Sony ILCE-9M2 (ILCE/9M2, ILCE_9M2, ILCE9M2, ILCE9M2/B, ILCE-9M2.CEC a9 Mark II) Alpha 9 II Full-Frame Camera With Pro Capability
The new Alpha 9 II builds on the impressive legacy of the original Alpha 9, maintaining groundbreaking speed performance, including blackout-free continuous shooting of up to 20 frames per second with Auto Focus and Auto Exposure tracking, 60 times per second AF calculations / AE by incorporating even more features driven directly by the voice of professionals. Updates include significantly improved connectivity and file delivery, continuous shooting up to 10fps with mechanical shutter, advanced AF performance with newly optimized algorithms, a redesigned structure to improve durability and operability, and more.
Alpha 9 II includes a built-in 1000BASE-T Ethernet terminal, which enables Gigabit communication for stable, high-speed data transfer operations. In addition, file transfer via SSL or TLS encryption (FTPS) is supported for increased data security and PC remote shooting (tether) performance is improved, with reduced release delay and live view screen delay reduced when using the "Remote Camera Tool" desktop application. The speed of the camera's built-in wireless LAN functionality has also been increased by adding a stable and fast 5 GHz band (IEEE 802.11ac), in addition to the 2.4 GHz provided in Alpha 9. The IEEE 802.11a / b / g / n / ac standards are all supported.
Designed to improve the speed of news agency workflow, the Alpha 9 II features a new Voice Memo feature that allows you to attach voice information to images in the form of voice memos that can be played back when the images are reviewed. Voice data can also be included with images sent to an editor, providing them with the important information they need for effective editing. Alternatively, a field photographer can also use the "Imaging Edge" application of the "Transfer & Tagging" add-on to transfer voice tags with images to their mobile device and have voice memos automatically converted to text and added to images JPEG in the form of IPTC metadata. All this can be done automatically or manually,
By combining wireless voice / image transfer and automatic voice-to-text conversion with the ability to automatically transfer images with FTP-linked voice memos, you can shoot and transfer the results to an FTP server without ever having to use a smartphone. FTP settings within the app can also be sent to a camera via Bluetooth, allowing for a faster workflow.
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