Impressive how the DPReview team is all over this topic producing important and non biased data and facts in a timely manner and in a very understandable format. I think this post may be the very first hands-on update of Sony's new 14 bit uncompressed file format. Thank you ! No matter the opinions on this topic good, bad or indifferent, as an a7rII owner myself I am more than pleased that Sony is listening to the consumer and reacting very quickly, not an easy task for a gigantic company. I think we Sony mirrorless photogs have a very interesting future ahead of us.
These video reviews are very good. The one for Canon 7D2, then the Sony A6000 and now this one for the Nikon 7200. Keep up he good work DPReview!
*** In case you missed it: 'magnify' in playback now magnifies the AF point used at capture, rather than simply magnifying the center of the frame. No more scrolling over to the point of interest in playback to check focus; you now have one-click (albeit somewhat laggy) magnification of what was focused on. This extends to all three cameras: a7R II, RX100 IV, and RX10 II.
Thank you for pointing this out. I will find this feature very helpful
'Going Home" Bravo ! Congratulations DawnNorris.
I very much enjoyed this video. Much like I enjoyed the Canon 7D2 video. Keep up the good work DPreview. I hope to see more of these type videos in the future. Very informative to see how others are making magic with our cameras in real life.
"which offers a fast maximum aperture of F2.8 throughout its zoom range"
Applying the crop factor, is this new lens really an equivalent f2.8 "throughout its zoom range" or is it really equivalent to 24-83mm f4.2 ?
Tamron 150-600. I use the Amount version with the Sony A77II camera. Who could have imagined birding at 600mm FL( or 900mm FL, Sony 1.5 crop) for just over $2K for both camera and super tele !
Excellent reference. Well written, easy to understand. Thank you! This will be my go-to reference on this topic.