The Sony A1 is a bit more expensive than the old one, and it’s a good deal. Like the above, it can shoot in 8K format and is designed for professional shooters. It has a 50 megapixel camera that can take photos and videos. More importantly, the camera provides accurate colors and true skin tones, which is an added benefit.
It has many functions such as autofocus, electronic viewfinder, compact model and fast processor as shown above. The Sony A1 processor is comparable to the EOS R5. You can record 155 compressed RAW files before the buffer is full.
The main advantage of this camera is its EVF (or electronic viewfinder). The EVF OLED displays clear and bright images. And it is very likely that you will do well without a traditional viewer.
EOS R5 and Sony A1 are also similar in construction. A1 also has a robust build and weather resistance, making it suitable for shooting in any weather.
Last but not least, the Sony A1’s battery is expected to last for approximately 530 shots. If you shoot in 8K format, it may take more than an hour.
It is not without its problems. On the one hand, the screen of A1 can only tilt up and down and cannot be clearly expressed. Therefore, although it is great for capturing still images, capturing video can be a bit challenging.