Thanks for Your reply!Did Sony listen for upgrading the A9 to A9II?
Sony truly listened to the very specific group that the camera is designed for.
Agency photographers with a need to transfer images straight from the camera as quickly as possible.
Those photographers don't really need higher resolution.
But they need the possibility to "voice tag" images.
And they need the possibility to transfer images via FTP as fast as possible.
Therefore the upgrades for both wired and wireless internet connection are a big deal to these photographers.
(I write the above out of my own experience).
I´m honestly happy that Sony didn't increase resolution.
It would only slow down my work, pretty much with any upside to it.
(I do appreciate that for a whole lot of photographers the difference between the A9 and the A9 II is not as big as it is for me and others.)
When it comes to sensors.
I generally think that modern sensors overall are amazing.
No matter the brand on the camera.
And in real-world usage, it´s pretty much impossible to see the difference between different sensors.
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