Sony A1 camera disassembly / teardown #Photography @KolariVision
The Sony flagship A1 camera is here. One year ago, Sony announced this beautiful beast, and Alex Mirchuk takes it apart, modifying it to full spectrum and puts it back together again.
With 50mp photos, 8k30fps video and the groundbreaking 30 frames per second burst mode, this camera really does it all. It’s the A7SIII, A7RIV, and the A9II all rolled into one. So naturally, it also costs about as much as any two of those cameras combined. It features a full-frame CMOS sensor, 9.44M-dot OLED electronic viewfinder, and has both Electronic shutter and mechanical.
See the entire teardown with descriptive narration on Kolari.
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