Sony A7 full frame mirrorless camera announced back in late 2013 and Dpreview has posted a full review for the Sony A7. The mirrorless camera achieves a 80% and gets silver award from Dpreview. Details are as follows.
They have covered almost everything in their review. Sony A7 review includes body and design, control and menus, handling, performance and features explained, video and still image quality and lots of sample images for the mirrorless shooter. See their conclusion below.
Sony A7 Gets Silver Award from Dpreview
From Dpreview :
While it has done a remarkable job creating these two cameras, we feel that some refinements are necessary in order to make them more competitive with the likes of the Canon EOS 6D and Nikon D610.
The areas that need the most improvement are related to JPEG image quality. While we recognize that some a7 shooters will be using Raw exclusively, those who are shooting JPEGs will see smudged details and strange artifacts, which are amplified if you edit and re-save them. Regardless of the file format you’re using, the Auto ISO feature needs to be more intelligent, to avoid blurry photos due to the camera’s love for the 1/60 sec shutter speed. Startup time, buffer clearing, and battery life were also a bit disappointing. We’re hoping that a firmware upgrade can address at least some of these issues.
Sony A7r is the world’s smallest, lightweight interchangeable lens camera system with a full frame sensor. See also Sony A7 and A7r unboxing video online.
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