Suitable summer 2015, Sony launches a new flagship camera on the market. The α7RII (ILÇE 7RM2) shows according to the manufacturer, which in terms of camera technology is possible today and features the world’s first rear illuminated Exmor-R-CMOS full-frame sensor according to his own words. The camera will be available in the coming weeks.
The new flagship of Sony α7RII (ILÇE 7RM2) owns the world’s first rear illuminated Exmor-R-CMOS full-frame sensor according to the manufacturer. This offers 42.4 million pixels and sensitivity from ISO 50 up to ISO 102,400. Also consistently placed on-chip lenses are figuring, which able effectively to concentrate the light with every existing pixels. A special anti-reflection coating on the surface of glass sealing of the sensor to improve the ability of the chip, to absorb light also has the camera with a five-axis image stabilization. So, high resolution images with low noise can occur. This also applies to high ISO levels.
In addition she can represent different formats of such as Super 35 mm and full frame camera at 4K-Aufnahmen. Other highlights include OLED viewfinder the new XGA 0,78-facher magnification. The BIONZ X processor was placed on the newly provides for the processing of the data sets. Also this allows for greatly reduced noise in photos and videos. To ensure that the auto focus also really recognize each object in the viewfinder, the sensor surface with 399 phases auto focus points was paved. This improved the speed while focusing in comparison to the α7R by 40 percent, through the establishment of 25 contrast auto focus points.