Sony a7RII vs a7S Low Light Review

Cinema5D published the Sony a7RII vs a7S low light review. Many people want to know how good is the Sony A7RII in lowlight condition, especially compared to the Sony a7S. You know, Sony a7S retains it’s title of the King of Low Light Cameras. Everyone needs great low light performance mirrorless camera will choose the Sony A7s.

So, if Sony a7RII vs a7S in low light condition, what’s the result?

Conclusion from Cinema5D:

The Sony A7RII is good in terms of lowlight and certainly very good in comparison to many other 4K cameras out there.

The noise floor of the Sony A7RII vs A7s seems similar, but the footage is cleaner on the Sony A7s.

In terms of detail the Sony A7s can retain usable quality up into high ISO’s while the Sony A7RII lacks detail much sooner. We start to notice this in the shadow areas around 6,400-10,000 ISO. Shadow areas get washed out and become less usable even on an HD downconversion that we compare to the Sony A7s original as seen in the video above.

So, the result shows the Sony a7S is the better lowlight camera. The Sony a7S is still the King of Low Light cameras.

In Unite States:

Sony a7RII: $3,198 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

Sony a7S: $2,498 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

Sony a7R: $1,898 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

Sony a7II: $1,698 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

Sony a7: $1,198 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

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