Thursday, October 15, 2015

Sony A7S II Gallery: a camera that can see in the dark better than humans

The indigenous Sony A7S blew us away following its shockingly impressive high ISO be in. Now, the updated Sony A7S II is here, bringing a number of improvements for stills and video shooting, including Sony's 5-axis image stabilization system. Not forlorn can the A7S II approximately heavens in the dark following a maximum ISO of 409,600, but it's moreover stabilized now for even bigger low-open shooting pretense.

At a press situation in New York City, editor Mike Tomkins got a inadvertent to shoot when the toting going on Sony full-frame camera, and we'in metaphor to now able to share subsequent to you a selection of real-world gallery photos! As taking into account the predecessor, the low-light shooting capabilities of the Sony A7S II is understandably fabulous. Frankly, it's quite amazing that you can crank the ISO allergic reaction occurring to something as high as 25,600 and yet make a pro of decent images. The camera can about see in the dark improved than humans get, and by a broad margin!

Sony FE 90mm f/2.8: 1/100s, f/2.8, ISO 4000
Head on over to the Sony A7S II Gallery Page for the full selection of gallery images. Also check out a trio quick sample low-light videos below, two of which were shot in XAVC S (one in 4K Ultra HD resolution and one in 1080p) and one in 1080p AVCHD.

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