Sony A7 II full-frame mirrorless camera with in-body IS (NEW)

For me any day anytime, I love my Nikon Cameras and got love for Canon Camera like ...Another day story. But give respect to the architect Sony. I say waoh, its long over due, varying angle camera at last in full frame, Sony this is a peace i can not wait to handle for my next Photo project, only if you can send me one of this.

This latest mirrorless full-frame camera dubbed A7 II brings: An improved body, speedier focusing, new video capture abilities and is the first full-frame mirrorless camera to have in-body stabilization. The A7 II relies on a 5-axis IS that will move the sensor (sensor shift technology) to avoid blurring. Sony claims the new IS could compensate up to 4.5 stops (CIPA standard). Gbam!

The new built-in IS will work with any lens attached and is particularly useful when using non-Sony lenses by means of an adapter. If you’re using an E-Mount Sony lens with built-in OSS the camera will detect it and combine it with its built-in IS for an even steadier shots.

Sony A7 II retains the 24MP of its predecessor but adds a couple of improvements. The grip of the camera is now bigger and accommodates a more comfortably-placed shutter button and a new dial on the front. The front panel is now made out of magnesium alloy.

Sony claims the focus is improved in speed by 30% and is now 1.5x better at tracking all the while the 117 phase detect and 25 contrast detect points remain intact.

Sony╬▒7 II
Sony╬▒7 II

Sony A7 II doesn’t include the 4K video shooting capabilities option of the A7s (why will you such thing to this camera) but incorporates the XAVC S codec with its 1080p@60fps mode so that you can get 50Mbps bitrate. The S-Log2 mode has made its way to the A7 II as well for a wider dynamic range during recording.

Sony will release its A7 II in Japan first. It’s expected to land there on December 5 for JPY190,000 (round €1,280 or $1,600) about N280,000.00 (Canon 70D Range). The A7 II comes a year after Sony released the first full-frame mirrorless cameras in the 24MP A7 and 36.4MP A7r. It released the 12MP low-light beast A7s recently so landscape fans are now eagerly awaiting an A7r II. Expect a full review soon.

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