Sony | α | α9 “Through the eyes of a professional” Camera review by Gene Lower

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Professional sports photographer – Gene Lower talks about the impressions of Sony α9 after test shooting.

Gene Lower is a Phoenix, Arizona based international award winning photographer who focuses on fast action photography. From the Pro’s to the future athletes, there is barely a sport Lower has not covered. Serving as the Arizona Cardinals team photographer for over 15 years, he considers himself more of a historian than a photographer. Lower has photographed in every stadium around the league and has covered 3 Super Bowls. Lower’s images have appeared in major publications ranging from The London Times, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated and Time s Square, NYC. He is most known for his iconic image of Pat Tillman- now immortalized as a statue outside of University of Phoenix Stadium. When Lower is not on the sidelines, you will either find him in the concert pit (covered acts including U2, Katy Perry, Imagine Dragons and Bruno Mars) or hiking the vast trails of Arizona, capturing the beauty of the southwest.

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Sony | α | α9 “Through the eyes of a professional” Camera review by Gene Lower

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20 thoughts on “Sony | α | α9 “Through the eyes of a professional” Camera review by Gene Lower”

  1. WOW! Cant wait to get my hands on this camera soon! Side note, A cheap RØDE videomic micro mic can go a long way 😉

  2. This camera sounds fantastic. I’ve known Gene for over 20 years and I know he wouldn’t endorse a product that would not meet his needs. The "quality" of the video is unimportant here.

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