Sony Alpha a7R
Announced Oct 16, 2013 •
36 megapixels | 3″ screen | Full frame sensor
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By: Angrymagpie (5 hours ago)
It seems that Sony does not advertise the A7R ii as having a dust & moisture resistant construction Although the language they use to advertise for such a 'feature' on cameras bodies which have it (a6300/6500, A9/A7R iii) tends to be very cautious, the fact that I couldn't find it at all on the A7R ii page is interesting Is this consistent with their promotional materials found elsewhere? A7R iii's page A6500's page Couldn't find the same thing on A7R ii's page, even though...
By: wronglyNeo (12 hours ago)
I’m planning on getting an A7RIII, and I was reading some reviews online praising the eye-af in AF-C mode. That made me wonder if eye-af follows the general setting of the focus mode, or if it is possible to have eye-af always operate in AF-C, regardless of what the camera is set to otherwise.
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By: skyhound (4 weeks ago)
So I've been using the Sony A7SII for both video and photo for a while now. Main reason I got the A7SII over any other Sony camera is that I got it used for a very good deal. I recently got a gimbal - and now pretty much 50% of all gimbal shots are out of focus because of the A7SII's horrible autofocus. That and the 12MP for stills made me decide to switch. Here are my options: 1.) a6500 with lenses. If I feel like I miss Full Frame, get a used A7, A7II or A7R as a dedicated stills...
By: AudiiDudii (1 month ago)
I seem to recall the difference I measured between the depth of the A7R and A7RII grips was around 8.4mm. But that was a few years ago now and I am not certain that figure is accurate. As best I can tell from the photos I've seen online, it appears the A7RIII's grip is even deeper still compared to the A7RII. The reason I am asking because I plan to rent an A7RIII for a few days sometime during the next few months to compare it to my A7R. To the extent it's possible, I'd like to get a...
Hi All, With the exception of the Sony a6300 I'm primarily a Nikon shooter. That being said I'm open to any brand so long as it suits my purpose. Prior to getting the a6300 I read a lot about "WYSIWYG" with respect to the EVF in general. However, in practice I found it to be difficult to use in outdoor bright sunlight. Everything is just hard to see. Indoors is a whole different ball game though and I definitely notice the advantage of the WYSIWYG. My question is.... is their a world of...
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