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Sony puts a cinema-grade camera in the palm of your hand with the A7S II

The video-specific favorite gets a sequel.
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Already a big hit with the video crowd, Sony follows up its 4K-specific mirrorless camera with the A7S II. It is currently the only camera in the world that can pull-off full-frame 4K video internally with full pixel readout and no pixel binning to give you a fully capable studio-grade camera that fits in the palm of your hand.

On the spec side the camera features a 12 MP EXMOR CMOS sensor, 14 bit RAW output, 5-axis image stabilization, improve auto-focus in low light situations, an upgraded OLED electronic viewfinder, a tilting diaply, and of course, Wi-Fi and NFC for image sharing and wireless remote capability. 

$3,000, B&H Photo

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