More Sony A7s review and tests are now available online with plenty of samples and movies captured with the full frame mirrorless shooter.
Sony A7s review and test roundup includes full model shooting by Josh McLeod and slow motion and low light test at Westcoastvisualfx. Also Imaging Resource and EosHD posted the second part of their Sony A7s review.
More Sony A7s Review and Tests
Sony has announced the A7S 4K video recording full frame mirrorless camera back in April, 2014. The Sony A7s has become a low-light king and gained a lot of good reviews from pro-users. See the conclusions from the Sony A7s review and tests below.
From Josh McLeod A7s review:
Lately I seem to be shooting more and more with the Sony cameras, and the more I shoot with them the more I like them (both the A7 and A7s). I love pretty much everything about them, and for my shooting style they are pretty close to the perfect tool.
From EosHD the second part of the A7s review:
The Sony A7S is the first camera to really beat the Canon 5D Mark III across the board at almost every level for both stills and video, especially the latter. The A7R did not have the video quality to rival the Canon, but the A7S is a different proposition altogether and raises the bar to another level, possibly signalling the end of DSLR domination in this area at the same time. I can think of no reason to shoot on stock Canon 5D Mark III video settings when you can shoot XAVC-S on the A7S.
From Imaging Resource A7s review:
I love the shoot-anywhere-in-any-lighting capabilities with the A7S’ insane high ISO sensitivity, and the smaller 12MP images are a breeze to work with on most any computer and save a ton of space on hard drives and memory cards. Plus, the solid build and cool design make it easy and comfortable to use, and the completely silent shooting mode makes the Sony A7S great for candid street, travel and event photography.
From Westcoastvisualfx test:
Overall, I feel this camera meets and exceeds my needs allowing me to shoot in greater variety of situations more efficiently and quickly. I love the menu system, and do not mind the record button being on the right. You have to be careful with the rolling shutter, which when shooting cinematically is not a problem. The low light is so fun to play with, and I am very impressed with the slow motion. There are so many benefits to this camera over the Mark III and even the 7d Mark II (Not even release yet). I was able to switch without a problem. Oh, and it takes a pretty great photo too.
The Sony A7S features a 12.2-megapixel with a 35mm full-frame sensor, 4K video recording, ISO 50 to 102,400 (extendable to ISO 409,600) and an improved AF system that remains operational down to light levels as low as -4EV.
Chasing Lights Trailer from Ronn Murray
Sony A7s Price & Availability
The Sony A7s price is $2,499.00. The 4K video recording mirrorless camera is available from camera stores below.
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