Sony A7 Mirrorless Camera with 28-70mm Lens Kit
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Small yet mighty. At only 474 grams, the Sony Alpha A7 Mirrorless Camera lets you discover the breathtaking world of full frame photography without weighing you down. This bundle also includes the Sony 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 OSS E-Mount Zoom Lens.
- Capture life at its absolute best in vibrant colour with the Sony Alpha A7's full frame, 24.3 mega pixel Exmor CMOS image sensor.
- Compact and made of lightweight magnesium alloy, the A7 is perfect for indoors or out with comprehensive dust and moisture resistance.
- The 2.4 Mega pixel Tru-Finder viewfinder uses advanced XGA OLED technology to make framing your desired subjects easy.
- Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity makes transferring your pictures and video quick and efficient.
- No tripod? No problem. The 28-70mm lens' in-built Optical Steadyshot stabilization will sharpen those on-the-run handheld images to professional quality.
|ISO Sensitivity (Max)||51200|
|Lens Range||28 - 70mm|
|Display Size (inch)||3|
|Connectivity||HDMI, Near Field Communication [NFC], USB, Wireless|
|Media Type||Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo, SD|
|Video Output||HDMI, NTSC, PAL|
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sony a7 mirrorless camera with 28-70mm lens kit is rated out of 5 by 15.
Rated 2 out of 5 by jemesoviens from Only as good as the lens in front of it! This is not my first rodeo and I own other full frame cameras. I shoot professionally for a living and thought this camera might be nice to have because it's #1 a Sony and #2 it's size and has a full frame sensor. I own a considerable amount of Nikon glass and Carl Zeiss lenses. I did some test shots with the A7 and the Kit lens. Very Disappointed. I purchased an adapter to be able to mount my F mount lenses to it to see if the Quality improves. Don't buy the kit lens...waste of money. Man up and get the 24-70.. f/4 Carl Zeiss lens.
Date published: 2014-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by KStarr from A7 very capable tool I shoot professionally and the flexibility of the A7 (e-mount system) is a great benefit, I moved form another brand and have not regretted the move. I have always been a fan of Sony colors and the ability to use vintage glass is a great plus.. I do hope Sony add's XAVC S codec to the A7 as I do some video work and I think that is the weak spot in the camera by not having it (which can be fixed with firmware). I have used the camera in a studio setting as well and found the standard flash mount to be very much appreciated. I am very pleased and look forward to experimenting with various lenses.
Date published: 2014-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by FreddyKron from Outstanding Camera I’m a former film photographer who has been patiently watching the evolution of digital cameras, waiting for the right moment to jump back in. I purchased the ILCE-7K/B (Alpha 7) after spending a little time with it at my local photographic supply store. Normally, I research everything extensively. At the time of my purchase, there wasn’t a single review out yet that validated my impression that this was an exceptional camera. But looking at the solid build, the retro-chic aesthetics, the extensive feature set, the outstanding image quality, and after comparing the light weight and comfortable feel of the Alpha 7 to bulkier SLRs, there was simply no doubt. I plunked down my money and went home with baby. This is a very exciting product that points the way towards the future of digital photography. It’s also nice to see my humble opinion supported by the many 5-Star expert reviews, Editor’s Choice Recommendations, and Camera of the Year awards that the 7 / 7R have so far received. So, there you have it. Consider putting it on your short list - and have a warm and happy holiday season!
Date published: 2013-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by AMSTERDAM360 from EXCELLENT CAMERA Absolutely Love this camera!!! It takes amazing photos. I have the Battery Pack and The 2 Zeiss lenses and kit lenses. Also have some other film lenses and some a mount lenses. the performance is spectacular. The Images are amazing. I really like the Play Memories. The only thing id like to see is a firmware update to give it the autofocus of the a6000.
Date published: 2014-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by EVERDIM from Way Ahead The Sony A7R camera is way ahead of the once competitor N's & C's in size, weight, quality of constructions, capability, potential quality of images and cost. I have used the body with Sony e-mount lenses (wish there are more), Sony Alpha lenses with their adapter and many different manual, high quality Zeiss and Leitz lenses. Of course it is the combination that really counts. Having used Canon, Nikon, Hasselblad, Leica, Rollieflex, and other mdium and large frame film cameras in the past, there has been a longing for an affordable digital camera that can match the old film days. With the right lens, the time is here, thanks to the innovations of Sony and their new A7R camera. Now, I long for Sony automatic E-mount lenses that can match those great lenses of the past.
Date published: 2014-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by EDPhotography from Killing all dslr what do I have bad to say about this camera, hmmm? Nothing it's one of the best investments I've made for my business, I am a videographer/ photographer in Indianapolis IN, I love this camera! If you're looking for a small light weight professional camera and can afford the price tag well then this is it! look no further. I use to be a Canon guy but am no longer!
Date published: 2014-03-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by jah2112 from A Great Camera! So far the camera has served me well, the worst is trying to get macro shots, but switching to manual focus seems to solve that problem. The screen can sometimes be hard to see, so I mostly stick to the view finder. The view finder sometimes jumps on and off based off of where my face is touching it. But besides little issues, it takes great pictures consistently and the video quality is also great!
Date published: 2015-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by johnjmail10 from Back as a Sony fan... I was a hardcore fan of Sony since my purchase of Sony Walkman and I had several Sony cordless phones and other Sony devices. But then Sony somehow disappeared from my home with not many market leading products that I was aware of. I bought a Nikon D5500 on the lookout for a smaller DSLR and while reading up on it, I heard many photography professionals praising mirror less cameras. It was a pleasant surprise to find Sony, the market leader for mirror less cameras. I took home an a7 with kit lens and the pictures from this full frame sensor was very impressive. I hate carrying big cameras and most times ditch my DSLRs to carry another little wonder, the not so known GE X5. I am sorry X5, now you have to stay home too! My only suggestion is while it is good to provide a zoom lens as the kit lens for smaller sensor cameras, it would give an edge for Sony to give out a small prime lens as a kit lens for the full frame cameras. That will really show how small a full frame can be and how easy it is to take anywhere you go. You may probably make DSLRs extinct too, if not in the near future. More photos taken using Sony a7 are available at http://www.facebook.com/runaiphotography
Date published: 2015-06-02
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