The Sony Alpha A7II (ILCE-7M2) is the world’s first 35mm full-frame compact system camera with 5-axis image stabilisation. First Sony Alpha A7II sample images are now official on Sony website.
Sony has posted 12 high-resolution sample photographs taken with the new Sony Alpha A7II full frame mirrorless camera.
Major improvements over the original Sony A7 include a new front dial, a bigger right-hand grip, a repositioned shutter release and a reinforced lens mount. In addition, the Sony A7 II boasts faster auto focus and better subject tracking capabilities, and benefits from XAVC S and S-Log2 support.
If an E-mount lens with OSS is attached, the camera will detect it and use a combination of in-lens and in-body stabilization.
Sony Alpha A7II Mirrorless Camera Price and Availability
The Sony Alpha A7II full-frame mirrorless camera is available in camera stores below body-only for $1,700. Bundled with an FE 28-70mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS it will cost $2,000.
|Buy Sony Alpha A7II Camera|
|Sony Alpha A7II Camera Body Only||$1,700||Amazon | Adorama
|Sony Alpha A7II with FE 28-70mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS kit||$2,000||Amazon | Adorama
Sony Alpha A7II Sample Images
More Sony Alpha A7II sample images can be seen on Sony.Net website. A Quick Sony A7II vs A7 comparison, the most important features the A7II differ from the original A7 camera.
Sony Alpha A7II important features
- 5-axis stabilisation
- 30% faster AF system with new algorithm for tracking
- Magnesium alloy body and more robust lens mount
- XAVC-S codec, S-log2 gamma and picture profiles for video (like the A7s)
- Area specific noise reduction
- Design upgrade of the grip, the shutter button placement and some dials
- More button customisation