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Sony A7II Reviews Round-up

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More Sony A7II reviews now available online with plenty of samples and videos captured with the full frame mirrorless camera.

Sony A7II reviews posted by CameraLabs, AdmiringLight and ThePhoblographer websites. See their conclusions below. Real world samples can be seen at Dpreview and more sample images here at DC.watch, Dyxum Forum. AdmiringLight also posted a comparison article of the new A7 Mark II with the A6000 for landscape use with several sample pictures.

Sony Alpha A7 II is the world’s first full-frame camera to feature optical five-axis image stabilization, with Sony claiming a 4.5-stop gain. Featuring a 24.3MP 35mm Exmor CMOS sensor, the camera also boasts several ergonomic improvements and improved AF responsiveness. See below for Sony A7II reviews, videos and more.

More Sony A7II Reviews Available Online


Sony A7II Stabilization Test

Sony A7 II Hands-On Review

Sony A7 Mark 2 version 1.0 vs version 1.10 steadyshot test

Hands on Review: Sony A7 II

From ThePhoBlographer review

While current Sony A7 owners may be groaning because of the quick refresh to their brand new camera, they can rest assured that the A7 Mk II is really nothing more than a further attempt to snatch up the professional market. This is evident in the small changes. As a current A7 owner though, I won’t be upgrading. I don’t really need image stabilization because I’m a very steady shooter and the autofocus performance of the A7 hasn’t made me scream when shooting–that’s a prize that is awarded to the A7r.
We applaud Sony for their innovation, but we believe that they should time their releases a bit better.

From CameraLabs review :

I can tell you this though: when the choice was between the A7 and the A7r, I’d have gone for the latter as the former failed to deliver significant benefits in handling. But now with the improved grip, better AF and stabilised sensor, the A7 Mark II has become a much more usable camera, and one I much preferred using to either the A7 or A7r, even with the latter’s extra resolution. Indeed since I’m not a pro video shooter the A7 Mark II has become my favourite in the full-frame Alpha mirrorless series and a model I can easily recommend even with the caveats mentioned above.
I can’t however imagine this will be the only full-frame mirrorless camera from Sony this year, so once again if video or ultra high resolution stills are your priorities, I’d either wait for a new model or snap up one of the originals. It’s also worth mentioning the original A7, which despite being first generation, currently represents great value if you simply want the most affordable entry to full-frame mirrorless photography.

From Admiringlight review :

The Sony A7 II is the most enjoyable Sony camera I’ve ever shot with, and the excellent image quality along with great ergonomics and usability make the A7 II one of the best, if not the best, mirrorless cameras on the market.  The $1,699 pricetag might be at the upper end of the range of the mirrorless spectrum (with only its sister cameras the A7r and A7s coming in higher), but given what you receive, it’s really an attractive price with excellent bang for the buck.  It’s a camera that I wholeheartedly recommend.

Sony Alpha A7II Mirrorless Camera Price and Availability

The Sony Alpha A7 II which is the world’s first full-frame camera with 5-axis image stabilization available at the camera stores below.

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