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Sony A7SII First Impressions and Hands-on Reviews

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First impressions, previews and hands-on videos for the Sony A7SII full frame mirrorless camera now available online.

The Sony α7SII mirrorless camera comes with 4k video, 5-axis image stabilization and ISO 409,600 has a price tag of $2,999 and shipping will start in October, 2015. See Amazon and Adorama for stock availability.

Engadget says Sony’s A7S II is a 4K shooter for your darkest moments. See the A7SII hands-on preview post here. ThePhoBlographer also posted their first impressions for the Sony A7s Mk II shooter. See here. More previews and hands-on videos of A7SII after the break!

Sony A7SII First Impressions and Hands-on Reviews


Tony Northrup previews the Sony a7SII and his question is: Sony’s new a7S II fixes the biggest problems with the original a7S. Is it worth the extra cost, or should you buy an a7R II instead? See the video below.

Sony a7SII Preview: The Best Low-Light Camera Ever?

Also watch Interview at IBC from Victor Bart.

From Amateurphotographer :

The A7S II looks like a fantastic camera that buckles the trend for cameras with increasingly high resolutions, and that is what many photographers have been asking for. They don’t want more and more pixels, they want a higher dynamic range and less noise.
The real test will come when we have a full working sample of the camera and can see exactly what the differences in image quality are between the two cameras. For videographers there is certainly a reason for the new camera, whilst professional wedding and event photographers will surely make a beeline towards the A7S II and its quieter shutter, faster focusing and image stabilisation.

From Digitalcameraworld :

The ability to record 4K in-camera allows these users a bit more freedom plus the ability to travel lighter and work more discretely. Meanwhile the improvement in the AF and noise control will be widely appreciated.
Those looking for an ‘all-rounder’ camera are best off looking at the A7 II, or even the A7R II if they can stomach the cost, but the A7S and A7S II are intended to produce the best image quality.
The A7S really impressed when we tested it and the improvements brought by the A7S II should make it even more attractive.

The Sony A7SII is a 12.2-megapixel full-frame compact system camera with 4K video recording, enhanced auto-focus, an expanded ISO range of 50 up to 409,600 (100-102,400 native) and a silent image capture mode that can be activated for 5fps continuous shooting.

Sony A7SII Mirrorless Camera Price

Buy Sony A7SII Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera
Sony A7SII Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera $2,999.00 Amazon | Adorama

See how we covered the Sony A7SII mirrorless camera after its officially announced.