The new Sony Alpha with a 5-axis image stabilization (6 photos)




Sony has announced the release of a new full-frame mirrorless camera to its popular line of Alpha. Novelty called Sony Alpha 7 II and its key feature is a 5-axis image stabilization as in the photo and the case of a movie, which produces high-definition images without the use of additional equipment such as tripods. Just been improved and the autofocus system, which includes 117 of phase contrast and 25 sensors. Compared with Alpha 7, auto focus operates about 30% faster, and photographing moving objects are 50% efficient. The maximum ISO sensitivity level is 25600, and the holding time can be set to 1/8000 of a second. The camera will go on sale in Japan at a price of 190,000 yen (about $ 1,600), and about its availability on the world market is not reported.


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