Sony A7 II Full Frame Mirrorless Camera
Whether you’re shooting photos on your iPhone or your trusty DSLR camera, there’s one thing that everyone, across all devices experiences – camera shake. Sony is looking to make this a problem of the past with the second generation of their A7 camera.
The Sony A7 II full frame mirrorless camera is equipped with the same 24-megapixel sensor as it’s older brethren, but its 5-axis sensor stabilizer will keep your sensor still on the focal plane through the shakiest conditions. This system works with all lenses, including older manuals mounted using adapters, and will provide photographers with 4.5 stops of compensation. Other improvements include a more comfortable, redesigned grip and an autofocus system that is now 30 percent faster and provides 50 percent better tracking ability. The camera is set for a December 9th release date, and will retail for $1,699 without a lens. If you want the kit (comes with a 28-70 f3.5-5.6 OSS lens), you’ll have to pony up $1,999.
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