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

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  • World’s first Full-frame back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor-42.4MP, 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, Simple 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, first curtain shutter, and 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
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Battery Cell Type Lithium Ion Lithium Ion Lithium Ion Lithium Ion
Screen Size 3 in 3 in 3 in 2.95 in
Image Stabilization Yes Yes Yes Yes
Self-timer Yes Yes
Image Aspect Ration 3:2, 16:9 3:2, 16:9
Flash Type Internal Internal Internal
Item Dimensions 6.1 x 9.61 x 5.67 in 2.36 x 5 x 3.78 in 6.1 x 9.61 x 5.67 in 2.8 x 15.7 x 2.13 in
Item Weight 1.32 lbs 2.98 lbs 0.91 lb
Optical Sensor Resolution 0 megapixels 24.3 megapixels 12.2 megapixels 24.2 megapixels
Optical Zoom 1x 3x 1x 1x
Photo Sensor Size Full Frame Full frame (35.8 x 23.9 mm) Full Frame aps-c
Features interchangeable-lens|#53, hd-movie|#49 image-stabilization image-stabilization image-stabilization
Video Resolution other 1080p_hd other Other
Viewfinder LCD LCD electronic viewfinder electronic viewfinder
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Review summary from DPReview

DPReview Gold Award
November 2015
The a7R II offers a massive 42.3MP of resolution, and is the largest backside-illuminated sensor to date, which gives it class-leading low light performance and formidable dynamic range despite its high resolution. An electronic shutter eliminates all sources of camera-induced shake, and in-body image stabilization reduces the risk of blur with all lenses. The a7R II also introduces disruptive on-sensor phase detection AF, with 399 points offering the widest coverage of any full-frame camera, precise focus on eyes, professional AF results in video, and the ability to focus non-native lenses. Internal 4K recording rounds out a comprehensive list of photographic and video-centric prowess.

Personal takes

Barney Britton Barney Britton DPReview
The A7R II improves on its predecessor in every way. A 5-axis stabilization system and redesigned shutter should ensure shake-free images whatever the cause, and the new back-illuminated sensor is capable of capturing 4K video. The 399-point phase-detection AF system is seriously impressive, too, and image quality is class-leading.
Rishi Sanyal Rishi Sanyal DPReview
The a7R II offers the most expansive phase-detect AF frame coverage of any full-frame camera, while offering subject tracking to follow faces and even eyes to ensure pinpoint focus accuracy. Combined with impressive speed, the AF system is a boon for photojournalists wishing to capture candids as they happen. Fast prime photographers will rejoice at the precision. Some of these benefits even carry over to third party lenses, making the a7R II arguably the world's first truly hybrid camera.
Richard Butler Richard Butler DPReview
The Sony a7R II is a huge step forwards for the a7 series, offering a series of class-leading features. Its 42MP BSI CMOS sensor is hugely impressive across a wide range of shooting situations. The 5-axis image stabilization helps make the most of both this high pixel count and the camera's excellent 4K video footage. The ergonomics aren't perhaps as polished as some of its peers and battery life is short, but these concerns are secondary to the camera's sheer capability.

Reasons to buy

  • State-of-the-art sensor: The a7R II's 42MP BSI CMOS sensor delivers phenomenal resolution and noise performance, dispelling the myth that you can only have one or the other. Dynamic range performance is formidable as well, allowing you to shoot stills and video of high contrast scenes with finesse.
  • Innovative autofocus: Perhaps most exciting is the Hybrid AF system which has 399 on-sensor phase detect points that offer over 60% horizontal and vertical coverage. Eye AF focuses on subject's eyes with unprecedented precision, even if they're moving. You'll be able to take advantage of the speed, face detection, and tracking abilities of the system on third party lenses as well, using the appropriate adapters.
  • Vibration-free: Sony has doubled-down on reducing shutter-induced vibration on the a7R II. The new shutter mechanism reduces vibration by 50%, and the electronic shutter eliminates it entirely - and allows for silent shooting.
  • 5-axis image stabilization: As with the a7 II, the a7R II offers sensor-shift image stabilization that corrects for translation, roll, yaw, and pitch movement.
  • 4K video: The Alpha 7R II captures 4K video in either full-frame or Super 35 format with a full suite of manual controls as well as headphone and mic jacks. Phase-detection makes for usable AF in video.

Things to consider

  • Short battery life: When shooting with the LCD you can take 340 shots per charge before running out of juice, which pales in comparison to what full-frame DSLRs can pull off.
  • Ergonomics: While the lightweight body and articulating screen offer much to like, the lack of haptic feedback from dials and buttons, or direct AF point selection, may feel frustrating to seasoned DSLR users.
  • No touchscreen display: Having a touch-enabled LCD would have made autofocus point selection easier and rack focusing more discreet when recording video.
  • Limited AF features with adapted lenses: Although the ability to focus third party lenses using phase detection is groundbreaking, many of the features that make the a7R II's AF system so compelling are unavailable with adapted lenses. Notably: Eye AF and Lock-on AF, as well as AF in video.
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Video Field Test: Theron Humphrey and the Sony A7R II
Notable features
42MP full-frame BSI-CMOS sensor
42MP full-frame BSI-CMOS sensor
Sony is first out of the gates with a full-frame BSI CMOS sensor. By putting the circuitry behind the photo sensors, light capturing area goes up, which should decrease noise levels in low light. The camera's hybrid AF system puts 399 phase-detect points on the sensor, offering more coverage than in any competing full-frame camera.
New shutter mechanism
New shutter mechanism
Sony has totally redesigned the a7R II's shutter, which promises to reduce vibration (which was an issue on the a7R) by 50%. The addition of an electronic first curtain completely eliminates vibration while also allowing for silent shooting.
Refined design
Refined design
Sony has given the a7R II a facelift similar to that of the a7 II. The grip is more substantial, the lens mount is stiffer, and there's now a lock on the mode dial. The body remains weather-sealed and made of magnesium alloy.
XGA OLED viewfinder
XGA OLED viewfinder
In addition to a 3" tilting LCD the a7R II also has a huge XGA OLED viewfinder with an upgraded magnification of 0.78X.
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World’s first Full-frame back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor with 42.4 megapixels. The newly developed 35mm Exmor R CMOS sensor is the world’s first full-frame sensor with back-illuminated structure.


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I began shooting with 35mm slr's 50 years ago. Found my way into the air force where I got trained in 4 x 5. Fell in love. I shot a whole bunch of 4 x 5 cameras both in b&w and color for years. Did my own darkroom work. Loved it. Got older and not so strong. Went to Hasselblad, just like Ansel. Loved it. Never lost my preference for German glass. Then digital came along. I was slow to respond. Finally I took the dive. Traded everything film for a Canon system. EOS 5D Mark II with 16-35, 24-70, and 70-200. I thought zooms would make life easier. But I began to lose interest in photography. I'd just grab the camera, zoom, and snap. My photos showed my laziness. With the 4 x 5 and a fixed lens, tripod position was everything. With zooms it didn't matter. Then Sony comes out with this camera. It's magical. Mirrorless. No bypass filter! Incredible low light sensitivity. F**k flash. A body that feels like the Leica M3. A shutter with almost no vibration, but a definite, solid feel. The "program" mode is just like the Hasselblad EV setting. There's a level in the viewfinder. How long did it take to come up with that? On and on. One of the things that slowed my move from film to digital was the difference in dynamic range. No more. You can, in the camera, take bracketed exposures of the same scene exceeding the range of film. For an old dog, this is Nirvana. And German glass. I've gone back to Zeiss prime lenses and I LOVE IT.
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I mostly shoot black and white 120 film, and make my living selling big fine-art prints. I returned to film 5 years ago for aesthetic reasons, and tried all kinds of digital cameras and hated them all (5dmkiii, D800E, etc). The Sony A7Rii is the first digital camera I really like and can live with.

For the past year, I've also brought along a Sony A7R (with 16-35 and 24-70 zeiss lenses). It was a slow, clunky focusing camera with an amazing sensor. I liked the mirrorless concept, so I tolerated its faults. The mark ii version is a vast improvement; about 5 generations ahead of the old one. Sony has fixed just about everything about A7R, while adding some unique features.

I am the last person on earth to run out and buy the latest gear. I was lucky enough to walk into a local store who had one for me to try and buy. I was not happy about the price, but I could quickly see why it cost so much. The build quality and speed were terrific. You're definitely paying an early adopter fee for all the R&D. It will be years before all this technology becomes cheaper, so go ahead and buy it now. At least this time Sony includes 2 batteries and a charger.

1) This is the first camera to shoot as unobtrusively as my rangefinder film cameras, except that I get a really nice preview. DSLRs were always old technology slapped onto modern technology. I hate DSLRs because you constantly need to 'chimp' and take your eyes away from the viewfinder to check exposure. With mirrorless, you can get a full what-you-see-is-what-you-get preview before hitting the trigger. No need to review for focus or exposure.

2) The new viewfinder more improved then you can initially tell. When turning a polarizer, for instance, I can see the change in sky much better.
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Long time Canon user here. Pretty old school lover of the optical viewfinder and non-believer of mirrorless until this beast had surfaced.
My experience does not include the use of Sony/Zeiss since I only have Canon glass to use with my Metabones adapter but the AF on this combination has been fast and accurate so far with the Canon 24-70mm 2.8 Mark II.

Dynamic range is a huge improvement over the Canon systems, along with the AF system. This thing just doesn't know when to stop. The resolution is just ridiculous and is giving my Mac Pro 3.7ghz Quad Core, 32gb ram, 2gb AMD FirePro a run for performance. Luckily I upgraded my computer not too long ago because my old Mac Pro probably would have died.

Anyways without getting into a long review, I am a believer! I will be leaving Canon after 12 years, it's finally time to say goodbye...

Check out my last shoot with this camera:
http://www.andrewmanley.com/blogindex/2015/8/19/creaminz-rwb-widebody-993-in-downtown-los-angeles

and my review using it for the first time:
http://www.andrewmanley.com/blogindex/2015/8/14/dual-white-porsches-in-the-orange-ca
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Last night we received the Sony a7RII camera that we had preordered about a month ago. It’s a good thing that we jumped on an available deal so quickly, because apparently it’s now sold out in most places and backordered at most of the popular online camera retailers, including B&H, Amazon, Adorama and BuyDig.

My husband and I are hobbyists and take photos for our own pleasure. If you want to see more photos we took with the camera, check out our website: [...]

When we first saw the specifications on the a7RII, my husband and I were both extremely excited. Yes, it’s expensive, but it has just about every feature we wanted:

- 42 megapixels world’s first backside-illuminated full-frame sensor, with class-leading dynamic range, color depth and high ISO performance.
- 4k internal video recording with color profile at 30fps, with Super 35mm mode and clean HDMI output.
- SteadyShot 5-axis in-body stabilization.
- High ISO performance, ISO 25600 expandable to ISO 102400.
- Silent shutter mode and electronic front curtain shutter, rated up to 500,000 shutter actuations.
- 399 phase detect points and 25 contrast-detect points, rated to -2 EV sensitivity for low light autofocus performance.
- Continuous eye autofocus, which automatically detects and tracks an eye of a moving person.
- Bright electronic viewfinder, with 2,359,296 pixels, 0.78x magnification (largest for full-frame), and 100% coverage.
- Articulating LCD screen with 1,228,800 pixels that tilts both up and down.
- Minimum shutter speed for auto ISO, with options to change how the camera responds to changes in lighting.
- 1/8000th second shutter in both stills and movies mode, 1/250th second flash sync speed.
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