Sony has announced the new A7S II, the successor to last year's excellent A7S, which redefined low light photography with its incredible high ISO performance. The A7S II improved upon several key aspects while maintaining what made the original so great.
Here is what's new in the A7S II:
Most of the other specifications are similar or identical to the A7S, including a 12.2 megapixel full frame sensor, ISO 409600 support, BIONZ X image processor, and Sony E-Mount.
The Sony A7S II is priced at €3,400, and will be available in Europe starting November 2015.
There is nothing wrong about taking pictures with a good mobile phone, even special occasion ones. In photography, the camera isn't the vital thing. The vital thing is the photographer behind the camera. I have took some spectacular images with my ol...
Do you consider your wedding photos captured by a phone camera? Your birthday and special events? Yeah, nokia has a higher pixel but it doesnt have the capability to do "serious photography."
And don't forget that a DSLR lens have 5+ optical component . But for a camera phone you have only the sensor and a one small concave lens that can't match what a DSLR lens can offer .