Mr Blue | Nov 8, 2017 | 0
Imaging Resource Reviews the Sony A99II
The folks over at Imaging Resource have posted the first part of their Sony A99II test praising the camera for its fantastic image quality. The only real downside they highlighted was the buffer clearing performance:
Overall, the biggest issue with the A99 II’s performance is its buffer clearing performance. The occasional slowdowns in the field, such as when the camera is writing files, can be frustrating as well. It is puzzling why Sony opted not to include UHS-II support in the A99 II as it would have surely helped accelerate buffer clearing. With all that said, the A99 II still offers very impressive overall performance. Being able to capture 42-megapixel uncompressed RAW images at over 11 fps, while just shy of the advertised burst rate, is excellent.
As they say though, uncompressed 42mp RAW at 11 FPS, that is pretty impressive even with the occasional slow down to flush the buffers! Check out the full review HERE.
The A99II Is available right now from the following links: