Sony Alpha 7 II with 5-axis image stabilization: Full frame Mirrorless camera

Sony has released a new model of digital camera mirrorless Sony Alpha 7 II. This new model is equipped with a 24.3-megapixel full-frame sensor (35,8 × 23,9 mm).

The Sony Alpha 7 II mirrorless camera features the use of 5-axis image stabilization system. It allows you to compensate for the five types of camera movements: move up and down and left and right, tilt up and down and left-right rotation. This ensures high efficiency of stabilization. Furthermore, the removable lens of type mount E has built image stabilization system, it recognizes the camera and the system will use both at once, but when the camera system compensates only three types of camera motion.

Sony Alpha 7 II

Sony Alpha 7 II hybrid system is also equipped with an autofocus, which includes sensor 117 and the 25 phase contrast sensors. Autofocus operates about 30% faster than the model Alpha 7. However, 50% improved performance when tracking moving objects.

Sony Alpha 7 II

The novelty Sony Alpha 7 II implemented GPU BIONZ X, folding 3-inch display with a resolution of 1.2 million pixels, the viewfinder with a resolution of 2.4 million pixels, a hot shoe for an external flash. The device is able to increase the sensitivity up to ISO 25600, change the shutter speed to 1/8000 seconds and record video in Full HD 1080P resolution at 60 frames per second.

Sony Alpha 7 II

Camera Sony Alpha 7 II will go on sale in Japan at a price of $ 1,600. Information on the timing of the start of sales and costs in other regions not yet been reported. So, stay tuned for more updates.

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