Take a look at the reviews, videos and sample images of the Sony A7II camera, the Sony A7II was the Sony first FF Mirrorless camera to feature 5 axis image stabilization, take a look at the detailed
Sony A7 II video review bu Tony North-up
Review at F Stoppers
What I Liked
- In-body five-axis image stabilization works incredibly well for photos.
- The ergonomics are great. It fits well in your hand thanks to the beefy grip and is an all-around positive experience carrying it.
- The new forward-angled DSLR-like shutter button feels excellent to use.
- There are plentiful customizable buttons on the body.
- The all metal lens mount keeps the lenses feeling stiff and non-wobbly when mounted, a problem that some of the original Sony a7 and Sony a7R bodies have.
- Favorable price compared to the other cameras in the Sony a7 line.
Imagine resource also reviews the Sony A7II camera, take a look at the key points below…
- Superb JPEG image quality at low to moderate ISOs
- Excellent sharpness with few sharpening artifacts
- Very good dynamic range
- Very good high ISO performance, particularly in RAW files
- Excellent 5-axis image stabilization
- IS capabilities with nearly any lens, native or otherwise
- IS is great for stationary, handheld video
- Improved handgrip and ergonomics
- Improved start-up speed
- Stronger, all-metal lens mount and flange from A7S
- AF, particularly continuous AF, felt fast and was usable for fast-paced subjects in real-world testing
- Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC
- 50Mbps XAVC S format video
- 1080/60p or 24p clean HDMI output (4:2:2 8-bit)
- Simultaneous HDMI out + internal recording to memory card
- Very good print quality results
The Sony A7II also received sliver award from dpreview
The Sony a7 II, as stand-alone product, is very impressive. It offers a good 24MP sensor, in a smaller-than-a-DSLR package, with robust image stabilization, an articulating screen, a very high-res EVF/ LCD, plus a host of incredibly useful video features. Custom buttons and dials are also plentiful, AF accuracy is good, and it can even subject track with a reasonable degree of success.
Sony A7 II Sample Videos
Sony A7II Video with Leica 90mm Summicron R
Sony Alpha A7II Video Test
Here is a handheld 1080p / 60p, 50 Mbps XAVC video shot with the Sony A7II and the Zeiss FE 24-70 f4.
Sony A7II hand held footage testing stabilization
Handheld footage from the Sony A7II using manual lenses so effectively only getting 3-axis stabilisation rather than 5-axis that the camera is capable of. These tests are shot on boats, motorbikes and on the street to show how the camera may be used handheld without a tripod.
Images captured via Sony A7 II camera
Nicolamaiani – Yes, I did. Via ALL kit Nikon and Sony go with a new outfit . It was not an easy choice, or because I always took with Nikon, or because the Mirrorless Fullframe have little more than a year on the shoulders, but since the machines would arrive due to change anyway because at the end of life, I said, “why not change the system? New season, new system “. So here is that I have taken 2 Sony A7 II , the 55mm f1.8 Zeiss FE and the brand new 28mm f2.0 Sony FE (which I received on the day before the wedding). Here I added 2 flash Yongnuo YN-560 MKIII and their commander, the Yongnuo YN-560tx . And with that I went for my first marriage weblog Sony.
A visit to Nepal with Sony A7 II
via – nicolamaianiphotography
It’s not often I see a Sony on the photo pit, but this report was completely done with a Sony A7 II. Check it out if you may! (image captured by Marco Trigo – Photographer at PT jornal) Translated webpage of PT Jornal is here