Sony A7 Mark II Mirrorless Full-frame Camera
Sony A7 Mark II is the world's first (and only, todate) mirror-less full-frame camera that incorporates 5-axis in-body image stabilization. That means, it dramatically expands your range of expression by compensating for five types of camera shake during handheld shooting of still images and movies.
Here's a summary of specs:
- World's first 5-axis in-body image stabilization in a full-frame camera.
- Use your favorite lenses without blur from camera shake.
- Capture stunning images with full-frame, 24.3MP resolution.
- Fast hybrid AF with phase-detection - 30% faster than a7.
- Compatible with Sony's E-mount lenses, and others with adaptors.
- High contrast, 2.4-million dot OLED EVF for eye-level framing.
- Record Full HD in XAVC S format up to 50Mb/s.
I bought this camera after all the rev reviews I've seen in the user community, both from professionals and amateurs' point of view. In fact, many of the professionals from the Canon camp have started using this camera as their daily prime for its size and flexibility. The only drawback to this camera is the lens lineup availability from Sony -- compared to the wide range of professional good L-lenses available from Canon. Also, to date, there is no perfect lens adapter that is available that will allow one to use existing Canon lenses without the sacrifice of auto-focusing speed and the likes.
I find this camera a good walk-around camera, and a backup to my Canon 5D Mark III full-frame camera.
NOTE: I do not work for Sony. All information made available here is based from my own findings and my own opinion.