Throughout the day, when I had a shot that was looking good I kept find myself reaching for the Sony over the Canon, despite my familiarity with the 1Dx.
I was given two Sony lenses, the 24-70mm and 70-200mm which I thought gave very nice results. However what I was more interested in, was trying the camera using a Metabones adaptor to use my existing lenses. I was really excited to find that all of my L series lenses worked exactly as they do on my Canon cameras. I have some canon primes that I love (the 50mm f1.2 L for example) and would never want to stop using. So being able to add a Sony A9 to my kit bag rather than have to change the entire system is a massive plus for me.
In summary, I feel like Sony has really taken hold of the video market in the last few years. Combining the A9 with their high megapixel camera the A7R ll it looks like they have got a good chance of shaking up the professional stills market too.
Having been a die hard Canon user my entire career, this is the first camera that has really made me question if a non Canon camera body could be a good addition to my bag. I cant recommend the Sony A9 highly enough.
There are more images from the shoot in the project section here
You can read the full review on the Fixation website here