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Gadget : Sony AR7II

The good

-42.4MP BI full-frame sensor
-4K movies
-ISO up to 102,400
-Can autofocus some Canon lenses (via adapter)
-Five-axis image stabilisation

The bad
-LCD non-touch capable
-ELF has slight

As the year kicks off, there are many plans of making it better. And to keep record of these plans, you need pictures. For good pictures, a good camera comes in handy. The A7R II is technologically one great camera. The mirrorless, compact body 5 × 3.9 × 2.4 inches without lens, and 22 ounces with battery and card has a 42.4-megapixel back-illuminated full-frame sensor, the first for the industry. The camera captures 7,952 × 5,304-pixel stills as well as 4K video in Sony’s XAVC-S format. And with its Fast Hybrid Autofocus technology, the A7R II can autofocus select Canon lenses using an adaptor, breaking the wall that exists between camera brands. It has a magnesium-alloy body and is dust and moisture resistant.

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