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Sony A7RII is the Best High-end Interchangeable Lens Camera

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The Sony A7R Mark II full-frame E-mount camera has been selected as the best overall high-end interchangeable lens camera (price over $2,000) and awarded as gold award from Dpreview.

Dpreview has posted a full in-depth review for the Sony A7RII. The full-frame mirrorless camera achieves a score of 90% and gets gold award overall. Details are as follows.

They have covered almost everything in their review. Sony A7RII 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 A7RII Earned the Gold Award With a High Score


From Dpreview conclusion:

The Sony a7R II wins this group for many reasons: it is arguably the most innovative, most improved, and houses the most features of any camera in this category. 399 PDAF points offer the largest frame coverage and truly challenge full-frame DSLR AF. We were in disbelief at the incredibly high AF hit rates we observed across multiple shoots, so we baselined the system against DSLRs in a slew of continuous AF tests to find that, sure enough, the a7R II challenges some of the best DSLRs, even in low light. Continuous Eye AF is a boon for candids of even moving subjects, and better-than-DSLR AF accuracy ensures critical focus for shallow depth-of-field applications. Many of these AF benefits disruptively carry over to 3rd party lenses when using electronic adapters, an industry first.

Sony A7RII ($3,200 – Amazon | B&H | Adorama) featuring the world’s first back-illuminated full-frame Exmor R CMOS sensor with a resolution of 42.4 megapixels with 4K video recording. The new Sony A7RII boasts high speed AF response up to 40% faster than the original α7R thanks to 399 focal plane phase detection AF points.

See how we covered the Sony A7RII mirrorless camera after its officially announced.