How The Sony a9 is Made

Photo gear news gets an interesting look inside Sony’s a9 and Zeiss factory. The modular nature of Sony’s assembly lines that allows for the scaling up or down of production is kind of interesting and it makes me wonder how quickly they can run these lines since they run 24/7. Some issues in this line system probably caused the early overheating problems with the Sony a9, because the camera that I had for a few months never overheated once no matter how hard I pushed it and even though I wanted to keep it the a9 just wasn’t right for me. I still have files left to edit today from my time with it, because of how much it caused me to overshoot.

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