Every story has two sides. Here is one side of one story. This story is about Amir Zakeri and his Sony A7SII. Amir uploaded a video to YouTube where he is complaining about how Sony’s treating him (and his camera). Here is the story according to Amir:
See How The A7SII Compares To The Human Eye In Low Light Conditions
The Sony A7SII is a marvel of low light performance. With native ISO of 100-102400 it rivals military grade night vision. Youtube user VideoArt GR created a video comparing what we see with the naked human eye vs. where we can go bumping the ISO of the A7SII. The test was made with a Rokinon 50mm t1.5 cine lens at an ISO range of 64.000- 160.000 (the last shot went up to 256.000), and no noise reduction was added in post production.
This is the impact Sony’s New Uncompressed Raw Firmware Will Have On Your Photos
About a week ago, Sony announced that the A7RII and the A7SII will gain the ability to record uncompressed 14-bit RAW still images. This is a change vs. the previous ability to record only compressed RAW files at 14 bits.
DPreview did a thorough analysis on the difference between those two options and sure enough there are two significant factors to be considered.
Sony α7S II To Sport 14-bit RAW; Available for a7r II Via Firmware Update
The team over at AlphaUniverse shared today that Sony has announced to make the a7S II will ship with the ability to capture uncompressed 14-bit RAW still images. The feature will be user selectable by providing the photographer with the option to shoot compressed 14-bit RAW or uncompressed 14-bit RAW.[Read More…]
Sony a7S II announced; packs internal 4K video and other awesome specs
Sony has been on a roll in recent years and its latest release in the a7-series is no exception.
Featuring an ISO range expandable to 409,600, 4K video recording, 5-axis optical image stabilization and an improved AF system, the Sony a7S II is sure to be a hit.
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