Sony is focusing on its amazing A9 full-frame flagship camera. It will enable professional photographers to forget their DSLRs. It has been considered high prediction, but the new mirror-less shooter of the company might fulfill entire requirements regarding the specs. The major focus of A9 is about to speed not about resolution and it surely makes sense because Sony has focused people who love sports photography. The new A9 will give you a 24.2 megapixel 35mm sensor, 1/32,000 shutter speed, 20 frames/ sec continuous shooting and an outlandish 693 point phase detection autofocus to cover 93% of your frame. It has the latest Bionz X processor in order to handle data 20 times faster as compared to previous models from Sony.
The autofocus of new A9 camera will be more suitable to capture dancers, runners and other fast moving objects. The A9 is especially designed to be more compact as other full-frame mirror-less shooters from Sony such as A7 II, A7S II and A7R II. The A9 is much similar to the Alpha cameras and it can shoot 4K video at 3,840 x 2,160 with 1080p at more than 120 frames/ sec, so you can record slow-motion videos. It will be more interesting to see the performance of A9 in night shoots as compared to the flagship DSLRs from Nikon and Canon. It is very hard to completely mention the performance of A9, but it will give you an idea that it would be a perfect choice for a sports photographer.