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As the state of Alabama’s special U.S. Senate election approaches, a Democratic group released an ad showing voters how to write in University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban’s name. The ad, published by Democratic super PAC American Bridge 21st

Sunday, CNN political analyst Carl Bernstein said the anti-FBI special counsel Robert Mueller rhetoric coming from Fox News hosts like Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro, as well as other conservatives, was “abetting a cover-up” with the White House. “[I]t abets

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But while the A7 models and their successors could get professional results, they didn’t quite have the power the most demanding photographers require. The A9 changes that. It’s like the A7’s track-star big brother—an undeniably pro-level shooter with a $4,500 price tag to match.

The first thing to know is that the A9 is real small. At roughly 4 inches by 5 inches by 2.5 inches and just 1.5 pounds, the A9 is only slightly bulkier than Sony’s very svelte A7 series cameras. Canon’s high-end sports shooter, the 1D X Mark II is 6.22 x 6.60 x 3.25 inches and weighs just under three pounds before you put it’s battery in. Hell, even Canon’s mid-range professional DSLR, the 5D Mark IV is substantially bigger and heavier than the A9, and the same can be said of Nikon’s entries. It’s amazing how much Sony has crammed into that little frame.

And of course, this thing is absurdly fast. It’s capable of firing off full-resolution 24-megapixel JPEGs at a blistering 20 frames per second. It sounds like a Gatling gun, unless you turn the sound off, in which case it is literally silent thanks to the electronic shutter (more on that in a second). Even when shooting in RAW + JPEG mode, I was able to fire off an 8 second burst at 13.5 frames per second—that’s 108 shots.