TCSTV Live: Belated Sony a9 Review

TCSTV had some trouble producing their Sony a9 review and they decided to cram a little mini-collaborative review into their video instead of doing a full blow one. Similarly, I did some mini-reviews of the Sony a9 a while ago, because diving deep into features and the reported “problems” with the camera was more relevant. The Sony a9 is kind of a strange camera and I largely agree with the points they make in there video:

  • Sony a9 first camera you can just pick up and use from them
  • I only really need a solid 10fps
  • The Sony a9 wears faster than the Canon, but it is working great
  • For the first time Sony is ready for the professional market
  • The a9 is a camera that can do everything for everyone
  • Sony is outpacing Canon
  • The next generation they will get even further ahead
  • It’s a more interesting comparison to the 5D and D810

I would go further though and say that much of what TCSTV love about the Sony a9 has made its way into the Sony a7RIII. Many tried to bring the Sony a9 down by making isolated problems into larger ones, but I am pretty sure today new a9’s are no longer overheating. I did everything I could to overheat my Sony a9 with zero luck and it has been a very hot year in Florida. I would easily take a Sony a7RIII or a9 over any camera in Canon or Nikon’s lineup, but Fujifilm vs Sony is a different story.

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Sony a9: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Sony a7RIII: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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