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4K and image stabilization

Like the A7 II, the A7R II incorporates Sony's 5-axis sensor-shift-based image stabilization system. And say hello to 4K recording.

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New shutter mechanism

At high resolutions, even minute vibrations can degrade photo quality; Sony claims the new mechanism has half the vibration of the old one.

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Changed the locks

Sony introduces a lock for the mode dial.

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Inherited design

The control layout is similar to the A7 II.

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Connectors

The A7R II delivers 4:2:2 8-bit clean HDMI out.

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New viewfinder

The camera introduces a new 2.4-million dot OLED viewfinder with a 0.78x magnifcation factor.

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