Sony Alpha 1 mirrorless camera with 50.1-megapixel sensor, recording up to 8K

The Sony Alpha 1 full-frame mirrorless camera has been launched in India and has been hailed by the company as its most advanced and innovative camera. It has a 50.1-megapixel full-frame stacked Exmor RS image sensor and is capable of recording video up to 8K 30fps. Better than the previous generation of cameras. Alpha 1 uses AI-based real-time tracking to automatically maintain focus.

Sony Alpha 1 price

Sony Alpha 1 is listed as “coming soon” on the Indian website and no pricing information is available yet. According to BHPhotoVideo, the price in the US is, 6,498 (approximately Rs. 4.73 lakhs). Alpha 1 is currently in the United States for pre-order and shipping will begin March 4.

Sony Alpha 1 Specification, Features

Sony’s Alpha 1 has a 50.1-megapixel 35mm full-frame stacked CMOS sensor and uses the company’s BIONZ XR engine for image processing. It can shoot 30fps continuous with AF / AE tracking and has fast hybrid auto-focus. The full-frame camera can record at 8K 30fps and 4K 120fps with an ISO range of 100 to 32,000. The Sony Alpha 1 comes with a 1.6cm electronic viewfinder and a 2.95-inch TFT display that can be adjusted. For stability, the camera comes with an image sensor-shift mechanism with 5-axis compensation. As well as long exposure there is a reduction in noise.

The Sony Alpha 1 can capture 8,640×5,760 pixels at 49.7-megapixels in a 3: 2 aspect ratio. For storage, there are two slots with support for SD card, SDHC card (UHS-I / II-compliant), SDXC card (UHS-I / II-compliant), and CFexpress Type A card. The Alpha 1 has a mechanically / electronically controlled shutter with a silent shooting feature. Full-frame camera connectivity options include a micro-USB port, Bluetooth 5.0, dual-band Wi-Fi, a 3.5mm mic terminal, and a LAN terminal. It comes with a built-in microphone and monorail speakers. It also has a USB Type-C port that supports fast SuperSpeed ​​USB 10-Gbps (USB 3.2) data transfer speeds and power delivery.

Sony says the Alpha 1’s battery is rated for about 430 shots with the Viewfinder and about 530 shots with the LCD display. It can record continuous video for about 145 minutes using viewfinder and about 150 minutes using LCD screen.

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