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Sony A1 now shipping!

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The Sony A1 is a hotly anticipated bit of kit – but thankfully, US customers who have already preordered can expect to see it arrive on their doorstep soon. The Sony A1 preorders have begun to ship out in the US, with other regions set to follow soon. The Sony A1 features a 50.1MP sensor, 8.6K video, 30fps burst mode and a 15-stop dynamic range, making it a serious high-end contender for consumers' attention. 

Where to buy the Sony A1

Sony A1 in the US

Sony A1 | B&H | $6,498 (opens in new tab)
Pick up the Sony A1 from B&H! This full frame flagship mirrorless camera features up to 30fps shooting and an ISO range of 50-102400!

Sony A1 | Adorama | $6,498 (opens in new tab)
As the most technologically advanced camera that Sony has ever released, the Sony A1 will be the perfect companion for professional creators. 

Sony A1 in the UK

Sony A1 | Wex Photo Video | £6,499 (opens in new tab)
The Sony A1 features a powerful 50.1MP full frame Exmore RS CMOS image sensor, complete with 15 stops of dynamic range for stills and 15+ stops for video,

Sony A1 | Park Cameras | £6,499 (opens in new tab)
If you're a videographer, you'll love the 8K 30p 10-bit 4:2:0 video that's offered with the Sony A1 – plus the 4K 120p / 60p 10-bit 4:2:2 slow motion capture as well!

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