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Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 157 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    OMG!!!

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    Bronxite
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    This is my first major investment into one of my hobbies, and the most expensive one, photography. Was going to go DSLR with my first major investment but went Mirror-less... I don't have previous experience with anything that's not a cyber-shot camera or an iPhone - so my opinion on this product is that from someone who's never used a professional camera. To start, I was worried, but this mirror-less camera meets and probably exceeds the quality and features provided by its DSLR counterparts AT A MUCH LOWER COST. It’s because of the savings that I was not too worried. I wanted my first purchase to be an introductory level item (a good one) before I purchase one of the toys for "big boys". I bought the Sony A7 II (body) and I also got the Sony 18-105 mm G F4 lens last week during Black Friday (no discount though :( - grrr) ...and Since that Black Friday, I've been playing with this camera any chance that I get... my 5-year-old hates me right now. I don't know where to start... first, this camera allows me to take professional grade pictures. I believe I can take my son to the park, take pictures, and then get away with telling my friends I paid a professional photographer $1000 for that photo session - and they will believe me. Even though its much lighter than the DSLRs I’ve handled during my research it still feels solid. There is balance between its construction and design - like its ergonomically designed to be held in a photographer's camera handling posture - I really don't know how to say it but there is some sort of natural feel to it while I’m taking pictures - not too heavy - not to light... just right. The functions, the buttons they WERE just too overwhelming for me. Again, I'm new, I just look for the flower icon to take close-up pictures. But I’m sure those who are at this level know how to properly use this buttons and functions. Fast forward a few days, I have read the manual, done some google-ling, done some tutorials and just want to say that after you read the manual. the buttons and functions are not that intimidating at all. in fact, I found it easy to learn. The learning curve is not too steep for a novice. Listen, there are two ways to use this camera, one takes excellent pictures - the other takes even better pictures... You can take this baby out the box and just put it on auto and call it a day because you will be taking very good pictures. But I just don't want to be an auto-focus guy... I want to take it to the next level and learn/apply every feature available in this camera. I want to be able to push it and basically use it to the extent it was designed for. Right now, I’m just up to the level where I am conscious that you must properly set the ISO /F stop / shutter speed for your shots. I just need to remember which settings best apply to the picture I want to take. I believe that will come with practice. Like I said, I don't want to be the auto-focus guy but it will be impractical to manually set your camera for every shot... but the gist is... I want to be able to know how to do it manually - when I feel it needs to be done manually. This camera gives me this opportunity. it has exceeded my minimal expectation of quality and ease of use, the pictures are sharp, the colors are crisp, pictures at 10-12 megapixel are already professional grade - you get 24.3 megapixel, unless you are printing banners and posters to hang on the side of buildings you really don't need anything higher. If anything, else - you can't go wrong with the Sony brand. Other Features: By the way, I’m not too much into recording movies but I did record my son and niece acting silly and I also recorded a drive around the neighborhood. To be honest, it looked like a movie - all I needed was lighting/filters and mics and it would've looked official. Videos are recorded in HD. Has an image stabilization feature which I believe is working as intended because my stills are blur-less - you can still pay $500 of a gimbal - but you are at that level you probably need a higher end camera - unless you want to get it just to get it. but you can also use a tripod and a shutter remote which is probably the cheapest alternative if the image stabilization feature is not enough for you. It is Wi-Fi capable - I’m not too happy with how this was implemented (or maybe I’m just using it wrong) I expected the camera to show up as another node on my network. One where I can double click and open folders and copy pictures over. I'm finding you cannot do this. The way it works is that you need to download an app from Sony so you can import photos using a wireless connection. TOOOOOO SLOOOOW (again I might be doing it wrong but that transfer rate is too slow) Currently, I’m connecting it via USB to my pc to transfer pics from camera to computer. I placed an order for an NFC reader where, theoretically, I should be able to just lay the camera on top of it and it will transfer the pictures to my pc - wirelessly via the NFC connection. Battery: I’ve read lots of bad reviews - but I had to try for myself before I jump on the band wagon. The battery does get drained fast which is why I don’t understand why this product doesn't come with an external power adapter. The Sony brand costs about $90, the cost of a good substitute is about $30-40. Being the battery life is so poor you figured they would throw that in there just to distract you from the fact that your batteries can potentially drain in 1-2 hours of heavy use. What I’m not going to do is chastise the quality of this camera because of the poor battery life. It is an electronic device - more bells, more whistles = more power needed. By the way, I did order two spare batteries with charger and an external power adapter (not the Sony brand because I’m already over my budget on this toy... and i'm still spending over budget). Until I found a 6 ft. long micro USB cable, I had to use the very short micro USB cable, which came in the box, to charge my battery. I have to connect it to the camera just to charge my batteries - which make me uncomfortable because someone can knock it down and basically this camera is a $1500 camera not a $1500 battery charger. The camera needs to be packed up in its, very protective carrying case, far away from the potential harm of curious friends and family members who want to touch the nice new stuff you just bought, while the battery is charging via a normal battery charger (can’t wait until it gets here). Anyway, that's my recommendation - get an external power adapter and at least 2 extra batteries with charger so that you and your camera can get a good night’s sleep. TL; DR I'm am extremely happy with this camera. It definitely fits my needs, my level of expertise and usages - about 99% pictures and maybe 1% videos (as of now). After 3 days of playing with it... I was sold so I went and purchased the Sony - HVL-F45RM External Flash (2 of them) - Which I recommend you buy 1 if any for your camera. It will also serve as a controller for wireless external flashes if you ever want to buy more. The wireless controller costs a bit less than this external flash but for a few bucks more might as well get the F45RM. My next major purchase will be the Sony - G Master FE 85 mm F1.4 Lens ($1800 at time of this post) ... probably sometime next year (I can’t wait) unless there is some major price drop soon or Best Buy offers some 1/2 price promotion - other than that it's a waiting game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Pro Camera with Consumer Oriented Features.

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    iso500
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    As a professional photographer, who has recently switched from traditional DSLR camera bodies, to the new wave of mirrorless cameras, this new Sony a7ii model, is packed with pro functionality, without the price tag! At just under $2k, this camera blows away everything in it's price point and up to around $5k. The body is rock solid. (I actually dropped it the first day I purchased it, from about 3feet in the air, and it bounced around 3 times on parking lot pavement, and I only ended up the a scratched lens hood?). The weather sealing is excellent, all around. The dials and function buttons are laid out in a very usable way, and can be customized to fit a very simple or complex workflow. The viewfinder is very sharp, with great color. The LCD back panel has a "retina" display look about it. I coupled it with a Zeiss 24-70mm f4, and the image quality is superb, with robust color, contrast, and sharpness. It's like having the rich tonality of a Canon 5d, with the sharpness and dynamic range of a Nikon full frame. The 5axis sensor stabilization, and the ability to retro-fit Canon and Nikon glass, are 2 amazing features that put this camera body in a class of it's own. Sony is paving the way for future mirrorless technology!! I would recommend this to a beginner because, the improved workflow through the camera's functionality allows a new photographer to concentrate more on composition and lighting, and not have to worry about frustrating things like making sure that your subject is in focus, due to it's face detection technology. Novice photogs will also benefit from AUTO mode, due to the factory programming preference, that prioritizes a fast shutter speed, so that good focus and exposure are achieved, with little to no thought process from the camera operator. But, I also recommend this camera to experienced and professional photographers, due to the light weight, smaller footer print, and the customization of menus and buttons for providing a very intuitive and efficient workflow(focus magnification, focus peaking, face detection, face registration, Direct Manual Focus, back button focus, etc.) This is truly the most under rated camera by far, due to the fact that it is so ingenious, that most people are clueless to it's true potential.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great enthusiast full frame for the money

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    Karn
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    I already have an A7S (purchased used at a third of the retail cost), an amazing camera that really does see in near dark. I also shoot Nikon (crop sensor), which I use for wildlife. I've wanted a full frame camera for a long time, and picked this one up in an open box sale. It's not the latest tech (I think it's going on 3yo) camera, but it still seems to keep up at the very least with other 24 MP in its price range. I love the Sony cameras - I find they are a pleasure to shoot, and the in-body stabilization of the series 2 is a real bonus. I use legacy lenses on both my sonys, I also own two sony lenses. Legacy lenses are best used in manual mode without spending the $$ on an adapter. A $20 adapter will allow you to use cheap but very high quality legacy glass. Just amazing quality, and addictive. If you want faster autofocus though, and all that sony offers in a system, sony glass is the way to go. I have the basic 1.8 50 mm lens (slowish, not horrible optics), and the 24-70 4.0 Sony ziess (bought used for a good price). There is the drawback - sony lenses seem to be a bit pricier than their Nikon and Canon counterparts, but you can find them discounted if you keep looking. The 7ii has pretty good video capabilities including formats and settings that produce high quality and deep dynamic range in 1080p (no 4K). The shutter is loud in this camera, but doesn't seem much louder than my nikon. You can't shoot in silent mode like you can with the a7s or a7r series. I really enjoy the EVF and ability to use focus peaking with non-sony lenses. The viewfinder screen, which allows to to view at limited angles is good enough, but not as advanced as other cameras. I used to own a samsung nx300, which had a superior touch screen (it was ahead of its time). I'm still learning the camera, but pleased so far - and it really is a great FF for the money. Would I prefer the A7rii? Yes. But even at discount they are about $1600 more than what I paid for this camera. I'll live with what I have for now and spend money on lenses. One big issue I have with the second series sony cameras though, which is why I dropped one star: the firmware (currently 4.0) is a "star eater" - look it up. One of my passions is night photography - the A7s is great for that, and still out performs the newer A7ii and possibly the A7rii. It also has the older firmware, which does not eat stars - and is so much better for astrophotography. On that topic: while the A7s is known for low noise at higher ISO, the A7ii is no slouch. Another complaint people have is that RAW is still minimally processed with the sony cameras. I'm still trying to find out what that means for me. But there are a lot of people who use sony professionally, and find a way to create amazing images.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Camera ... Poor Geek Squad Warranty

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    SonyA7II
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    Love the camera but not the $300 Geek Squad Warranty! Second email sent to BestBuyLeaders: BestBuyLeaders, I was on a Chat this morning to determine the status of the attached email. Was it received? When can I expect a response. I was referred to 1-888-237-8289 … they put me in contact with the local Corona Geek Squad … their response was as expected, “ They could do NOTHING and that 'Precision Camera' has the final word on an exchange and/or replacement" Another waste of my time in an attempt to get this issue resolved/addressed. Original email sent to BestBuyLeaders: BestBuyLeaders, I’ve had my Sony A7II in for service 3 time, the camera intermittently fails to focus properly ... and each time your service provider “Precision Camera” only response is that they Cleaned, Calibrated and checked the Software Release. When I take the camera out and shoot a couple thousand PICs I find that the camera continues to intermittently not focus properly. I shoot with both manual and auto focus lenses. I take multiple HDR, Focus Stacking and Panoramic PICs. If one of the numerous PICs I take are out-of-focus the merging, stacking and/or stitching of photos fail to provide the expected results. I shoot a Sony RX100V, Sony A7II (in for repair 3 times) and a Nikon D850. I am retired and have been an avid photographer for 15 years. I know when a camera is not performing as expected/advertised etc. My local Geek Squad state that “Precision Camera” has the last word and an exchange or replacement is out of their hands. I don’t like spending $300 for a 3 Year Warranty or $300Warranty/$1700Camera=18% of the Purchase Price and finding that the Warranty is not worth the paper it is written on. I plan on taking a 9 month trip this summer, starting April 1st, to Canada and Alaska … I need a camera I can depend on. Your assistance in resolving this issue is appreciated. I’ve attached my recent Geek Squad Chat and included the Service Order Numbers in the Subject Line.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fabulous camera!!!

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    Marrow
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    I shoot Canon 5Dmkii with a series of EF prime EF lenses. I was looking for a smaller camera for when I didn't want to lug around a DSLR. I wanted a Mirrorless camera so I did my research and opted for the Sony a6000. I was so impressed with that camera that I upgraded to the Sony A7ii. This camera is incredible. For those non photographers out there you can just put this baby in auto and just let it do its thing. For those of you that understand photography, Thanks to the 5 axis stabilization you can handhold this camera at 1/5th of a sec and not have any issues. Sharp!!! It's simply magical. I've only purchased one Sony lens. The 28mm f2. Love that combination!! I also invested in the Photodiox canon to e-mount adapter so I can use all my canon lenses. The autofocus is considerable slow so sports is def out of the question. But at least I don't have purchase a whole new Arsenal of glass. If you're on the fence about this camera trust me you'll have no regrets. Sony is stepping up the game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great travel camera

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    mgphoto
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    I am a Canon 5D Mark 3 shooter who bought this Sony a7ii as a lighter weight travel alternative. I tried point and shoot cameras but they just didn't take the quality of photos that I was looking for. This camera is almost as good as my Canon 5DM3 but not quite as good in low light but it's a trade off I'm willing to make when I am traveling. The smaller size makes up for it. I bought the 55mm Sony lens and have been very happy with the clarity I get with this combination of camera and lens. In normal shooting instances it's on par with my Canon 5DM3 and the Canon 50mm L series lens. I guess if I had to complain about anything it would be the lack of Sony prime lenses that are available for the Sony a7ii. I do understand that there are new lenses being released this year which should help. I have used some of my Canon lenses with this camera using an adapter. The results aren't as good as I had hoped. Autofocus isn't available on all of them and when it does work, it's slow so I usually end up manually focusing. Overall I'm very happy with the image quality and portability of this camera and would definitely recommend it to others looking for a full frame, lightweight travel alternative to a large DSLR.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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      Hi mgphoto, we're very glad to hear you like the camera. We recommend using the A-mount lenses that you can also connect via an adapter for more choices. Thanks_Mitch Sonystyle

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    LOVE it!

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    PlayerNo13
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    Please note that I am fairly new to photography when weighing the importance of this review... After considering the a6000 and a6300 we ended up choosing the a7ii. This camera was chosen because we were upgrading from the a5000, and it is a huge jump in features. The a7ii won out because of the full frame sensor and decided that the in-body stabilization was an important feature the old camera had that we wanted to keep. The weatherproofing is an added bonus and has already been appreciated with all this rain. So far I am still getting acquainted with the new controls so cannot offer too much insight. However, I do like being able to customize the programmable buttons! The only negative that I have thus far is it feels like the auto focus is constantly roaming trying to find something to lock onto. Now this is most likely due to the cheap lens (SEL50F18FE) that I have attached to it. I will update when I have more information. I have not given it 5 stars simply because it has not been tested enough to grant.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Switched all my Canon pro gear to Sony

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    jblphotography
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    After 8 months of research I sold 6 of my L series lenses and 2-5dM2 bodies to start shooing with the mirrorless Sony. And couldn't be happier. The camera is faster focusing and cleaner RAW and jpg files than I've ever seen out of a digital camera. And the reduced size, weight, and price tag are a joy to both my shoulders and my wallet. Features like built in wi-fi and OLED viewfinders to be able to preview my images before I shoot is amazing and makes for a higher number of useable shots. I'm also thrilled to have Zeiss lenses back in my camera bag and in front of a digital sensor, after all these years. (my first pro cameras were film Hasselblad's and Contax's that I still use one in awhile) Three cheers to Sony for creating such a great and innovative camera system that has energised this third generation pro photographer.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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      Hi jblphotography! These are the things that we really want to hear from our customers. We are glad to hear that yoy are happy with your new Alpha Camera. Thank you for choosing Sony! - Vincent Sonystyle

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Camera!

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    LostPat
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    I have had this camera for several weeks, and I enjoy using it. The image quality is great (even when shooting with an ISO of 1280), and the viewfinder is bright and user-friendly (The camera zooms in digitally so that you can check your focus, which helps me since I have poor eyesight.). In addition to these benefits, the camera is also compact, so it is easy to travel with it. The only downsides of this camera are that the auto focus is not always accurate when I use it, and the battery only lasts between 2 and 3 hours. Then again, I am still getting used to using auto focus because I have primarily used manual focus for the past 5 years. Overall, the Sony A7 ii is a very good camera, and I would recommend it - just be sure to purchase an extra battery or 2. - Olivia F.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Quite a step up

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    DanMiz
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    So I recently decided to step-up my photography. After doing much research on various blogs, web-searches, youtube videos I landed on the Sony A7ii as my ideal camera. It's smallish footprint and full-frame capability seemed as if it would be everything I am looking for. I was using a Canon T3i for about 2 years. That series of cameras is a perfect line for the beginner, entry-level user. I learned a lot using the crop sensor and lenses. But now its on to the big time! The Sony A7ii is amazing. I noticed the difference as soon as I heard the first shutter click. It's fast, a little loud, lightweight and takes amazing pictures. I'm still in "learning mode" with all of the various features the Sony A7ii has to offer. But after 3 weekends of shooting, I know that I made the right choice. I can't wait to get out and capture my daughter's life and the world around her.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Mirrorless so far

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    URBNLGND
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    I added this to my Kit recently and it is my first full-frame mirrorless. However, I shoot primarily legacy glass with it and rarely use SONY lenses. This is a personal preference, not so much because SONY doesn't make good glass, but primarily because Legacy glass is cheaper and manual focusing is a skill I have been getting better and better at. I highly recommend this camera for the enthusiast, or even the Pro who needs a primary or backup body that is lightweight and always ready to go. I do wish that I could exposure compensate without having to have Auto ISO on. Luckily I can set the minimum and maximum ISO in auto mode, so there is still some control there.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing

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    LOUl3
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    I was reluctant to switch over from Nikon since I like the latter no much. I read a lot about the Sony battery draining so quick, and after using it for some weeks now I must say it is truly an inconvenience.Yet an overshadowed inconvenience by the amazing benefits you get having an EVF, especially in low-lights conditions. There are a lot of tips out there as of how can you make the battery last longer. I just found a RAVpower set of two batteries and quick charger for only $27 and they work great. Image quality is great too, but honestly you get that with any comparable full frame either Canon or Nikon. To me, it was the camera weight what sold me into getting this Sony a7ii. Features are really cool, but again I had great features with my Nikon. It's a matter of preference in the end. Just don't let the battery issue puts a weight on your decision.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Camera condition not as promised.

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    Zara
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    This camera was supposed to be in “excellent” “like new” condition, but it’s not. First of all, someone forgot to include the Sony charging cable that it was supposed to come with. Secondly, the battery dies EXTREMELY quickly. I’m talking from 100% charged to 20% in less than two hours...that is ridiculous. I’ve used additional batteries and they die equally as fast, so it’s an issue with the body, not the battery. And third, there is a horizontal shadow line that constantly moves up the screen, and it effects the exposure in my images. I highly recommend the Sony a7ii because it is an incredible camera, but I DON’T recommend buying open boxed from Best Buy.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Worth the investment

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    Emily
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    I did a lot of research before finally deciding to buy this camera. I'm a relatively serious photographer and have felt constricted by my cameras (higher end point and shoots). I started looking at DSLRs then a friend recommended this. At first I thought it was too much but then decided to take the leap and I am very glad I did. I took the camera on a safari and the results are incredible. It can make a garbage can look beautiful. The manual is definitely good to look through, the preset buttons are great. I got the 24-240 native lens and it's great to have such a wide range. I also got a Minolta adaptor and a Minolta prime lens; so great to be able to spend $30 for a lens. Overall it's great. The full frame is wonderful, especially for landscapes. It's nice and light weight. I can't imagine carrying a heavy DSLR now.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sony - Alpha a7 II Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera

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    JustTech
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    The Alpha a7 II camera is fantastic! I bought this particular camera as an Open Box Item and couldn't be any happier. Best Buy had advertised it as in excellent condition and I found that to be accurate. I had a Sony a6000 before this camera that I was very happy with, also. I would add that you shouldn't by this camera until you are ready to start shooting in more Manual Modes. The a6000 and a6300 take great pictures in Auto Modes and all modes and especially paired with some extra (separate purchase) high quality lenses (Glass). Have a Good Day, JW~

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Wanted to wait until I could upload a photo

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    soufafrica
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    My dream camera is the a7riii but this is what I was able to afford at the moment, and I must say that I am very impressed. The ability to capture crisp, sharp, HD images in low light is absolutely incredible. They say the A7s models are made for video, but I can't tell. The video quality on this camera is 5 star.. I love my camera. Can't wait to take pictures of these big booty Instathots. I mean models. Lol. Enjoy your camera and live a little. Only bad thing about the camera is the fact that the battery sucks. You will have no choice but to get a second battery.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Worth the Switch

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    AzScoop
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    I was all set to get the Nikon D750 but noticed some great deals on this camera through black Friday deals and on impulse bought it. Glad I did. Although I've been a Nikon guy for decades I wanted full frame and curious about mirrorless. There's so much to like about this camera. I love it in low light. I love the fact I can use my legacy lenses with an adapter. And I love how it feels in my hands. Still learning all the features and eager to shoot video with it but as a content producer this camera has so much potential.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    excellent depth and richness of color

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    Sunflower63
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    Bought this camera after owning a Cannon DSL for 15 years. IT has been a bit of an adjustment to find the right settings for action shots, particularly of animals. After watching a couple of youtube videos and adjusting settings I have been able to capture some amazing pictures of wildlife with incredible depth and richness of color. However, I admit I am still learning, but thankfully it doesn't cost any more to take 20 shots than 1 shot as many I discard because they are not focused well. When I do capture the perfect shot, it's amazing!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice camera

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    Rich
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    Pros: Very light camera body (compared to my 5DII) Many ways to customize for different shooting styles. Great image quality. I love that with an adapter, I can use lenses from many other camera systems. Cons: the menus are not difficult to navigate, but almost seem clunky compared to other camera systems. They don’t make sense. Apps. Sony sells apps that add features to your camera system that I believe you should already have. Maybe Canon and Nikon have just spoiled me!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Mirrorless Camera on the market

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    Murakame
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    I recently switched from a Fujifilm X-T1 to this camera and I have absolutely no regrets. The full frame sensor plus additional image quality (24 MP) is a huge advantage, and very rare on a mirrorless camera. The image stabilization is also very noticeable, making night shots significantly easier to take. The lens choices for this camera are great; I would highly recommend the Zeiss 55mm 1.8, super sharp and fast focusing. This camera's also great for adapting lenses from any other make.

    I would recommend this to a friend