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Sony a7ii

$1,698.00 $1,498.00

I’ve been loving my Sony a6000 but the one thing I missed after switching from my Canon gear is the full frame sensor.  Before heading off to the Bahamas I decided to add the a7ii to my camera kit and I’m not disappointed.  I knew it would be a better camera but the 5-axis gimbal was the unexpected major bonus.  I’ve always purchased stabilized lenses but adding another layer of stabilization inside the camera makes my footage even smoother.

I chose the a7ii and NOT the a7rii simply based on price.  Since we’re not filming professionally and we’re not blowing up photographic prints the savings seemed worth the compromises.  If you’re on a budget like us go for the a7ii, but if you have some cash burning a hole in your pocket buy the a7rii as I’m sure it’s worth it.

I usually buy cameras from B&H, but I always check pricing on Amazon too:

B&H: http://bit.ly/a7ii-sony  Amazon: http://amzn.to/2gvckc3

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  1. John D.

    If you were starting from nothing, would you stick with full frame and buy an a7III or go with a a6600? I’m personally torn between the two because I love the compact size of the APS-C body and lens for travel, but the performance and lens selection of the a7III is hard to beat.

    • Nikki Wynn

      That is a tough choice and comes down to how you plan to use the camera and what you want out of the camera. We just upgraded to the a7iii and flippin’ love it!

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