Sony A7R Mk II Digital Camera Reviews

Sony A7R Mk II Digital Camera Reviews

SONY has rejuvenated its flagship A7R Compact System Camera (CSC) with the Sony A7R Mk II. Its upgrades are enormous, quite literally. Its 42.4Mp full-frame sensor is considered the most highly detailed of any mirror-less camera. Its resolution is almost on par with Canon’s gargantuan 50.2Mp 5DS and 5DS R DSLRs which were released previously this year. New razor-sharp sensor apart, the Sony A7R Mk II has an extraordinary set of upgrades. Speed is an area which has seen much refinement. There are 399 phase-detection AF points which cover 45% of the image area, and this is thought to make the Fast Hybrid AF performance 40% quicker. Although its files contain 6Mpmore data than the Mk I, a new Bionz X processor permits the brand new model to shoot 25% faster with a maximum rush rate of 5fps.

Along with Full HD movies, the Sony A7R Mk II can shoot in 4Kwith a quality of 3840×2160. 4K can be recorded using the full sensor, but you can also shoot in the digital camera’s Super 35mm mode which crops the image. The body is produced from a rugged magnesium alloy and the mount is toughened up to support big, hefty optics. In addition to the refined Electronic Viewfinder (EVF), the A7R features a tilt-able LCD on the rear. The screen sees a resolution increase of 33%. Now sitting at 1,228.8k-dots, it should be sharp enough to shave with!

The full-frame chip is stabilized on five axes and this system promises sharp shots at slow shutter speeds as well as smoother video clip tracks. The ISO ranges from 100- 25,600 but can be expanded to a large 102,400 for low-light shooting.

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