Sony re-introduce the type of mirrorless cameras with full-frame sensor, this time named A7R Mark II is the successor of the previous model, A7R.
A7R Mark II offers a number of improvements such as increased sensor resolution of 36 megapixels to 42 megapixels. There is also the feature “damper wobble” or 5-axis image stabilizer that is integrated in the body A7R Mark II, as well as on his brother, the A7 Mark II.
Full-frame sensor belongs A7R Mark II is the first in the world with technology Back-Side Illumination (BSI). Sony claims that the BSI allows the sensor A7R Mark II has a high resolution and high sensitivity to light as well, with levels reaching 102,400 ISO.
Sector performance also came under the spotlight with the phase-detect AF point as many as 399 pieces are embedded directly into the image capturing sensor.
This component is called improve the response speed of autofocus by 40 percent compared to the predecessor models.
Other features include shutter with a life span of 500,000 times the snap, Wi-Fi connectivity and NFC, silent shooting, electronic viewfinder with magnification 0,78X, magnesium shell, as well as the recording of 4K video in various formats such as Super 35 and full-frame.
A7R Mark II capabilities must be redeemed at a high price. This camera plan would be priced 3,200 dollars and go on sale in August.