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Sony a7R II Full-Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera, Body Only (Black) (ILCE7RM2/B), Base, Base

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  • World’s first Full-frame 5-axis in-body image stabilization optimized for 42.4MP full-frame, 4K movie recording with full pixel readout and no pixel binning
  • 2.4-million dot XGA OLED Tru-Finder w/ZEISS T- coating, connectivity to smartphones via Wi-Fi and NFC w/camera apps, Fast focal plane phase-detection AF realized with A-mount lenses
  • Shutter vibration suppression, curtain shutter, silent shutter, Resolution meets sensitivity 42.4MP up to ISO 102,400/4K up to 25,600, Durable, reliable and ergonomically enhanced for professional use
  • Fast Hybrid AF with 399 focal plane phase-detection AF points and sensor is 35 mm full-frame (35.9 x 24.0 mm), Exmor R CMOS sensor
  • Inside box: Rechargeable Battery NP-FW50; Cable Protector; AC Adapter AC-UUD11; Battery Charger BC-VW1; Shoulder strap; Body cap; Accessory shoe cap; Eyepiece cup; Micro USB cable

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  • rechargeable battery
  • cable protector
  • ac adaptor
  • battery charger
  • shoulder strap
  • body cap
  • accessory shoe cap
  • eyepiece cup
  • micro usb cable
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    Screen Size 3 inches 3 inches 3 inches 3 inches 3 inches
    Has Image Stabilization Yes Yes No Yes Yes
    Item Dimensions 9.61 x 6.1 x 5.67 inches 5 x 3.87 x 3 inches 9.15 x 9.4 x 4.55 inches 5 x 2.36 x 3.78 inches 5 x 3.88 x 3 inches 9.6 x 6.1 x 5.6 inches
    Item Weight 1.28 lbs 1.45 lbs 1.00 lbs 1.32 lbs 1.44 lbs 1.45 lbs
    Optical Sensor Resolution 0 megapixels 42.4 megapixels 24.3 megapixels 24.2 megapixels 42.4 megapixels
    Optical Zoom 40x 1x 7.00x 3x 1x 1x
    Photo Sensor Size Full Frame (35mm) Full Frame (35mm) Full Frame (35mm) Full Frame (35mm) Full Frame (35mm) Full Frame (35mm)
    Video Capture Resolution 2160p 1080p 4K Video 1080p 2160p 4320p
    Viewfinder Type Electronic Electronic LCD Electronic Electronic Electronic

    Product Description

    Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera with APS-C, Auto Focus & 4K Video - ILCE 6300L Body with 3” LCD Screen & 16-50mm Power Zoom Lens - E Mount Compatible - Black. Operating temparature - Range -32-104°F / 0-40°C

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    SEL-2470GM SEL-2470Z SEL-1635Z SEL-70200G SEL-55F18Z SEL-90M28G
    E mount Lens FE 24-70 mm F2.8 GM Vario-Tessar T* FE 24-70 mm F4 ZA OSS Vario-Tessar T* FE 16–35 mm F4 ZA OSS FE 70-200 mm F4 G OSS Sonnar T* FE 55 mm F1.8 ZA FE 90 mm F2.8 Macro G OSS
    NP-FW50 BC-TRW ECM-XYST1M ECM-AW4 RM-TDSLR2 HVL-F45RM
    NP-FW50 BC-TRW ECM-XYST1M ECM-AW4 RM-TDSLR2 HVL-F45RM
    Accessory Type Battery Battery charger Microphone Microphone Remote Commander Flash
    Product name W-series Rechargeable Battery Pack Travel charger for W-series battery Stereo Mic For Multi-Interface Shoe Wireless Microphone Wireless Remote Commander External Flash with Wireless Radio Control

    Legal & Footnotes

    2015 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Sony is not responsible for typographical and photographic errors. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.

    FOOTNOTES:

    1 Among digital cameras with a 35mm full-frame image sensor at the time of June 2015 press release, based on Sony research.

    2 In comparison with the α7R.; 3 ISO 100-25600 expandable to ISO 50–102400 for shooting still images.

    4 According to Sony internal testing, with the electronic front curtain shutter activated.; 5 Movie recording is possible for approximately 29 minutes.

    6 A class 10 or higher SDXC memory card is required to record movies in the XAVC S format. UHS Speed Class 3 is also required for recording at 100Mbps.

    7 Among digital still camera viewfinders at the time of June 2015 press release. Full-display diagonal field of view: approx. 38.5 degrees; live-view-display diagonal field of view: approx. 37.2 degrees. The viewfinder magnification is approx. 0.78x (with 50mm lens at infinity, -1m-1). As of June 2015 based on Sony research.

    8 Some functions can only be assigned to certain buttons.; 9 Requires a valid Sony Entertainment Network account. Some apps require a fee.

    10 Requires optional LA-EA1 or LA-EA3 lens adaptor with SSM or SAM A-mount lens.

    Sony, BIONZ X, Exmor R, PlayMemories Home, PlayMemories Mobile, PlayMemories Camera Apps, PlayMemories Online, SteadyShot INSIDE, Xtra Fine LCD and the Sony logo are marks of Sony Corporation. AVCHD is a mark of Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation. Windows is a mark of Microsoft Corporation. Mac OS and iMovie are marks of Apple Computers, Inc. HDMI are a mark of HDMI Licensing LLC. All other marks are marks of their respective owners.


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    Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2020
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    5.0 out of 5 stars The A7R II is a keeper
    Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2017
    I have just purchased the A7II, love using it but when the A9 was released the price of the A7R II dropped. I could not pass up the moment and sold my A7II. It is not a sports camera but for me it is the total package. For what the camera can do, the price is worth it. Despite future iterations of the A7R, this one will be a keeper. I will never be upgrading for many years to come. This and my other mirrorless cameras, Panasonic GX8, G85 and Ricoh GR II have never been a disappointment and I always have fun using them. I can't say that much when I had my Nikon D610 and those big heavy lenses. As a workhorse camera, I do agree DSLRs are still better but if you only need one camera in your bag, a compromise for having something small and lighweight for travel and professional work, mirrorless is the way to go. Took these few snapshots soon as I got the camera.
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    Reviewed in the United States on August 11, 2020
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Best Camera I've Ever Owned
    Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2017
    I decided to move to Sony's platform from shooting Nikon's D810 and I'm really glad I did. While the controls might not be quite as intuitive as my Nikon D810 and this camera definitely wouldn't work well as a weapon in a pinch, the image quality is so perfect and amazing that it's forgivable.

    Here are the pros and cons as I see them to owning the SonyA7rII:

    Pros:

    Amazing image quality - the best I've ever seen - and I did a lot of side by side with the D850. When dealing with high end camera's that occupy very top of the DxoMark scale, it really comes down to specific needs and personal preference.

    The EVF is absolutely fantastic to use. It's clear, the colors are wonderfully vibrant and true to life, and the ability to zoom in on far away objects from the viewfinder for perfect focus is a great benefit worth the extra demand on the battery.

    Silent mode which uses an electric front shutter is great and now (after upgrading to the latest firmware version) appears to work when uncompressed RAW is selected

    Though small, this camera feels solid and, with the grip, fits my large hands comfortably

    Though Sony doesn't have a large lens selection, the lenses they do have are insanely sharp and bar none among the best I've ever owned, particularly their Zeiss lenses and new Sony "G" lenses. To give some perspective - the best lens for Nikon ends at a 36 sharpness rating, Sony's lens lineup almost starts where Nikon leaves off and goes up to an insane 46 rating (per DxoMark).

    I can use this camera with ALL of my vintage glass including Nikkor AI and NAI MF lenses, Helios, Pentacon, Zeiss, and INDUSTAR, etc. All that's needed is a simple adapter and each of every one of theses lenses benefits from Sony's 5-axis in-body image stabilization. the shallow depth of the camera body ensures it's compatible with virtually every 35mm camera lens ever made - something that I ran into trouble with on my D810 because Nikon actually has the widest body of all camera makes. My M42 mount lenses (for example) would have to be mounted slightly inside of the D810 body to get the right magnification and infinite focus. And that's not even an option because doing this risks destroying the mirror. Even vintage Nikkor AI and NAI lenses can't be used without fairly major modification which also ruins the lens value.

    A lot of people seem to really dislike the A7 line UI. I personally kind of like the interface. Maybe it’s because I work with a lot of technology, but I find it pretty simple to use and after owning my camera for a few weeks have the placement of everything committed to my long-term memory. It also looks more modern than Nikon or Cannon’s UI. It might seem a little segmented at first, but in the end, everything kind of makes sense as a whole so I’m counting it as a pro.

    Love that Sony included two batteries and a charger. This really makes me feel like I bought a high-end camera. If they’d throw in a screen protector (see my grumble below), I’d be completely happy with the included accessories.

    Cons:

    The battery life could be better

    I'd love to see the build quality be just a bit more robust. I.e. I wouldn't take this on out in sub zero weather, do a photo-shoot in a sand storm, or bring it with me white water rafting. Even decent weather sealing would be a nice gesture.

    This one is probably on the top of my list - I'd love to see dedicated controls for all major settings that I use every day. I can set the aperture from the back dial and the exposure from the front dial, but it would be great to have a control for the ISO. I virtually always shoot in full manual mode and having to right click on the wheel to bring up an ISO dialogue before selecting the ISO is just the tiniest bit annoying.

    The camera should come with a snap on screen protector like Nikon provides. When you spend this much on a camera and don't get basic protective equipment, you feel like Sony is being a tad on the penny pinching/apathetic side.

    Some tips:

    Knowing how short the battery life would be I loaded on six batteries and bought a grip for the camera so I can use two at a time. With the grip I can shoot about half of what I used to get away with using my D810, which is workable
    Get a good protective carrying case/backpack for this camera to keep it safe.

    My final verdict:

    It's overall the best camera I've ever owned. While it is quirky in some way, some of the quirks are starting to grow on me. Now we'll see about longevity. The shutter is rated at 500,000 actuations, so I'm hopeful.
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