Experience the World’s First Full-Frame Global Shutter Sensor in the Sony Alpha 9 Mark III

Sony’s Alpha 9 III camera with the world’s first full-frame global shutter image sensor was just unveiled by Sony Electronics, and it’s a game-changer for those who need to photograph fast-moving subjects. Sports photographers will no longer have to deal with distorted images, while videographers will no longer have to worry about the annoying “jello” effect when panning. This is a huge win for everyone!

While this isn’t technically the world’s first full-frame global shutter image sensor, it is indeed the first to be available in a camera. Canon had previously announced its LI5030SA 35mm full-size 19-megapixel sensor with a global shutter, but it has yet to be integrated into a purchasable camera. Sony’s sensor is a significant quality improvement, with a pixel pitch of 6.4μm and the ability to capture up to 57.99fps in 12-bit, or 60fps in 5688 x 3240.

The truly groundbreaking feature of the Alpha 9 III is its global shutter image sensor, which allows for burst speeds of up to 120 frames per second with no rolling shutter distortion or camera blackout. This innovation will provide distortion-free image expression for videos and still images. The Alpha 9 III also boasts an advanced AF system that makes up to 120 focus calculations per second and the ability to sync flash at all shooting speeds.

In addition, the camera is capable of recording high-quality video with features such as 4K 120p high frame rate video without cropping and various picture profiles for added creative control. With its superb performance and unmatched capabilities, the Alpha 9 III has set a new standard for professional-grade cameras.


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