14, SAL300F28G2, SAL70400G and SAL500F4G lenses. More lenses will be supported via future firmware updates.
** The optional FA-MA1AM Macro Light Adaptor is required when using the HVL-RL1 Ring Light with SAL30M28 or SAL50M28 lenses.[/quote]
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