Category Archives: Sony a7R II

New Meike MK-X1EM Metal Bracket Handgrip Coming Soon

Meike has a new handgrip coming for the Sony a9, a7RIII, a7III, a7RII, a7II, and a7SII. It should be available on Amazon soon. via ePhotozine

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Meike Pro Battery Grip With Built-in 2.4GHz Remote Controller and Intervalometer Back in Stock and First Look

The first time the Meike Pro Battery Grip for Sony a9 and Sony a7RIII was in stock it sold out very quickly from Amazon. Now that a few photographers are getting the grip in hand we are getting some feedback on the quality of this unit. Michael Schmidt seems impressed with the quality of the grip but […]

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The Love/Hate Relationship With Sony Cameras From a Videographer’s Perspective

Max Yuryev does a lot of great videos about videography so these videos are really more from a video perspective, but he throws a bone to photographers in his “camera issues” video. I made a list of the main points, but if you want to get into his reasoning watch the videos, you might even […]

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The Sony a7RIII and a7RII Explored by The Last Word

The Last Word is an excellent resource for technical camera measurements and Jim has been picking apart various aspects of the Sony a7RIII lately along with the a7RII. If you’re interested in technical analysis there is no better free site on the web today to get into the technical side of how cameras work. Jim’s […]

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Sony a7RIII vs Nikon D850 vs Sony a7RII

image courtesy of imaging-resource There has been a lot of talk about the Sony a7RIII vs Nikon D850 when in the dynamic range department, but does Nikon have the glass to compete with Sony? The above 100 ISO image from imaging-resource’s Sony A7R III First Shots are here seems to indicate that the Sony a7RIII has an edge over […]

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DXO vs Photons to Photos Nikon D850 vs Sony a7RII results

For a while now DXO’s dominance, objectivity, and legitimacy have been in question and the recent release of the Nikon D850 results should require further explaining. Photons to Photos has quickly become the gold standard for quick and objective sensor dynamic range measurements and while DXO’s results somewhat match Photon on Photo’s results, DXO seems to […]

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