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Sony Alpha A9 Camera Firmware Version 6.00 Now Available

The Sony Alpha A9 now has real-time Eye AF for animals, interval shooting functionality and compatibility with RMT-P1BT.

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The Sony Alpha A9 6.00 firmware upgrade is now available and with it comes several new key functions as well as compatibility with the RMT-P1BT Remote. 

We first mentioned the update at the start of the year when news on version 5 of the firmware update was also discussed which brought 'Real-Time Tracking' to the Sony Alpha A9

Version 6.00 adds real-time eye AF for animals, with an option to select either animal or human Eye AF mode depending on the shooting situation. Time-lapse videos can also be created with Interval Shooting.

In addition, the update improves the overall stability of the camera and makes it more user-friendly, allowing photographers to assign ‘My Menu’ to appear when first selecting the menu button. It is now also possible to select the Focus Frame Colour allowing users to choose between red, grey or the standard green.

The Version 6.00 firmware upgrade is downloadable for free on the Sony Support site.

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