At Photokina this week, Sony unveiled their latest flagship camera.

It has been named the A99 II and is Sony’s new interchangeable lens camera, featuring a DSLR-like design with a full-frame 42.4-megapixel sensor.

The new camera also features a hybrid phase detection system with 79 dedicated cross points and 399 supplemental points, it also features a 5-axis image stabilisation system with 4K video recording.


The image sensor also has an expanded ISO range of 50-102,400, which comes alongside a better autofocus system that Sony says will work better in dim light.

To top that off, it will also come with support for Sony’s A-system line of lenses, allowing for 4.5 stops of correction.


The A99 II will be available in November in the US for $3,200.

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