Sony E-mount lenses
35 mm full-frame (1.41″ x 0.94″), Exmor R® CMOS sensor
NUMBER OF PIXELS (EFFECTIVE)
Still images: ISO 100–25600 (expandable to ISO 50–102400 for shooting still images), AUTO (ISO 100–6400, selectable lower limit and upper limit), Movies: ISO 100–25600 equivalent, AUTO (ISO 100–6400 equivalent, selectable lower limit and upper limit)
XGA OLED, 0.51″ (0.5-type) electronic viewfinder (color)
BATTERY LIFE (CIPA, STILL IMAGES)
Approx. 290 shots (viewfinder)/approx. 340 shots (LCD screen) (CIPA standard)
2.95″ (3.0-type) TFT drive
The α7R II has the world’s first3 35 mm full-frame CMOS image sensor with back-illuminated structure, which achieves approx. 42.4 effective megapixel resolution, widely expanded sensitivity range4, and extra-low noise performance. It also has no optical low-pass filter that can compromise sharpness, so fine clarity and detail extend from edge to edge of every frame.
With detail reproduction technology to capture the essence of realism, diffraction-reducing technology to maintain clarity even at smaller apertures, area-specific noise reduction to reduce noise adaptively and reproduce greater detail, the BIONZ X™ image processing engine finely tunes the image sensor’s 42.4-megapixel data, for truer, clearer depiction.
Footage from 4K movie recording, featuring full pixel readout without pixel binning in the Super 35 mm format exhibits higher resolution and superior clarity than typical 4K movies. Also, the XAVC S7 format allows 4K recording at 100 Mbps maximum bitrate to capture fine details of movement in movies.