Sony α99 II
|Type||Digital single-lens translucent camera|
|Lens mount||Sony A-mount|
|Image sensor type||BSI-CMOS|
|Image sensor size||35.8 mm × 23.9 mm (full frame)|
|Maximum resolution||7952 x 5304 (42.4 megapixels)|
8 fps (live view)
|Shutter speeds||1/8000 – 30 s|
|Viewfinder||0.5″ 2.36M-dot OLED Tru-finder|
|Image processor||Bionz X|
|Rear LCD monitor||3.0" WhiteMagic TFT LCD, 1,228,800 dots|
|Battery||NP-FM500H lithium-ion battery|
|Body composition or special features||5-axis in-body image stabilization for stills and video|
|Dimensions||143 x 104 x 76 mm (5.63 x 4.09 x 2.99″)|
|Weight||849 g (including batteries)|
|List price||US$3199 MSRP (Sep 2016)|
The Sony α99 II is the flagship Sony DSLR and continues the Sony α SLT line of Sony A-mount camera bodies. It was first announced by Sony on September 19, 2016 at photokina 2016 and replaced the original Sony α99. Its single-lens translucent design allows for faster focusing and shooting than other DSLRs. Consequently, at 12 FPS, it can shoot roughly twice as fast in continuous burst mode as competing models as of 2016. The α99 II also features best-in-class low-light autofocus.
Initial demand for the camera exceeded the supply in Japan and major American retailers also quickly sold out of allocated amounts and had backordered supplies as of December 2016.
- Vieten, Martin (2016-09-19). "Sony präsentiert Alpha 99 II" (in German). Retrieved 2016-09-20.
- "Sony Alpha α99 review". November 22, 2012.
- Compare to the Canon 5D Mark IV (5 fps), the Nikon D810 (7 fps), or Sony's mirrorless Sony α7R II (5 fps).
- "The Sony a99 ll will be available on time – but in very short supply". October 26, 2016.