Sony expands its range of compact full-frame mirrorless cameras with the launch of the ultra-sensitive A7s II. The new shooter maintains the same 409,600 ISO setting as its predecessor, but adds support for internal 4K video recording, whereas the A7s relied on an external recorder for 4K, making it the camera’s biggest weakness. Those who passed on the model the first time around can also expect better video features as the A7s II uses a full-frame sensor readout with no pixel binning at both 4K and 1080p resolutions. In layman’s terms, that means you’ll get a sharper 4K video with no more jagged edges.
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- Source: Engadget