Sony A7R II: Best prime lenses review

Featuring a whopping 42.4Mp resolution, the Sony A7R II mirrorless camera is one of the highest-resolution consumer cameras currently available. It’s also currently the only camera to feature a full-frame 35mm BSI (backside illuminated) sensor — technology that allows the photocells to capture a greater intensity of light, and in theory, maximize image quality.

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A small and lightweight hybrid camera boasting 5-axis in-body image stabilization, 399 on-sensor phase detection autofocus points, and 4K-video capture, the Sony A7R II has wide appeal for photographers who want to travel light and capture amazing image quality. The camera/sensor is only half the equation, however, and to maximize image quality, theSony A7R II’s high-resolution 42.4Mp sensor demands — and frankly deserves — top-quality glass to realize its potential.

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