Totally stoked to finally get my hands on my new 42mp Sony a7RII camera ($3,198 – Order Here) to put it through its paces on the streets of New York! I’ve already covered the key new features of the camera in my Sony a7RII Field Test Review – Part 1 in June, so it was a treat to simply go out and shoot for a couple days now that the RAW files are supported in Lightroom, Adobe Camera Raw and Capture One for Sony.
I didn’t really put high ISOs to the test in my first Field Test, so I was happy to see how clean ISO 12,800 when processing the a7RII RAWs in Lightroom CC.
â€¢ Sony a7RII Camera (Order from B&H)
â€¢ Sony FE 16-35mm f/4 ZA OSS Lens (Order from B&H)
â€¢ Sony A-mount 24-70mm f/2.8 ZA SSM II Lens (Order from B&H)
â€¢ Sony FE 55mm F1.8 ZA Lens (Order from B&H)
â€¢ Sony FE 90mm F2.8 Macro G OSS (Order from B&H)
â€¢ Sony FE 70-200mm F4 G OSS Lens (Order from B&H)
â€¢ Sony LA-EA3 Lens Mount Adapter (Order from B&H)
â€¢ Sony 64GB UHS-I SDXC Memory Cards (Class 10/U3) (Order from B&H)
â€¢ Quick Release Vertical L Bracket Plate LB-A7M2 for Sony a7II/a7RII (Order from eBay)
â€¢ Oben CT-3481 Carbon Fiber Tripod with BE-126T Ball Head (Order from B&H)
For more tips and tricks about getting the most out of your Sony a7 series camera, check out my new book ‘Sony a7-Series: From Snapshots to Great Shots’.
It’s your guide to all of the Sony a7-Series cameras including the new a7RII. While the camera manual explains what the camera can do, it doesnâ€™t show how to use the camera to create great images! Starting with the Top Ten things users need to know about the cameras, author Brian Smith, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and Sony Artisan of Imagery, carefully guides you through the operating features of Sony a7, a7R, a7S, a7II and a7RII and how to use them. Get practical advice from a pro on which settings to use when, great shooting tips, and assignments at end of chapter to practice what youâ€™ve just learned.