Sony Alpha A7 II

Sony Alpha A7 II

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  • Full format (35 mm)
  • Mirrorless
  • 24 megapixels
  • Built-in
  • Video recording
  • LCD screen (LiveView), EVF (electronic)
  • Image sensor format: Full format (35 mm)
  • Type of camera: Mirrorless
  • Sensor resolution: 24 megapixels
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4.1 of 5 stars

Based on 7 reviews

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17/09/2018
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iRichard
My first FF and I are undoubtedly impressed! Using my A7ii with a Sony 35mm F2.8 Carl Zeiss Sonnar T * lens and the quality of these images is the best I've ever taken with a camera. Has a Sony A6000 but would for a long time get me a full-format with built-in image stabilization. Could not really justify the price earlier but now the first models of the A7 series have gone down so much in price so this is probably the best budget model for the purpose I had. I strongly recommend checking out the secondary market as there are many great deals to find there. Was lucky enough to get me in new condition for about 11,000 with a lens that cost 7,000 new in store! New price for just the camera house is 11 thousand! positives: Full-frame of course, the image quality turns all smaller crop sensors easily. (M4 / 3, I'm watching you, usch) Built-in image stabilization Small and smooth when traveling, weighs about 600g! Nice design WiFi / NFC, send photos easily to your mobile or computer and edit on-the-go. Perfect for vintage lens. Focus magnifier and IBIS make it a game! negative: Battery life is not the best. Rec. to always have me some extra battery. Not so expensive luckily. The screen is flexible but not flexible enough. However, is spoiled after using an a77 for several years. You can not adjust the shutter speed on the menu wheel as on an a6000 .. get a bit clumsy using the top rear and front wheels and you want to take a picture quickly. All in all, this is a wonderful camera with good image quality. The price is right for a full-format IBIS. Perfect for hobby enthusiasts who want to take their first step into the full-world.

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07/09/2018
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Sunrazor
The big vacuum cleaner? Clean the sensor is quite ok sometimes but not every other DJ ... once it's going to be photographed. The display is too sensitive to scratches and feels a bit wary in both glass and suspension. Whimsical icons and menus. Good performance on the sensor. Fine picture quality (when not dusty). Nice searcher. Good grip for my hands. Not really happy with the camera as a whole. Sony's warranties are handled under all criticisms.

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09/08/2018
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rymdrattan
Very good camera in almost every respect. The only thing I do not like about Sony is that the colors right from the camera (and camera profiles with RAW) are never as great as from a Canon camera.

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29/04/2017
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CarlWaterfall
Had a Sony A6000 ASP-C but wanted to get into the full-world and decided to stay in Sony. Like it's a bit heavier and it feels like a camera (compared with A6000). So far, I have not noticed anything negative with it and it meets all of my current requirements. A little pricey, unfortunately, but it is only.

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15/09/2016
I left SLR-worlds of selling my Nikon D7000 and entered speilløs-worlds of buying a long-awaited full frame camera. The choice fell on Sony A7II. The reasons I chose Sony A7II and I like the camera is: + Broadsheet + 5-axial image stabilization in the camera body for stable video images and crisp stills + Transparent menus + Custom extra buttons + Custom modification of functions for buttons and wheels + Electronic viewfinder with image information that turns on when you look into it + Tilt screen for low angles where one does not get used viewfinders + Durable + Panorama stitch function steering wheel + Fun camera to use! Minus the camera: A little short battery life; purchase extra batteries.

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