A fortnight ago, Sony got everyone talking with the launch of the full-frame Sony A7 II, an update to one of last year's most exciting cameras. The big change in the A7 Mark II is its five-axis image stabilization system, a world's first for a full-frame, interchangeable-lens camera. It also sports quite a few other changes: a re-styled body and handgrip, sturdier lens mount, better LCD monitor and tilt mechanism, and support for a new battery grip.
Notably unchanged, though, was its well-received imaging pipeline. The Sony A7 II…
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