Cinema5D and EosHD posted their reviews and test results of the new Sony a7RII mirrorless camera.
We did test the dynamic range and found there’s about 12.3 stops of dynamic range on the Sony A7RII. So that’s very nice. The A7S does about 11.8 in 4K (with an external recorder) and the Sony FS7 goes up to 12.4 in our tests.
It is amazing though to see this kind of quality recorded internally in such a small camera body. And the A7S was recorded in ProRes, so the XAVC-S codec on the A7RII is certainly doing a god job here. Wow!
EosHD published an article named “Hands on with the Sony A7R II”. He writed:
The 5 axis stabilised 42MP sensor appears at first glance to be a game changer. I have never known such a well balanced, high performance chip. It looks significantly less noisy at first glance than the Canon 5DS. I say Canon have a lot of catching up to do.
- Sony a7RII 4K High ISO Range Tests with Canon 70-200mm, 40mm f/2.8 STM
- Sony a7RII Low Light Focus Tests with Canon 70-200mm, 40mm f/2.8 STM
- First Shots with Sony a7RII and Sony a7RII Unboxing Videos
- Sony a7RII Unboxing Video, More Sample Images and Help Guide PDF Available
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