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Mark Peters : November 21th 2014 - 20:55 CET

Sony A7 II


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SonySony Alpha A7 II full-frame digital camera : The new Sony A7 II Alpha camera is equipped with a full-frame Exmor CMOS image sensor with approximately 24.3 effective megapixels. High resolution and larger pixels enhance sensitivity and reduce image noise to release the full potential of lens’ optical performance. Images are rendered beautifully and bokeh effects attainable only with full-frame sensors become possible. Sturdy magnesium alloy construction of the top, front cover, and internal structures ensures that the camera is both durable and light. Main buttons and dials are also sealed to help keep out moisture and dust, and an interlocking double layered construction of media and port covers as well as body seams ensures greater moisture and dust resistance.
Sony A7 II

Sony A7 II Alpha camera
The Sony Alpha A7 II camera is designed to be used by photographers in any number of situations without having to worry about the safety of their cameras. The robust mounting structure easily handles large telephoto lenses and heavy video lenses. The Alpha A7 is loaded with an advanced BIONZ X image processing engine. The fast processing enabled by this engine enhances images in several ways, through - detail reproduction technology - which recreates natural-looking textures even in the minute details of an image; 'diffraction-reducing technology,' which prevents loss of detail when aperture stopped down; and “area-specific noise reduction,” which greatly reduces noise while maintaining exceptional detail and texture even under low light conditions such as night time and indoors.

Sony A7 II Alpha

White Magic LCD screen and XGA OLED Tru-Finder viewfinder
Grip shape and height keep the Sony Alpha camera steady even when using a large telephoto lens. The shutter button has been shifted toward the front, to a position that feels more natural for the user. This, along with the button’s increased size, helps reduce camera shake. Shooting comfort and convenience were a priority in design. Ten customizable buttons can be assigned to any of 56 functions. The tilting display features a White Magic LCD screen for exceptional visibility even under bright sunlight. The Sony A7 II body also features an XGA OLED Tru-Finder viewfinder with a 2.36 million dot equivalent resolution and high contrast, enabling faithful reproduction of setting adjustments, fine-tuned focusing using magnified display or peaking features, and bokeh effects.

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Enriched video recording functionalities with the full-frame sensor
The Sony A7 II features superior image quality and enriched video recording functionalities with the full-frame sensor and powerful BIONZ X image processing engine. In addition to recording in AVCHD Ver. 2.0 Full HD (1920×1080) 60p (50p)/60i (50i)/24p, the camera records in XAVC-S, a consumer format derived from the professional XAVC format. This offers outstanding Full HD video quality at a high bit rate of 50 Mbps. Long GOP compression is used, targeting differences between frames, along with the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 codec for video. For audio recording, linear PCM is used and files are saved in the MP4 format.

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Optical 5-axis image stabilization
Handheld low-light shooting at slower shutter speeds becomes possible, allowing for greater creativity and mobility without the need for a tripod. The camera’s in-body image stabilization is therefore effective even in combination with E-mount lenses without Optical SteadyShot (OSS). For A-mount lenses as well (using an optional mount adapter such as LA-EA4 or LA-EA3), camera shake is compensated for along five axes within the camera body. Users can therefore make the most of the beautiful rendering power of various α lenses with the Sony A7 II. Wi-Fi and NFC enabled for connectivity with mobile devices; support for PlayMemories Camera Apps that allow the camera to evolve even further.

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Sony A7 II price
The Sony Alpha 7 II price (body only) is set at €1.799,- (in Europe). Prices vary from country to country. The Sony A7 II will be generally available in Europe from January 2015. As soon as we receive a test sample, we will put this full-frame camera to the test and publish a Sony A7 II review.




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