Updated Sony A7, A7R and RX10 galleries: More sample photos covering more shooting situations
posted Thursday, November 7, 2013 at 12:14 PM EDT
Last week, Imaging Resource publisher Dave Etchells and news editor Mike Tomkins spent several days at a press event in Nashville, Tennessee, where they got some early hands-on time with Sony's latest products. Mike previously posted galleries from his first day with several brand-new Sony cameras, and now he's followed up with more shots from all three in a wide variety of shooting conditions.
The full-frame Sony A7 and Sony A7R mirrorless cameras are both working their way through our review process as we speak, as is the Sony RX10 bridge camera, with its mighty constant aperture 24-200mm f/2.8 zoom lens. We recently posted studio shots for all three cameras, as well as our image quality analysis for the Sony A7R, which sports a whopping 36.4-megapixel LPF-free image sensor and a new BIONZ-X image processor. It's the gallery content that's now the freshest, though, with more than 50 new shots to look at between the three cameras.
Among these are additional portrait, macro and low light / high ISO shots as requested by readers after our earlier gallery post. We're aware that we some gallery shots at the highest sensitivities are still needed each camera, and these will be coming just as soon as the lab testing is done -- unfortunately the otherwise-great Nashville weather conspired to cancel our final night's shooting, when we'd been planning to gather some tripod-mounted ISO series with each camera.
You can find the new gallery photos for each camera at the links below, as well as our detailed previews and studio shots:
Sony Alpha A7
Sony Alpha A7R