In line with its predecessor, Sony upgrades its popular prosumer, full-frame mirrorless camera with filmmakers and videographers in mind. Differing from the first generation, the all-new Sony A7s II offers internal 4K recording (3840 x 2160) at 24 or 30fps, while also using a full-frame sensor readout with no pixel binning at both 4K and 1080p resolutions. The result is sharper 4K video without unwanted moire or jagged edges.
The A7s II retains a number of popular features, including a 12-megapixel sensor, 409,600 ISO light sensitivity, 1080p video at 120fps, 5-axis stabilization and much more. On the other end, this shooter introduces the S-Log3 mode, allowing for 14-stops of dynamic range, on par with cinema cameras like the Arri Amira. Additionally, a new OLED electronic viewfinder with 0.78x magnification makes for easier manual focusing at night.
Although stateside pricing has yet to be revealed, the A7s II will hit the European market in November at €3,400 EUR (approximately $3,835 USD) for the body only. For more on this latest model, head over to Sony.com.