Sony has announced the Alpha 1 mirrorless camera, a camera that blends all of Sony’s top technologies into one body, creating a 50-megapixel camera that allows up to 30 seconds per second, blackout-free, as well as 8K video Can capture.
Sony Alpha 1 is a combination / condensation of Sony’s most advanced technologies in one body. It features a new 50.1-megapixel full-frame Exmor RS CMOS image sensor in combination with eight times more processing power with the advanced BIONZ XR imaging processing engine than the BIONZ X processor.
It can shoot up to 30 frames per second – the fastest shooting speed – blackout-free while combined with Sony’s autofocus technology that enables up to 120 autofocus counts per second, twice the speed of the a9 II .
That 50.1-megapixel sensor is capable of 15-stops of dynamic range and does not sacrifice the previously expected ISO performance.
Even with this sensor’s high pixel count, Alpha 1 offers high sensitivity with low noise, plus 15+ stops of dynamic range for video and 15 stops for smooth, natural gradient for shadows thanks to its state-of-the-art processing system. Thanks for the highlights. , Across a wide ISO sensitivity range of 100–32,000 (expandable to 50–102,400 when shooting stills).
Additionally, the Alpha 1 has a large-resolution OLED viewfinder: 0.64-type 9.44 million-dot (approx.). OLED Quad-XGA electronic viewfinder with the world’s first refresh rate of 240 fps.
It also has a silent, vibration-free electronic shutter that features the world’s first anti-flicker shooting with both mechanical and electronic shutters. Additionally, the Alpha 1 is capable of an electronic shutter flash with a mechanical shutter of up to 1/200 second and 1/400 second (this extends to 1/500 when shooting in APS-C crop mode) thanks to the company for its Calling the “dual-powered shutter”.
The Alpha 1 has 759 AF points with 92% coverage of the sensor, which is higher than the A9 series. IT also adds real-time i-AF for bird photography, and overall real-time tracking has been improved for more reliable tracking and can be switched off as f / 22.
Sony also mentioned that the Alpha 1 is a “professional film camera” because it is capable of 30 frames per second for 8K video, the first in the Alpha line. This is 8K video, down 8K from overspeeding 8.6K (oversampling and condensing is a hallmark of Sony video features). Additionally, it can shoot up to 4Kp120 in 10 bit 4: 2: 2: all-eye compression. Supermodel, over-quality 4K is also available in Super 35 mode.
The Alpha 1 also supports the S-Cinetone, which is on the cinema line, which saves cinema colors, as well as the 10-bit S-Log3 which saves 15+ stops of dynamic range. The camera, of course, supports HLG.
As expected, a2 also supports 5-axis optical in-body image stabilization for 5.5 stops of stabilization, and a heat-dispensing structure for extended recording: 30 minutes in 4Kp60 or 8K. It can also export 16-bit raw video via HDMI.
The Alpha 1 has two media slots that support UHS-I and UHS-II SDXC / SDHC cards, as well as higher overall capacity and faster read / write speeds for the new CFexpress Type A cards. It also features a durable magnesium alloy chassis, long battery life with a Z-battery that is optional VG-C4 EM vertical grip (sold separately), an improved dust removal feature, shutter on power-off for image protection Can be extended using the close function. Sensors, dust and moisture resistance that maximize reliability in challenging environments. It includes a durable, reliable HDMI Type-A connector, and USB PD (power delivery) support, allowing high power to be supplied from an external source so that users can record for extended periods with minimal internal battery usage.
Sony Alpha will be available on March 1, 2021 for $ 6,500.