SONY a7 II Mirrorless Camera – Body Only
£832.00 ex. VAT £998.40 inc. VAT
- 24.3 megapixels
- Full-frame 35 mm / 35.8 x 23.9 mm CMOS sensor
- Built-in WiFi / NFC
- 3″ tiltable LCD screen
Equipped with a 35 mm full frame 24.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, the Sony a7 II Mirrorless Camera delivers highly detailed images with low noise, an extremely wide dynamic range and subtle graduations. Powered by a BIONZ X processor, the a7 II offers speed and precision while faithfully reproducing natural textures and details.
The a7 II gives you the freedom to shoot thanks to the innovative 5-axis image stabilisation, the first of its kind featured on a full-frame mirrorless camera. This highly effective image stabilisation technology compensates for five different types of camera shake for greater confidence when zooming, snapping close-ups and capturing night scenes.
Track your subject with speed and accuracy thanks to high-performance Fast Hybrid AF, which lets you get the most from the full-frame sensor. This AF system delivers an extremely high-speed response, highly accurate prediction and wide area coverage for autofocusing and tracking you can rely on.
For capturing fast moving subjects the a7 II offers fast 5 fps continuous AF/AE shooting with sharp, well-exposed results. An improved algorithm accurately predicts subject movement for steady tracking even when shooting continuously.
Capture high quality video in Full HD at 50 Mbps with the high bit-rate XAVC S format which offers high image quality with minimal noise, while the high sensitivity range brings dark scenes to life.
Playback images and video with the 3” LCD screen, which conveniently tilts upwards and downwards for a comfortable viewing angle. This flexibility offers excellent versatility when shooting creatively at low or high angles.
Instantly upload and share thanks to NFC and WiFi connectivity which lets you connect wirelessly to an NFC enabled smartphone or tablet with just one touch.
The Sony’s range of PlayMemories Camera apps give you extra functionality such as creating a photographic album, experimenting with effects or turning your smartphone into a remote.