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Posted 06/06/17
Todd and Cory from B&H travel to the Monticello Motor Club in New York to test out the new GM 100-400mm and G 12-24mm lenses on the Sony A9 and Sony A7R II.
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Posted 02/09/16
In this head-to-head comparison, it's the a7R II and a7S II mirrorless still cameras up against the cinema-ready FS7 video camera. With 4K recording in all three cameras, how do still cameras compare to a dedicated video camera in quality, ergonomics
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Posted 01/03/16
Our last part in the comparison of the Sony a7R II and a7S II, Doug from B&H summarizes the previous two videos and goes over what makes each camera truly amazing. Despite their differences, the choice is ultimately yours to make!
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Posted 01/03/16
The Sony A7R II has an incredible 42MP full frame, Exmor R, back illuminated CMOS sensor, with 5 axis SteadyShot in-body image stabilization and the A7S II has all those same specs and features but with a 12.2MP sensor.
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Posted 10/15/15
In the following video, both Larry Becker and Mia McCormick dive headfirst into the astounding feature set of the Sony Alpha a7R II Mirrorless Digital Camera, a monster 42MP full-frame camera that squeezes in internal 4K video recording capabilities. First, Becker covers the high-resolution stills features, detailing the incredible photo quality with a wide ISO range, good dynamic range, and fast autofocus. Also, the redesigned body is described and reviewed in detail, including the new shutter design, EVF, and 5-axis image stabilization. McCormick takes over for the video side of things, reviewing the UHD recording, full-frame and Super 35 modes, and the XAVC S format. Additionally, the pair offers insight into a variety of other features, settings, and options that will help you understand this camera completely. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 08/14/15
The new Sony a7R II Mirrorless Digital Camera  was the star of the show during a live-streaming panel discussion, hosted by B&H, with noted professionals discussing their impressions after using this outstanding camera. We’ve compiled five “takeaways” from the conversation, highlighting the camera’s unique features. The a7R II is the product of two years of intense evolutionary development from a company listening to its customers and incorporating features from the previous a7 models to create a camera without compromise for all photographers and videographers. Sony makes all of the components that go into the a7R II.   Sony has responded to feedback from its customers and created a fast Hybrid Autofocus system with 399 Phase-detection points, spread throughout the frame, and 25 Contrast-detection points. AF and AE tracking has been enhanced and eye-point focus is available for sharp portraits. In addition to the quickly growing set of dedicated Sony FE lenses, autofocus is also supported on newer Canon EF lenses.   The a7R II provides incredibly high ISO sensitivities. Its low ISO capture is virtually noise free and its dynamic range is the equal to any camera available. With a 42.4MP image, there is more flexibility to down-scale and apply noise reduction to match the low light ability of the a7S.   Internal 4K video capture!   Compact size is important, but ergonomics and functionality are more so. The a7R II provides a larger, more stable grip and the updated magnesium-alloy body has improved weather sealing and a robust lens mount for working with large lenses. Shutter vibration is significantly reduced and a silent mode is supported.
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