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Sony a99II 42.4MP Digital SLR Camera with 3" LCD, Black (ILCA99M2)

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4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
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  • Up to 12fps at 42.4MP continuous shooting with AE/AF tracking, World’s first 79 hybrid AF cross-point array for unmatched AF tracking
  • 42.4MP full-frame sensor w/ no low-pass filter up to ISO 102,4004, 4K movie recording w/full pixel readout in full-frame or super 35, 5-axis in-body image stabilization optimized for full-frame sensor
  • High bitrate XAVC S5 , S-log, slow/quick frame rates6, 4:2:2 HDMI out, 4D Focus hybrid phase AF w/ 79-point sensor plus 399-point on imager
  • Wi-Fi/NFC code for easy file transfer and remote control, Dust/moisture resistant magnesium alloy body w/ 300k+ cycle shutter, , Ultra-fast OLED w/EVF benefits and optical viewfinder immediacy
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This item Sony a99II 42.4MP Digital SLR Camera with 3" LCD, Black (ILCA99M2)
Customer Rating 4 out of 5 stars (11) 4 out of 5 stars (128) 3 out of 5 stars (54) 4 out of 5 stars (13)
Price $3,198.00 $998.00 $4,383.39 $598.00
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Color Black Black Black Black
Continuous Shooting 12 14 8 frames_per_second
Screen Size 3 in 0.5 in 3.2 in 2.7 in
Focus Type Includes Manual Focus Automatic with Manual manual-and-auto
Image stabilization Optical Sensor-shift None Optical
ISO Range 100-25600 Auto (ISO 100-51200), Manual (ISO 100-25600) 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800, 25600, 51200 (50, 102400 and 204800 with boost) 100-25600
Item Dimensions 4.13 x 5.63 x 3 in 3.19 x 5.63 x 4.09 in 3.27 x 6.22 x 6.46 in 6.77 x 7.64 x 6.22 in
Item Weight 1.7 lbs 1.43 lbs 2.95 lbs
Megapixels 42.4 megapixels 24.3 megapixels 18.1 24.2 megapixels
Optical Sensor Resolution 0 megapixels 24.3 megapixels 18.1 megapixels 24.2 megapixels
Optical Zoom 1x 1x 1x 1x
Photo Sensor Size Full Frame APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm) Full frame (36 x 24 mm) aps-c
Style Name Base Base Base
Video Resolution other 1080p_hd 1080p_hd 1080p
Viewfinder electronic viewfinder LCD Optical (pentaprism) electronic viewfinder
Wireless Technology Wi-Finfc Yes Yes
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Unprecedented resolution and unmatched speed. Capture 42.4MP at up to 12fps continuous shooting with AE/AF tracking and stunning 4K video. Stay focused with the world’s first 79 hybrid AF cross-point array for unmatched AF tracking and 4D Focus hybrid phase AF system that combines dedicated 79-point AF sensor and wide 399-point focal plane phase detection on the cameras imaging sensor.


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By D. F. Watt on December 6, 2016
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This review might best start with some brief history. Unless you’re inside the Sony A Mount community, it’s hard to appreciate the struggles the community has had with the questions swirling about the future of the Alpha Mount. Alpha Mount (or ‘A-mount’ for short) is the mount system, lens and camera technology that Sony bought from Konica Minolta just 10 short years ago. Members of the A Mount community have been barraged by increasing rumination on the ‘blogosphere’ about the death of Alpha Mount for most of the past two years, and by intermittent trolling to the effect that Sony was going to walk away from A Mount for much of the entire 10 year period. Sony has done little to squelch this other than to say that they were committed to the future of the Alpha Mount, while at the same time, largely failing to advertise a single A mount camera, including even the well-regarded APS-C flagship model released just over two years ago, the Sony A77ii (which I previously reviewed on Amazon). Indeed Sony’s digital camera advertising for interchangeable lens cameras over the last 3 years has been virtually all E-mount, and almost never A-mount, which was simultaneously slowly disappearing out of most retail space. To add to the drama, Sony rebranded both NEX APS-C mirrorless as well as all full frame E-Mount cameras (the successful A7x series) as “Alpha.” This meant that the “Alpha” designation transitioned from referring simply to Sony-Minolta’s A Mount to including both A mount and E mount (two quite different mount systems). Confused yet? If so, join the club. All of this only served to amplify the cycling of rumors and rumination that Alpha Mount was indeed dead.Read more ›
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As a Sony Alpha shooter for the past 9 years, this was one of my most eagerly awaited purchases. I started with an a200, then a77, and upgraded to the a99 three years ago, but was ready for my next camera. I photograph 15 weddings and 60-80 families each year, and really wanted to stick with the DSLT Alpha line, even though (as others have commented) Sony seems to be focusing on their mirrorless lineup. I have an a6000 as my travel camera, and rented the a7s2, and was nervous for the smaller feel of the mirrorless cameras. Spring 2016 I told myself that if Sony hadn’t announced the a99 successor by the end of 2016, I’d start the move to mirrorless.
After months of rumors online, Sony announced the a99ii and the specs were amazing. I finally got my new camera in my hands yesterday and it has lived up to my high expectations. I took a photo last night of our Christmas tree, handheld at 1/25 second without motion blur, thanks to the 5 axis IBIS. (photo shared straight out of camera)
The body is a tad smaller than my a99 mark 1, closer to the a77 (crop sensor) body. It uses the same aftermarket grip as the a77, and it worked with my Neewer® Professional Replacement Camera Battery Grip Pack for VG-C77AM Works with NP-FM500H Batteries for Sony Alpha SLT A77 A77V and A77 II. It also appears to work with cheap knockoff batteries (my a99 mark 1 would give me error messages when I tried to use them) but I wouldn’t expect them to perform the same as Sony batteries. The autofocus has been spot on so far, and I’m eager to spend more time shooting with the 399 focal points.
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I've been a Sony Alpha shooter for 10 years, starting with the A350 and working my way up to the A77ii. Recently. I went to the Cleveland Air Show and a local camera store, Pixel Connection based in Avon OH, had a front-row stand and a bunch of cameras and lenses you could try out and shoot for free. I picked the A7rii and it blew me away. The images were so much sharper than I was getting with my A77ii. But, there were a couple of problems. The A7rii got focus confused at crucial times and the camera was so small, it eventually hurt my palm. I didn't have control over the settings, so maybe I could have fixed the focus issue. A grip would fix the size issue. I got down on my knees and prayed that Sony would put the A7Rii sensor and 5-axis image stabilisation into an A-mount body.

My prayers were answered. Sony announced the A99ii and I placed a pre-order with Pixel Connection the same day. I mostly buy from Amazon, but they didn't give me carte blanche to shoot an air show for to hours using the latest and greatest technology, so Pixel Connection got my business.

The A99ii is slightly taller than the A77ii but otherwise very similar in feel. It would be easy to mistake the one for the other. Compared to the full-frame Nikon and Canon offerings, it is quite compact.

As a long-time Sony APS-C shooter, I had bought some APS-C lens, such as the Tamron 16-300mm and Sigma 18-35mm. These lens work better on the A99ii than on the A77ii. The cropped image is 18mp compared to 24mp on the A77ii but it is delivered with superior stabilisation and far better low-light capability.

Sony A-mount shooters have access to a huge range of vintage Minolta A-mount lenses from the film era. These are very good full-frame lenses selling for peanuts. Mount them on an A99ii and you will be surprised at the image quality.

If you own a Sony/Minolta A-mount camera, then this beast is Nirvana.
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