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SONY Alpha a7S in Box, Wi-Fi NFC Full-Frame Mirrorless Digital Camera

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The world’s smallest and lightest full frame interchangeable lens camera. With a groundbreaking 35mm large pixel image sensor rated at 15.3-stops of dynamic range and an ISO 409,600 sensitivity, the α7S reveals astonishing detail and color even in the dead of night. Video excels with Full Pixel Readout, a 4K-optimized sensor and uncompressed 4K output.

Very good working condition body with battery, charger, User Manual, body cap, Sony A Strap, Box.
EMS 50 baht, Cash on Delivery Available (COD เก็บเงินปลายทางได้)
or meeting in North Pattaya.
More photos and questions via Line ID: gnnick
S / n: last photo.
English / Thai + menu.

Presenting the world’s smallest and lightest full frame interchangeable lens camera. With a groundbreaking 35mm large pixel image sensor rated at 15.3-stops of dynamic range and an ISO 409,600 sensitivity, the α7S reveals astonishing detail and color even in the dead of night. Video excels with Full Pixel Readout, a 4K-optimized sensor and uncompressed 4K output. Fast, intelligent autofocus completes the picture.
 35mm large pixel image sensor with 15.3-stops of dynamic range
The groundbreaking α7S features a 12.2 effective megapixel 35mm Exmor CMOS sensor paired with a powerful BIONZ X image processor. The α7S can shoot at a sensitivity range of ISO 100 – 4096004 with low noise and unprecedented 15.3 stops of dynamic range. The extra-large pixels on the α7S collect dramatically more light than traditional cameras to produce beautifully detailed, low-noise images in even the most challenging lighting environments.
12.2MP sensor optimized for 4k and low light video
The α7S is the world’s first 35mm camera to incorporate ‘direct pixel readout’ utilizing the entire width of the full-frame image sensor without line skipping or pixel binning. Therefore in both HD and 4K video acquisition it can read and process data from every one of the sensor’s pixels. This allows video shooters to utilize all of the artistic and creative benefits provided by the unique sensor.
High ISO up to 409,600 w/ fast AF in light as low as EV -4
Equipped with the same high-precision Fast Intelligent AF system as the award-winning α7R camera, the α7S drastically improves AF sensitivity in low-light that can go as low as EV -4.
 New-generation RGB filter with gapless on-chip lens design
The larger than normal pixel size on the 35mm full-frame image sensor with effective 12.2MP, employs Sony’s latest image sensor technologies on the α7S. To boost the image sensor’s light collection efficiency, a new-generation RGB color filter has been adopted, in addition to the gapless on-chip lens design, light concentration technology and photodiode expansion technology delivers unprecedented high sensitivity and low-noise levels with high dynamic range in every light condition from severe low light to bright sunlight. By applying an AR coating on the surface of the seal glass over the image sensor, ghosting and flare have been minimized, further contributing to the α7S’s high image quality.
Uncompressed 4:2:2 Full HD and 4K QFHD output via HDMI1
In video mode, the α7S can output 4K video at QFHD (3840x2160) in 4:2:2 to an optional external 3rd party 4K recorder via the HDMI.
50Mbps XAVC S 1920x1080 at 60P, 1280x720 at 120P
For the first time ever in a Sony α camera, the α7S adopts the workflow-friendly XAVC S recording format in addition to AVCHD and MP4 codecs. XAVC S format allows for full HD recording at a data rate of 50 mbps with lower compression for improved video quality. The α7S can record full HD (1920x1080) at frame rates of 60p, 60i, 30p and 24p directly to a compatible memory card. Video modes can be changed from full-frame to APS-C (super 35mm equivalent) if desired, and in this crop mode, the camera can support high frame rate 120fps shooting at standard HD resolution (1280 x 720p), creating a 5x slow-motion effect.
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  • 20 Oct 2022 : 02:23 am

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SONY A9 Professional Full-Frame Mirrorless Digital Camera Body in Box

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  • 29 Oct 2022 : 02:49 am

Shutter count: 4xxx Review: Mint condition used body with Body cap, Sony NP-FZ100 battery, Sony BC-QZ1 Wall charger, Sony Alpha 9 strap, USB cable, unpolarized AC power cord, Sony hot shoe cap, Sony FDA-EP18 Eye cap, User Manual, Docs, Box. English / Thai + menu. The first Sony mirrorless with two card slots, and has the toughest mechanical shutter of any camera ever, "tested" to 500 000 cycles! The mechanical shutter is tough, and the silent electronic shutter has no moving parts to wear out —  ever! New image sensor - 35mm full-frame stacked CMOS sensor with integral memory : Unveil | α9 | Sony | α : 20 Silent FPS, 24MP stabilized full-frame, ISO 204800, 4K Stereo ● 24.2MP Full-Frame Stacked CMOS Sensor ● BIONZ X Image Processor & Front-End LSI ● 693-Point AF System & 20 fps Shooting ● Blackout-Free Quad-VGA 3.7m-Dot OLED EVF ● Internal UHD 4K Video Recording ● 5-Axis SteadyShot INSIDE Stabilization ● 3.0″ 1.44m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD ● ISO 204,800, Silent Electronic Shutter ● Built-In Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, Dual SD Slots ● Integrated LAN and PC Sync Terminals Not only do its images look great in every light and are always sharp and well exposed under very difficult and active conditions, the Sony A9 is a huge advance in sports, news, concert, motion-picture stills and corporate shooting because it does all this at 20 frames per second, tracking autofocus and setting exposure at 60 FPS in the background, and the best part is it does this in complete and total silence. It is an unworldly experience to be motoring along at 20 FPS with full tracking exposure and autofocus, get great exposure and color in each shot, and have this happen in complete silence. It offers full autofocus over the entire frame, not just in the center of the picture like full-frame DSLRs. Autofocus is essentially instantaneous with the right lenses, and even with good consumer lenses it can track fast-moving targets in the dark at night. It's also the first Sony mirrorless with two card slots, and has the toughest mechanical shutter of any camera ever, "tested" to 500,000 cycles! The mechanical shutter is tough, and the silent electronic shutter has no moving parts to wear out —  ever! Battery life is fantastic for sports shooting. While CIPA rated for only 480 shots for one-shot-at-a-time amateur shooting, in actual sports shooting where I make long bursts at 10 FPS, I can shoot 1,800 frames and only use 33% of the battery's capacity — or about 5,400 shots on a full charge! 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  • 21 Oct 2022 : 02:05 am

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Sony RX1RM2 Professional Camera 42.4MP Full-Frame, DSC-RX1R II, RX1R

Sony RX1RM2 Professional Camera 42.4MP Full-Frame, DSC-RX1R II, RX1R

  • 11 Nov 2022 : 02:30 am

Made in Japan. S/n: last photo Fully tested in mint condition. In Box: RX1RM2 Camera Sony NP-BX1 X-Series Rechargeable Battery Pack Sony AC-UD10 charger Sony E258105 AWM 20379 USB cable Sony 49mm Metal Lens Cap Sony STPXH1/B Shoulder Black Genuine Leather Strap Sony Multi Interface Shoe Cap FA-SHC1M docs, strap clips, EMS 50 baht, Cash on Delivery Available (COD เก็บเงินปลายทางได้) or meeting in North Pattaya. More photos and questions via Line ID: gnnick World’s first optical variable low-pass filter Control LPF effect to achieve your intention in a shot You can choose from three optical variable low-pass filter effect settings : Off (to prioritize image resolution), Hi (to reduce moiré and color artifacts) and Standard (to balance those priorities). Each in its own way takes optimal advantage of the image sensor’s 42.4-megapixel resolution to deliver the ultimate image quality according to shooting intention and situation. Double-duty LPF control for added effect How does the RX1R II provide double duty that would otherwise require more than one conventional camera? Splitting of incident light flux [1] is controlled by varying voltage to the liquid crystal [3] between low-pass filter 1 [2] and low-pass filter 2 [4] in order to activate, deactivate and modify low-pass filter effect. LPF bracketing simplifies comparison of LPF effects. The best of compact full frame resolution at a higher point A full-frame CMOS sensor and fixed-lens design take the RX1R II to the next level with 42.4 megapixels1 and an advanced image-processing engine with faster AF, retractable electronic viewfinder, and advanced image processing. can and the world's first adjustable optical low-pass filter3 You'll see the seamless coexistence of state-of-the-art efficiency and all-around convenience. The Ultimate Full Frame Compact The full-frame CMOS sensor and fixed lens design take the RX1R II to the next level with its 42.4-megapixel1 and advanced image-processing engine, with faster AF, dual-channel Retractable electronic vision and the world's first adjustable optical low-pass filter3 You'll see the seamless coexistence of state-of-the-art efficiency and all-around convenience. The back-illuminated 35mm 42.4-megapixel1 full-frame Exmor R™ CMOS sensor, advanced BIONZ X™ image-processing engine, and fixed-lens design deliver unparalleled resolution and sensitivity performance that more These advancements in technology retain fine, natural detail and just the right amount of light from the center of the image to the edges. Regardless of the shooting environment Improved AF speed, precision and coverage with 399 focal plane phase-detection AF points. With advanced phase-detection and contrast capabilities, the Fast Hybrid AF system on the RX1R II delivers wide autofocus area coverage and fast, accurate tracking performance. You'll be able to capture better, clearer still images at every opportunity without missing a single moment. Wider AF area coverage — faster AF response 399 phase-detection AF points are included in a large area of ​​the image. (Provides almost half the entire frame coverage) and the AF responds approximately 30% faster. Keep the current image The new AF-C focus mode and the ability to shoot bursts up to 5fps with AF tracking make sure you can capture more of the most decisive moments for sure. The world's first adjustable optical low-pass filter3 controls the LPF effect to give images the way you'd expect them to. You can choose from one of three 9 adjustable low-pass filter optical effect settings: Off (to prioritize image resolution), High (to reduce moiré, and Foreign color) and Standard (to balance things out). Each setting makes the most of the image sensor's 42.4-megapixel1 resolution. to provide the highest image quality according to the purpose and situation of the shooting. Cyber-shot DSC-RX1R II Digital Camera  from  Sony  packs in a full-frame 42.4-megapixel Exmor R back-illuminated CMOS sensor and BIONZ X processor behind a fixed Zeiss Sonnar T* 35mm f/2 lens that grants users the ability to capture finely detailed images in an extraordinarily compact body. In addition to this, the RX1R II has a world's first variable optical low-pass filter system that can adjust voltage on a liquid crystal layer to adjust the light-splitting properties of the array. This feature allows users to prioritize detail, eliminate moire and aliasing, or strike a balance between the two. Located on the sensor are 399 phase-detect AF points in a Fast Hybrid AF system that can lock onto and track subjects quickly. This setting can also be used in the continuous shooting mode at up to the maximum of 5 fps for capturing fast moving action. In addition to this, the improved processing and speed from the RX1R II's sensor and processor combo enables capturing images at expanded sensitivities ranging from ISO 50-102400. And, Sony has added an uncompressed 14-bit RAW format for uncompromising images. In addition to these major advancements in imaging, the body design has been refined and the RX1R II is now equipped with a pop-up 0.39" 2.36M-dot XGA OLED Tru-Finder EVF. This viewfinder has an impressive magnification of 0.74x for comfortable, clear eye-level viewing and has a 4-lens optical system with two glass molded aspherical elements to ensure crisp, vibrant imagery. Along with this, the 3.0" 1,228.8k-dot LCD monitor can now tilt upwards 109° and down 41° for working in a variety of positions and angles. On the front of the camera is the impressive Zeiss 35mm lens which provides shooters with a classic wide angle focal length well-suited to street photography and documentary work, an excellent pairing for a compact and unobtrusive camera. The lens also offers a fast f/2 maximum aperture for creating images with a shallow depth-of-field and for working more easily in low light. Along with this, the lens utilizes three aspherical elements, including one advanced aspherical that will minimize aberrations and distortion. Video has also seen some notable improvement thanks to the implementation of the high bit rate XAVC S format. This format will record Full HD 1080p video at 50 Mbps at frame rates up to 60 fps. Also, the camera will be able to capture HD 720p video at up to 120 fps for slow motion and it has a 3.5mm jack for using external microphones and audio devices. Numerous other features, such as Bright Monitoring, Eye AF, support for 4:3 and 1:1 aspect ratios, and ISO auto minimum shutter speed have made their way into this model. Also, the camera has built-in Wi-Fi connectivity with NFC (Near Field Communication) for pairing the device with a smartphone or tablet for remote control and transfer of images. In addition to this, the RX1R II supports Sony's PlayMemories Camera apps for adding advanced functionality to the camera later on. 42.4MP Exmor R BSI CMOS Sensor and BIONZ X Image Processor The full-frame 42.4-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor present in the DSC-RX1R II works with the BIONZ X image processor to offer high-resolution stills and video while minimizing noise and improving speed. This sensor structure works with gapless on-chip lens design and an anti-reflection coating, as well as eliminating the optical low-pass filter, to improve light collection and enhance detail. Also, the copper wiring layer dramatically improves data transmission speed for creating high-resolution 42.4-megapixel stills at sensitivities up to ISO 102,400. Variable Optical Low-Pass Filter The world's first variable optical low-pass filter allows users to control the amount of filtration they need for each specific image as they work, in order to maximize detail from the 42.4-megapixel sensor. The system uses a liquid crystal layer which it applies voltage to in order to control the light-splitting function. Users will have access to three settings: Off, Standard, and Hi. This unique ability allows the RX1R II to work in a variety of circumstances that normally would require separate cameras. Additionally, a low-pass filter bracketing function is available for users to quickly compare the differences between the different modes. Zeiss Sonnar T* 35mm f/2 Lens Equipped with a fixed Zeiss Sonnar T* 35mm f/2 lens, the RX1R II can deliver sharp imagery with exceptional control over depth-of-field. The maximum aperture of f/2 can enable shallow depth-of-field as well as benefit image quality in low-light conditions. Ensuring maximum image quality the 8 element 7 group optical construction utilizes three aspherical elements, including 1 advanced aspherical, that minimize aberrations and distortion. The nine-blade diaphragm furthers the overall quality by providing smooth out-of-focus areas in your imagery. This lens also offers a dedicated macro mode that shortens the minimum focus distance from 11.8" to just 7.9". Fast Hybrid AF with 399 Phase-Detect Points Lock onto your subjects quickly and without hesitation thanks to the revamped Fast Hybrid AF packed into the RX1R II. It uses 399 on-sensor phase-detect AF points with 45% coverage along with 25 contrast-detect AF points in order to improve the speed, accuracy and tracking performance of the system. Faster readout thanks to the back-illuminated sensor structure also allows for tracking while shooting at the top continuous shooting rate of 5 fps. This can be captured with a continuous AF Display that allows users to view the active AF points. Another feature available with this AF system is a Lock-on AF tracking that will analyze more information from the scene to provide dramatically improved accuracy and stability. Eye AF is also available which will prioritize a subject's pupil for excellent portraits even with a shallow depth of field. Full HD 1080p Video Recording in XAVC S Format In addition to impressive stills, the RX1R II offers some excellent video recording capabilities thanks to the implementation of the XAVC S format in this model. This enables detailed high-bit rate footage to be captured in Full HD 1080p at 50 Mbps at up to 60 fps. This also works with HD 720p recording at 120 fps for slow motion video. In addition this the camera does feature a 3.5mm mic input jack that allows users to connect their standard microphones for improved audio quality. 3.0" 1,228.8k-Dot Tilting LCD Monitor With a high 1,228.8k-dot resolution, the LCD screen will provide shooters with an excellent screen for composing images, adjusting settings, and reviewing video and photos. It also tilts upward 109° and downward 41° for working with multiple shooting angles. Also, it has been designed to handle bright sunlight that would wash out most screens. Retractable 0.39" 2.36M-Dot XGA OLED Tru-Finder Electronic Viewfinder With its 4-lens optical system using two glass molded aspherical elements, the high resolution 0.39" 2.36M-dot XGA OLED viewfinder faithfully displays what will appear in your recording, including the effects of your camera settings. Also, you will be able to easily pop it up out of the camera body when you want to use it and put it away for storage. The viewfinder will allow users to enjoy rich tonal gradations and improved contrast with high-end features like 100% frame coverage and a 0.74x magnification that enable comfortable and stable eye-level composition. Uncompressed 14-Bit RAW Format After listening to feedback from photographers, Sony has introduced an uncompressed 14-bit RAW format option for users who demand the best image quality the camera can deliver. This format ensures finer tonal gradations that will not show any artifacts normally found in compressed formats. Physical Controls & Magnesium Alloy Construction Still sporting a magnesium alloy construction, the overall design and layout of the camera has been refined rather than completely changed. In addition to the pop-up viewfinder and tilting EVF, the cameras multiple dials and buttons have gotten a facelift for more comfortable handling and control. The lens also features the same physical focusing ring and aperture dial as its predecessor, granting users advanced tactile control over their settings if desired. Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity with NFC Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity enables the RX1R II to instantly share imagery to mobile devices for direct sharing online to social networking, via email, and to cloud storage sites. NFC (Near Field Communication) is also supported, which allows for one-touch connection between the camera and compatible mobile devices; no complex set-up is required. Once connected, the linked mobile device can also display a live view image on its screen and remotely control the camera's shutter. Additionally, PlayMemories Camera Apps are also supported via the built-in Wi-Fi connection, and allow you to personalize the camera's features depending on specific shooting styles. Apps are available to suit creating portraits, detailed close-ups, sports, time lapse, motion shot, and other specific types of imagery. Other Camera Features Multiple aspect ratio support enables the use of 4:3 and 1:1 in addition to the standard 3:2 and 16:9 options. Also, thanks to the high-resolution sensor, images in the 16:9, 4:3, and 1:1 ratio still manage to offer 36, 38, and 28 megapixels, respectively. A Multi-Interface Shoe located on the top of the camera enables support for a variety of accessories, including remotes, flashes, microphones, and more. Capture One Express (for Sony) is a free downloadable RAW conversion software that will help users get the utmost quality from their image files. Precise white balance adjustments for tuning the exact color using amber-blue and green-magenta axes. Bright Monitoring boosts image brightness by changing shutter speed for better preview of a night sky or dark scene. ISO Auto Minimum Shutter Speed allows users to prevent image blur by setting a minimum shutter speed that when reached will then start changing the ISO sensitivity. Thirteen Creative Styles, including Vivid and Portrait, are available for capturing images with pre-defined looks that can flatter specific subject matter. A 1200-zone evaluative metering system ensures balanced exposures and can be set between Multi Pattern, Center Weighted, and Spot metering. Face Detection is available to base exposure and focus on up to eight recognized faces. Furthermore, Eye AF can be used for even greater precision by maintaining critical focus on a subject's eye. 2x Clear Image Zoom can be used to effectively double the magnification afforded by any lens in use with minimal image degradation. For even greater magnification, 1.4x and 2x Smart zoom is available, as well as 4x, 6.2 and 8x digital zoom.