Sony A7R II (or Alpha 7R II) is the successor of Sony A7R. It's a mirrorless camera with Sony's largest resolution ever, with up to 42MP resolution, full-frame and many other advanced features.
There is no denying that the A7RII is a product of Sony's great ambition in the camera market, competing with other big names like Canon or Nikon. It has a powerful configuration with the latest Exmor R CMOS sensor with up to 42.4 MP resolution and 4K video recording capability.
The design of the A7R II is still based on A7's chassis. It measures 127x96x60 mm, weighs 625 grams, the outer shell is made of premium magnesium alloy against dust and moisture.
Compare the size between Sony A7R II and Canon 5DS
The A7R II front is made entirely of metal and the camera mount feels solid. It uses an E-mount mount and is compatible with a variety of Sony E and FE lenses, including Zeiss lens series. The handle grip is also made larger to make it easier to hold with the shutter button taken to the grip, while in other A-series models, the shutter button is on the top edge.
The back is a flip-screen LCD with a size of 3 inches, a resolution of 1.228 million pixels, giving better color and detail images, but displaying images in outdoor conditions is not as expected. Next is the 0.5-inch electronic viewfinder 2,359 million pixels for quite good colors. The buttons as well as the selected wheels are reduced and arranged quite reasonably.
Sony said, the A7R II uses a volumetric sensor integrated with the 5-axis SteadyShot anti-shake system. The sensor will vibrate when you move the camera and the ultra-fast AF Hybrid system will increase the focusing speed by 40% higher than the previous version, with 399 phase focus points, covering 45% of the frame and 25 auto focus point according to the contrast.
The A7R II sensor is coated with AR (anti-reflective) and optical filters, combined with Sony's BIONZ X image processing technology, to give the image the best sharpness and quality in any thing. any light It can record 4K 4K HD video in XAVC S format 100 Mbps 30p / 25p / 24p and full HD 1080p 50Mbps. The camera's continuous shooting speed is 5 frames per second.
Sony Alpha A7R II is equipped with OGA Tru-Finder XGA viewfinder with 0.78x magnification factor with 4-lens optical system on both sides of the bridge, giving you a beautiful view when looking through the viewfinder and sharper, clearer view. Sony claims 0.78x is the largest magnification ever for a digital camera.
The A7R II has a shutter with a durability of 500,000 times and promises less vibration than previous models. The new type of brake mechanism reduces pre / post vibration to about 50%.
This helps to create sharper images due to a significant reduction in camera shake when shooting. The A7R II also has a "silent" shooting mode, which uses an electronic shutter to remove all vibrations when taking photos.
ISO sensitivity is also maximized up to 102,400 and Wi-Fi / NFC wireless connectivity allows quick connection with peripherals via PlayMemories Mobile software.
Images shot in standard Creative Style and Neutral Creative Style modes
With Fullframe sensors, the machine can give the most sharp and realistic images with 7952×5304 pixels, 300 dpi pixel density, fast and accurate focusing speed.
Image quality at low ISO levels is quite good, but from ISO 1600 and above the image will start to experience noise. Fortunately, even at ISO the maximum amount of noise on the image remains at an acceptable level.
Below is a handheld video clip of 4K UHD / 30p Standard mode, ISO 800. Use 35mm f / 1.4 LensFE with audio recorded by the built-in microphone.
Sony A7R II gives users many outstanding new features that when compared to other Full-frame or non-mirrored models, the A7R II really shines.
For photography enthusiasts, especially in terms of camera resolution, you can choose 5DS or 5DSR but it's too bulky and limited ISO range.
But with the A7R II, you get great photos, impressive 4K video recording capabilities, a comfortable, comfortable and comfortable high-end camera feel. Professional and professional.
According to DigitalTrends, CameraLabs, Cnet