First Impressions of the Sony a7S II

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Fstoppers' Ryan Mense gives his impressions of the Sony a7S II, the company's new 4K full-frame mirrorless camera.

He writes, "As a camera beloved by moviemakers, the 5-axis stabilization means that these customers can start getting away with using no additional bulky stabilization accessories for a very low profile, yet professional shooting experience. And with the excellent low-light capabilities, the in-body stabilization is also maximizing the full imaging potential of modern day photo technology. You can combine the great low-noise, high-ISO quality with the 5-axis stabilization to pull extremely clean shots without much regard to the lighting situation."

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