Dpreview claims the Sony A7rII and A7II are better than the Canon and Nikon competition.


Dpreview claims that the newest generation of A7 cameras is better than the Canon and Nikon DSLR competition

  1. The best Semi-Pro Interchangeable Lens Cameras is the Sony A7rII. Dpreview writes:
    “The a7R II overcomes inherent issues of many DSLRs and especially the shortcomings of its predecessor, and the sum total of innovations and features help get the camera out of the way, allowing you to focus on image-making. While we still have concerns over ergonomics, and mirrorless cameras still have shortcomings for sports photography, one cannot deny the sheer photography-accelerating technical prowess of the a7R II.
  2. The best Full-Frame Interchangeable Lens Cameras within the $1200-2000 category is the Sony A7II. Dpreview writes:
    The mirrorless a7 II is more adaptable, accepting a wide range of 3rd-party lenses via adapters, and focusing many of them quickly and continuously using on-sensor phase detection. There’s a growing family of high quality native E-mount lenses as well. Low light Raw performance lags behind most full-frame cameras, but the JPEG engine is one of the most intelligent in terms of sharpness and noise reduction we’ve ever seen. While not everyone will appreciate its user experience (or short battery life), the a7 II is an attractively-priced camera for those new to full-frame.

Store links:
Sony A7rII at Amazon, B&H, Adorama, eBay.
Sony A7II at Amazon, B&H, Adorama, eBay.