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While its huge pixel count makes the A7R II a serious DSLR alternative for landscape and portrait pros, the impressive AF performance and video features give it much wider appeal
The Sony A7R II is a remarkable camera, both on paper and in practice. Offering a mouth-watering list of desirable features, the A7R II delivers on almost all of its promises
We believe any enthusiast photographer will be extremely pleased with its extensive capabilities, and most importantly, the results that pop up on your monitor or those from your printer
Portrait, wedding, event, newborn and, generally, photojournalistic shooters with heavy demands on accurate AF with fast lenses. Landscape shooters wanting the freedom of various lens families.
The Sony A7R II hits the mark. It’s as simple as that. This time, Sony has managed to make a camera that will make even the most staunch DSLR lovers reconsider their preferences. This is a huge accomplishment by itself.
the Sony A7R II is capable of producing stunning results that can seriously rival some of the best DSLRs on the market today.
With better performance, a better design and an expanded feature set over the original A7R, it really is worth the upgrade if you've got reason to consider it.
a full-frame sensor, the range has offered image quality similar to some of the very best DSLRs
The A7R II is also the world's best camera for classical concert photography: completely silent, not noisy like a LEICA
the Sony A7R II takes it to the next level with a more comfortable body, an impressive on-chip phase detection autofocus system, five-axis in-body image stabilization, better third-party lens support and in-camera 4K video capture.