Sony a7R II Mini Review and Photo Gallery
May 1st, 2017
Followers of my work know that I have long been a Canon only shooter, but recently Zeiss asked me to review a new Batis lens, which required me to borrow a Sony a7R II body from my friends at B&H Photo. I used the Sony body over the course of about six weeks, and got fairly familiar with it over that time. I drew a few conclusions that I detail in this video review.
Along with the video review I also wanted to share a gallery of images that I’ve take over that review period. A few with the native mount Sony FE 28-70mm lens, some with the Zeiss Batis 135mm f/2.8 lens that I reviewed, some of my Canon EF mount lenses with the Metabones IV EF adapter, and even some of my vintage glass via a Fotodiox M42 to Sony E adapter.
A number of Sony shooters have requested that I begin to do Sony reviews. While I can’t afford to add a Sony body to my kit to do those reviews on, at the suggestion of some viewers I have launched a crowd-funding campaign to help make that happen. Click on the link here if you would like to contribute to help purchase a Sony a7R II to do more Sony reviews on.
Enjoy the variety of images shared here!
Sony a7R II Gallery
Sony A7R II | B&H Photo | Amazon.com | Amazon.ca
Zeiss Batis 135mm f/2.8 | B&H Photo | Amazon | Amazon.ca
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