World's first Full-frame back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor with 42.4 megapixels
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Sony a7RII exceeds my expectations
I am an architectural photographer who has been using the a7R for the last year + using my Canon lenses with an adaptor and have been very pleased with the results. I was on the fence about the new a7RII when I heard about it because the a7R really has done a great job for me. I decided since I had a job coming up with some low light shooting requirements that I might benenfit from the new sensor, 5 axis stabilization & shutter dampening by purcashing the new model. The results turned out gre...View full Review
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Sharp-crisp-vivid images, and I easily switch this camera into manual mode and shoot like it's 1979 when I controlled all of the major photographic variables: aperture, shutter speed, ISO (used to be ASA...don't know or care). Then, as you're ready, a treasure trove of amazing features. It's worth the price of admission.
Love the size, weight, results, and quality.
I switched to Nikon from Canon in February 2015 and then switched from Nikon to Sony. I love this Camera and results. I have got more appreciation of my work since 6 months
Excellent little gadget. Nothing to complaint about, except the battery. Sony should design a new battery grip, which has a giant built-in Li-ion battery, instead of plug in two NPFW 50 like the current one.
There was a small amount of confusion about order. Somehow the order showed two lens of the same type. Billing had just gone thru but Stan quickly fixed the issue so the correct amount was billed to my act. in the final billing. Also bought extra battery and find that it does charge but does not indicate when it is full. Minor nuisance that I am living with. This camera uses up batteries fast so having three on hand would be a minimum for an average day of shooting and even then having a car charger in a good idea. Over all was a good experience and will purchase from Adorama again when the new Ziess Batis 18mm comes out.
Easy to use, takes great photos. only one negative in that it only has one SD card slot and although one can capture in both RAW and JPEG, programs like Apple's "Photos" pairs them and makes it difficult to edit or delete them separately.
I used to shoot with a canon 5d mark iii. I went back and forth debating whether I should make the switch or not. I finally did it and I don't regret it at all. It definitely took a little bit of adjusting to but nothing I couldn't handle. The viewfinder is amazing. The compact size makes carrying the camera around enjoyable and not such a drag. The battery does die after about 4-5 hours of shooting but it does come with two batteries which is amazing. If you have an external battery pack like a mophie you can charge via usb to the camera which is also helpful. I shoot raw uncompressed format which makes for huge files, usually around 80mb. Due to the sheer size of the files, I had to buy a really fast sd card. I was usually able to shoot about 6-8 photos before I had to pause and let the sd card write the data. Overall this camera did not disappoint. It does have a steep price but you definitely get what you pay for.
Perfect Kit combo especially for traveling photographer. Love it so far so good. I use to buy equipment at B&H but now I am all Adorama
The number of features and menus system can be overwhelming. Buy a good guide book that goes through all the feature. Image quality is great!!!
Love the camera , very quick focusing, beautiful photos , and small My wish is that Sony should offer zoom lenses with fast aperture y.k