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Sony Alpha SLT-A99 II

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    Test: Sony A99 mark II – teknikfylld prestanda

    Conclusion Sony A99-II är en imponerande kamera. För den som älskar en tekniskt inriktad kamera med många möjligheter till avancerade inställningar, oanade mängder finjusteringar och möjlighet till ett riktigt bra bildresultat är A99-II en het kandidat. Kameran är en allätare, vilket gör att den passar till det mesta. Snabbheten gör att man kan fånga action utan problem, liksom möjligheten att spåra objekt med följande autofokus, och därför konkurrerar den också med dagens bästa och snabbaste proffskameror. Sony har med A99-II uppdaterat sitt forna flaggskepp som var riktigt grymt när det kom, till en ny modell som känns fräsch och utvecklad med flera funktioner, egentligen mycket fler än vad jag hunnit gå igenom i detta test. Det är svårt att inte imponeras av vad A99-II är kapabel till, även om den ibland känns något tekniktung i sina inställningar – på gott och ont. 

    4 år sedan
  • Sony Alpha A99 II review


    • Well-rounded feature set
    • Superb overall image quality
    • Fast focusing system
    • Seamless LCD/EVF use
    • Highly flexible LCD screen


    • Relatively short battery life
    • Can be sluggish at times
    • No touchscreen
    • No in-camera raw processing

    Given the four-year gap between the Sony A99 II and its predecessor, it’s no surprise to see the A99 II as a significantly stronger camera. While many core features have, in some way, been upgraded – a higher-resolution sensor, more capable autofocus system, better video specs and upgraded viewfinder to name just a handful – it’s welcome to find Sony paying attention to smaller details, such as the Silent Multi Control dial.Thanks to the new imaging pipeline, image quality is strong. Having a high-resolution sensor that’s capable of low noise and wide dynamic range at the camera’s heart is the A99 II’s greatest asset, while video quality is also very good, and helped with a range of supporting features. And yet, at the same time the camera maintains much of what we loved about the A99, with excellent handing and the benefits of the SLT system presenting very real advantages over more traditional DSLRs.Naturally, there's scope for improvement. The AF system is strong but not quite flawless, while the slight sluggishness here and there also lets the camera down. The camera certainly delivers a lot for its asking price, but the fact that it lacks a touchscreen and in-camera raw processing is a pity.Overall, though, Sony has very much got things right with the A99 II. The company’s A7 line, together with Pentax’s entry into the full-frame market and the arrival of a couple of medium format options, may mean this camera enters a very different market from the one the A99 was launched into, but with a unique blend of features and commendable performance, it can still very much hold its own.CompetitionCanon EOS 5D Mark IVPerhaps the closest competitor to the Sony A99 II in terms of specs and intentions, the EOS 5D Mark IV has a slightly lower pixel count of 30.4MP, and its 7fps burst rate isn’t quite as impressive as the Alpha A99 II’s 12fps, while its 4K video mode requires a crop to the centre of the frame. It also has a fixed LCD screen, although its battery life is roughly double that of the A99 II’s, while the touchscreen makes subject selection and focus pulling easier. There's also a GPS system on board, something lacking in the A99 II (though possible through connection to a smart device).Read the full review: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

    4 år sedan
  • Sony A99 II

    Design: 9/10
    Features: 9/10
    Ease-of-use: 9/10
    Image quality: 8/10
    Value for money: 8/10

    4 år sedan