Sony a9II vs Sony a9 Buffer Testing

Tag The Shooter posted the first a9 vs a9II comparison I have seen showing off the new and improved Sony a9II buffer. His testing is a bit rough and he gets a bit lost with his words so the data below is the most valuable thing from the video since I wrote it while watching. Tag tries to remain scientific but forgets a few steps at times so the picture counts aren’t always accurate.

He also confuses card and camera names in the video towards the end which makes it a bit hard to follow. Below you can find the data and the cards.

5 Second Burst with Single Sony Tough Card
a9: about 34.56 Seconds for 102 pictures
a9II: about 21.3 Seconds for 102 pictures

5 Second Burst with dual Sony Tough Cards
a9: about 34.13 Seconds for 100 pictures
a9II: about 26.25 Seconds for 103 pictures

5 Second Burst with Single Sony G Card
a9: about 28.53 Seconds for 100 pictures
a9II: about 21.63 Seconds for 102 pictures

5 Second Burst with Single Sony M Cards
a9: about 40.77 Seconds for 103 pictures
a9II: about 33.69 Seconds for 103 pictures

5 Second Burst with dual Sony M Cards
a9: about 54.83 Seconds for 107 pictures
a9II: about 27.77 Seconds for 107 pictures

5 Second Burst with Single Sandisk 300MB/s Cards
a9: about 23.66 Seconds for 102 pictures
a9II: about 21.97 Seconds for 105 pictures

5 Second Burst with Single PNY 95MB/s Cards
a9II: about 45.25 Seconds for 103 pictures

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Sony a9II: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Sony a9: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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