Having come from the World of Minolta, this is probably the best camera I had in my life until now. I use it together with my XK Motor almost every day. The camera's response is excellent. and the body was shrunk in respect to the original A99. A flaw, if you can call it so, is the lack of support for the UHS-II card standard....that I believe, is unforgivable at this point. AF in general focus well...in fact much faster than I myself can track things..so I must admit I've never set the ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Sony Alpha a99 II
Pure awesomeness. At the time of this writing everybidy is raving about the a9, so I had the chance to compare both at an event. My experience with the a9 isn't very positive regarding AF acquisition compared to the a99II. I compared the new "fantastic" a9 to the a99II with their native 70-200 f/2.8 lenses. The a9 hunted and hunted and hunted. It never found focus. The a99II nailed focus immediately. It was on the same subject and on the same place on the subject I placed the focus point. The ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
After a little over a month with it, I think this is the best overall camera on the market. It might not be the best landscape camera. That honor probably goes to the Sony A7Rii or the Canon 5DSR. But it's close. It might not be the best sports camera. That honor probably goes to the Nikon 5D or the Nikon D500 (for field sports that benefit from extra reach). But it's close. It might not be the best wildlife camera. See above. It might not be the best portrait camera. That honor probably goes ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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