Sony ALPHA 7R II + Sony FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS | 2 Years Warranty
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Sony ALPHA 7R II + Sony FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS | 2 Years Warranty
  • Sony ALPHA 7R II + Sony FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS | 2 Years Warranty

Sony ALPHA 7R II + Sony FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS | 2 Years Warranty

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The Sony Alpha A7R Mark II system camera is the world's first Full Frame camera with image stabilization and and a 42.4 MP Exmor R back-illuminated CMOS sensor. The camera is compact and refined for a negative control and offers an improved intuitive fast, hybrid auto focus with 399 focus points, making lightning-fast focus, super-wide coverage and exceptionally effective tracking of fast-moving subjects possible.

The image sensor provides stunning images from corner to corner and a stunning resolution of 42.4 MP. With the Alpha A7 Mark II, you enjoy little noise, an extremely wide dynamic range and amazingly rich and subtle color gradations.

Features of the Sony Alpha A7R Mark II Body

  • 42,4 MP back-illuminated Full Frame CMOS-sensor
  • ISO tot 102400
  • Image stabilization 5-axes
  • 4K video in XAVC format
  • 3'' tilting LCD screen
  • Robust housing of magnesium alloy
  • XGA OLED Tru-Finder (2365K dots)
  • WiFi and NFC

Sony FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS

The Sony 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS E-mount Full Frame camera lens combines sophisticated G Lens bokeh with exceptionally high resolution. This results in an excellent constant F2.8 telephoto zoom lens which offers unparalleled rendering, rapid auto focus, and exceptional image stabilization performance. Chromatic aberration is thereby suppressed by four ED glass elements (Extra-low Dispersion) and two Super ED glass elements. You no longer suffer from colour-range so that you can capture the subject with maximum sharpness.

A sturdy construction and constant lens length during focusing and zooming provide excellent control of the Sony 70-200mm in various shooting situations. The focus locks the focus point can even be held constant while using autofocus. You can also use the button for focus limiting to adjust a focusing distance range in advance for maximum autofocus speed.

Features of the Sony 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS E-mount Full Frame

  • Lens construction: 23 elements in 18 groups
  • Closest focusing distance: 0.96 m
  • Optical Image stabilization
  • Constant F2.8 aperture
  • Master G-series lens
  • 11 sheets for beautiful bokeh
  • Advanced anti-reflective nano-coating technology
  • Dual linear motor for optimal focus
  • Filter size: 77mm

Fast autofocus, optimized for photo and video

Two focus groups will be quickly and precisely positioned by separate actuators: a strong ring-actuator SSM (Super Sonic wave Motor) for the front group and a double linear motor for the rear group. Improved positioning precision works through real-time feedback of various position sensors, which ensure that the autofocus system of the body can work optimally.

More refinements for incredible autofocus for films

The dual linear motor of the focusing system offers 'staggering' drive for the AF contrast detection when filming. An optical design which minimizes change in the viewing angle, plus silent mechanical workings, provide focus performance ideal for both photos and videos.

Stabilized for sharp and stable photos

High-quality image stabilizer built directly into the lens for sharp and stable photos in a wide variety of topics. The heavy stabilization lens is driven by a linear motor for high-speed, precise stabilization. Stabilization over five axles is available when using the lens housings from the alpha series with built-in image stabilization.

The best close-ups in its class

The Sony 70-200mm F2.8 OSS GM has a minimum focusing distance of 0.96 mm and a maximum magnification of 0.25x, ideal for portraits, macro and telephoto and more. Contributing refinements include ED glass elements and a floating focus mechanism to prevent problematic aberration during close-up shooting.