It also features a silent, vibration-free electronic shutter that features the worlds first anti-flicker shooting with both mechanical and electronic shutter. In addition, the Alpha 1 can electronic shutter flash sync up to 1/200 2nd and approximately 1/400 second with the mechanical shutter (this encompasses 1/500 when shooting in APS-C crop mode) thanks to what the business is calling its “double driven shutter.”
Sony likewise mentions that the Alpha 1 is a “expert movie cam” as it is capable of 8K video at up to 30 frames per 2nd, a first in the Alpha line. Its 8K video is caught by oversampling 8.6 K down to 8K (oversampling and condensing is a hallmark of Sony video features). The Alpha 1 has two media slots that both support UHS-I and UHS-II SDXC/SDHC cards, as well as new CFexpress Type A cards for higher general capability and faster read/write speeds. It also includes a durable magnesium alloy chassis, long battery life with the Z-battery which can be extended utilizing the optional VG-C4EM Vertical Grip (offered individually), an improved dust elimination feature, shutter close function on power-off to protect image sensor, plus dust and moisture resistance that optimizes dependability in challenging environments.
Sony likewise points out that the Alpha 1 is a “professional motion picture video camera” as it can 8K video at up to 30 frames per 2nd, a first in the Alpha line. Its 8K video is captured by oversampling 8.6 K down to 8K (oversampling and condensing is a hallmark of Sony video functions). Furthermore, it can contend as much as 4Kp120 in 10 bit 4:2:2: All-I compression. Oversampled, higher-quality 4K is also readily available in Super 35 mode.
The Alpha 1 also supports S-Cinetone, which is on the cinema line, which delivers movie theater color, along with 10-bit S-Log3 which provides 15+ stops of vibrant range. The camera also, obviously, supports HLG.
As expected, the a2 likewise supports 5-axis optical in-body image stabilization for 5.5 stops of stabilization and a heat-dissipating structure for extended recording: 30 minutes in 4Kp60 or 8K. It can also export 16-bit raw video through HDMI.
The Alpha 1 has 2 media slots that both support UHS-I and UHS-II SDXC/SDHC cards, along with brand-new CFexpress Type A cards for greater total capability and faster read/write speeds. It also features a durable magnesium alloy chassis, long battery life with the Z-battery which can be extended using the optional VG-C4EM Vertical Grip (offered separately), an enhanced dust elimination function, shutter close function on power-off to secure image sensing unit, plus dust and wetness resistance that makes the most of dependability in difficult environments. It consists of a durable, reputable HDMI Type-An adapter, and USB PD (Power Delivery) assistance, permitting greater power to be provided from an external source so that users can record for extended periods with minimal internal battery use.
The Sony Alpha 1 will be available in March of 2021 for $6,500.
That 50.1-megapixel sensor is capable of 15-stops of dynamic range and does not compromise any previously-expected ISO performance.
Even with this sensing units high pixel count, the Alpha 1 offers high level of sensitivity with low sound, plus 15+ stops of vibrant range for video and 15 stops for stills, for smooth, natural gradations from shadows to highlights thanks to its cutting-edge processing system, throughout a broad ISO level of sensitivity series of 100-32,000 (expandable to 50-102,400, when shooting stills).
In addition, the Alpha 1 includes a massive-resolution OLED viewfinder: 0.64-type 9.44 million-dot (approx.) OLED Quad-XGA electronic viewfinder with the worlds first refresh rate of 240 fps.
It can shoot up to 30 frames per 2nd– the fastest shooting speed ever– blackout-free while also integrated with Sonys autofocus technology that allows approximately 120 autofocus computations per 2nd, which is double the speed of the a9 II.
The Alpha 1 includes 759 AF points with 92% protection of the sensing unit, which surpasses the A9 series. IT likewise adds real-time eye-AF for bird photography, and general real-time tracking has actually been enhanced for more dependable tracking and can be done as shut down as f/22.
The Sony Alpha 1 is a combination/condensation of all of Sonys most innovative innovations into one body. It features a brand-new 50.1-megapixel full-frame Exmor RS CMOS image sensor in mix with an upgraded BIONZ XR imaging processing engine with 8 times more processing power compared to the BIONZ X processor.
Sony has announced the Alpha 1 mirrorless camera, a camera that integrates all of Sonys leading technologies into one body, developing a 50-megapixel electronic camera that can capture stills at up to 30 frames per second, blackout-free, along with 8K video.