Chris and Jordan from TheCameraStoreTV tested the new Sony A7II. They also invited Canon photographer Kyle Marquardt to review the camera and you will have to watch the video to find out if a Canon PRO photographer can be…converted :)
Also Luminous Landscape got their hands on the A7II and writes:
Less than a week with a new camera isn’t enough for my kind of testing. But even such a short period of time has shown me that with the A7 MKII Sony has finally hit its stride in terms of refining the NEX / A7 design paradigm. The early mistakes of dreadful user interface and awkward controls is now mostly past, and instead the A7 MKII has emerged as one of the most usable mirrorless cameras on the market. The fact it is also smaller and lighter than some Micro Four Thirds and APS-C cameras while offering a much larger and in many cases higher resolution sensor just clinches the deal. With its IBIS the MKII will appeal to a great many users of third party lenses as well as Sony’s A series lenses via an adaptor such as the LA-EA4.
Sony Alpha a7II (Body Only) for $1,698 at Amazon, BHphoto, Adorama, SonyStore and Sony Store Canada.
Sony Alpha a7II with FE 28-70mm OSS Lens for $1,998 at Amazon, BHphoto, Adorama, SonyStore.
Sony 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 G SSM II Lens for $1,148 at BHphoto.
Sony Alpha a7II (Body Only) for 1.799 Euro at Sony Germany, Sony UK, Jessops UK, Sony France, Sony Italy, Sony Spain, Sony Austria, Sony Switzerland, Sony Netherland, Sony Belgium, Sony Portugal, Sony Sweden, Sony Finland, Sony Norway.
Sony Alpha a7II with FE 28-70mm OSS Lens for 2.099 Euro at Amazon Germany, Wex UK, Jessops UK, Verkkokauppa.