Last Updated on August 29, 2015 by PixelPluck
The Sony a7R II Is The New King Of Sensors.
The trusted DxOMark tested backside-illuminated full-frame sensor in the Sony a7R II camera — a world’s first. And as expected, the sensor received the highest overall quality score ever awarded by the testing lab. Sony a7R II received a DxOMark score of 98, setting a new benchmark and taking the top spot from the Nikon D810, which is just a point behind at 97 (Nikon are you listening?). It’s also 3 points higher than its successor, the original Sony a7R, which scored a 95 which is a great improvement.
Check out the Hands on And basic Sony a7R II review here.
Here are the scores by DxOMark,
Here is a detailed score based upon the Color Depth, Dynamic Range and Low light Capability.
Here are the quick specifications for Sony a7Rii.
- The Sony A7R II measures 5.0 x 3.8 x 2.4” / 126.9 x 95.7 x 60.3mm and weighs 22.05 oz / 625g.
- It is available now at around $3,200 (USD).
- 42-Mpix full-frame R Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor
- Built-in 5-axis stabilization platform
- 399 on-chip phase-detect points
- ISO102,400 and EFC (electronic front curtain)
- Reduced vibration shutter
- Bionz X image processor
- Continuous shooting up to 5 fps.
- 2.36M-dot OLED EVF
- 3.0-inch 1.3M-dot tilting LCD UHD
- 4K video at 30/25/24 fps, HD up to 60 fps
- Built-in WiFi with NFC
Sony A7R II vs Nikon D810 vs Canon EOS 5DS : Significant improvement in DR at high ISOs can be noticed.
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