The camera industry is the one of the most interesting and exciting as people today want to get optical nutrition through pictures. After capable smartphones decimated the point-and-shoot market, camera makers have focused their efforts on appealing to enthusiasts and professional photographers that need or want more than a smartphone can provide.
In that vein, Sony recently released the A7 II, a compact mirrorless camera that could replace the big DSLR rigs many professionals still cling to. The A7 II is actually a successor to last year’s A7, which blew minds by being the first interchangeable lens mirrorless camera with a full-frame image sensor. The A7 II is designed to right many of the A7’s wrongs. With a Shs2.8m price tag, the A7 II has the same 24-megapixel full-frame sensor and relatively compact frame. The A7 II has focused on improving Image stabilisation for all lenses and is still the most compact full-frame camera.
Despite all improvements there is still a disappointing JPEG output and lastly, the autofocus is still not as good as competition.