One think I did pickup in his review was the fact you are able to do bracketing with self-timers. With the past models this feature was not available.
Also you can do 3, 5, & 9 image bracketing. This is great for those who are into HDR.
As for myself I already have one on order and will be trading in the Sony A7R. Will keep my A7MII and A6000 for my backups. From what I have been reading this A7RII should be another game changer for Sony.
LR CC and 6.1
New Features in CC Version as well: Dehaze - Blacks and Whites Sliders in Local Adjustments
iOS Lightroom Mobile
One note of information: I found out that these new updates did not show up in Adobe Creative Cloud until I signed out and signed back in to my account.
- Stuart Schaefer Photographypresent
I have now been a freelance photographer since leaving the military. It was during my tour of duty in the military that I first found an interest in photography. The first paid assignment was a wedding of a friend and I have never looked back. Today I no longer do wedding photography, but put more focus toward my scenic and commercial work.
Last year (2014) I did the complete switch from DSLR (Canon) cameras to Mirroless (Sony).
- Sony A7R
- Sony A7M2
- Sony A6000
- Sony FE 16-35mm f/4
- Sony FE 24-70mm f/4
- Sony FE 70-200mm f/4
- Sony E-Mount 10-18mm f/4 OSS
- Sony E-Mount 50mm F/1.8
- Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 lens via the Sony A-Mount
- Sony A-Mount to E-Mount Adapter LAEA4