Excerpt: This is a superb camera. It's well-made, has great image quality, useful features, and works with well with adapted glass (e.g. Leica M mount). Factor in the price, and it's hard to beat. Bravo Sony. A few additional comments: --The stabilization feature is a nice plus; it really works.
Excerpt: I was impressed at how small, light, and solid this full frame camera is. I owned a D700 in the past and this thing is tiny by comparison. For anything but high speed action photography this could be the best value out there.
Pros: Easy to Use, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Not quite the last camera you'll ever own, but close!
John R. Roberts, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I don't think this will be the last camera I will ever own, but I don't expect to buy another one for at least 5 years. The kit zoom is cheap and does not show off the quality of this camera. For that you'll need a better lens.
A truly great mirrorless full-frame camera with minor quirks
Alexander Glavtchev, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I bought this camera used but it has impressed me so far. I've owned a couple of Nikon DSLR's with APS-C sensors, and wanted to upgrade to a full-frame sensor. The Nikon full-frame DSLR's were too expensive and fairly large for me, so after much reading and research I decided to get the Sony a7-II.
Excerpt: I work in marketing for a casino and I use it everyday for taking pictures and shooting video. It's pretty good on the floor under low light conditions and it's small enough to not intimidate customers and be a one man band.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Cons: Moire, Moire For Days, Much Moire, Short Battery Life, Very Rolling Shutter