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Dustin Abbott

October 31st, 2019

While I was impressed when the Sony a9’s amazing tracking abilities and blazing fast burst rate of 20 FPS was revealed, I had little personal interest in a premium-priced Sony mirrorless camera.  Telephoto options were limited, I had been fairly unimpressed with the total package of the a7RII, and I was still firmly in the Canon camp.  Fast forward three years and there’s a different reality.  Market forces have driven down the price of the a9 (I bought a used one for $2300 USD), there has been a massive amount of new lens releases (including some excellent telephoto options), and Sony has done a number of firmware updates that have brought real, tangible improvements to the a9 (things like intervalometer, real-time Eye AF, and more).  I had strongly considered adding an a7III to my kit for the sports tracking abilities, shooting wildlife, and testing telephoto lenses, but I realized that there were still some significant advantages to the a9 (faster burst rate, better viewfinder, deeper buffers, and more), so suddenly for me (and a number of other photographers), the a9 became an appealing alternative.  My goal is to evaluate the ILCE-9 (Interchangeable Lens Camera with E-mount) and determine its value in the current market even with newer options (including the Sony a9II) now available. Stay tuned for my review, and check out the photos I’ve taken with a wide variety of lenses below:

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Images of the Sony a9 (ILCE-9)

Images taken with the Sony a9 (ILCE-9)

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