More details are coming for the upcoming Sony A7RII full-frame mirrorless camera have been leaked online.
According to latest Sony Rumors, the upcoming Sony A7R successor camera model is rumored to come with a brand new and improved RAW technology.
Previously the A7R Mark II camera is said to come pack with the on-sensor 5-axis image stabilization system, which we first see on the A7II and silent shutter mode same as the A7S model.
Now the rumor mill is talking about that the company is working on a new RAW engine, which could be used on the new Sony A7RII. See below for the updated specs list.
The Sony α7R II full-frame interchangeable lens camera will be available in August for about $3200.
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Sony A7RII Coming with a Brand New and Improved RAW Technology
The Sony A7r is currently the biggest resolution camera in Sony’s line-up. The name of the camera is not clear if it will be A7RII but according to the rumored specs below, this camera might refer to the next generation Sony A7R with minor changes.
Sony A7RII Rumored Specifications
- Same 36-megapixel image sensor as the A7r
- Improved autofocus system (would be good if it will be the A6000 type)
- Same EVF and LCD as A7r
- 5-axis IBIS system as A7II
- Better ISO sensitivity
- Silent shutter mode same as the A7s
- Sony A7 Mark II type grip
- New and Improved RAW Engine
Sony will hold a major product launch event by the end of May 2015. Stay tuned for more information.