The Sony A7RII A Year Later

A little over a year ago I wrote about the joy of switching to mirrorless from my Canon DSLR system.  I had originally bought an A7II and then upgraded to the A7RII shortly after it’s release.

I was blown away by the image quality and couldn’t help but pixel peep every single image and marvel at the ridiculous clarity from the 42MP sensor.

At the time I started writing a blog post about the A7RII, but so did everyone else on the planet as it was one of the most talked about cameras in many years, so I decided to skip that blog post as I really didn’t think I was going to say anything that everyone else wasn’t already saying,  instead I thought I would hold out for a while, until after after the “new camera” glow wore off.

It was likely I was going to overlook any negative points in favor of the good ones which would result in a biased review and so I thought the best way to write about this camera was after owning it for an extended period of time.

So, what do I think about the A7RII after using it for over a year?

All photos in this article were shot by myself using my Sony A7RII over the past year

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The Fuji X100T

I have had my eye on the Fuji X100 series cameras for a while although I never could convince myself to fork out $1300 for a single focal length camera.  It was more of a want than a need and I already owned enough cameras so it just never made it to the top of my list. 

I loved the vintage styling and the small unassuming form. I had seen great photos online from the X100S and heard nothing but good things although it was still a little more than I wanted to pay for something I wasn’t entirely sure about.
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