RE: Pressemeldung zur Sony Alpha ILCE-7M2 (Alpha 7 II)

#1 von matthiaspaul , 22.11.2014 21:08

Anbei die diversen Sony-Presseankündigungen der ILCE-7M2 vom 2014-11-20:

http://www.sony.jp/ichigan/products/ILCE-7M2/feature_1.html
http://www.sony.jp/CorporateCruise/Press/201411/14-1120/

http://presscentre.sony.co.uk/pressrelease...ization-1086940
ZITATSony Introduces the α7 II, the World's First Full-Frame Camera with Optical 5-Axis Image Stabilization

Press Release • Nov 20, 2014 11:55 GMT

Today Sony announces the α7 II (ILCE-7M2), the next in the α7 series of interchangeable-lens models and the world’s first[i] camera with optical 5-axis image stabilization designed for a full-frame image sensor.

The camera offers outstanding image quality in a compact size and light build, and carries on the traditions of the α7 series, which includes the world’s smallest and lightest interchangeable-lens full-frame camera (α7R). Featuring a 24.3 effective megapixel 35 mm full-frame Exmor® CMOS sensor that moves along five axes to compensate for camera shake, providing optical image stabilization equivalent to up to 4.5 steps faster shutter speed of correction[ii] for still images. Shooting sharp handheld stills and video is now possible under conditions that may have required a tripod in the past. In this and other scenarios, users can enjoy beautifully rendered images from the full-frame sensor with the convenience of image stabilization. In-camera image stabilization also offers sharper images for those using A-mount lenses on an optional lens adapter.

World’s first full-frame camera with optical 5-axis image stabilization

Detects and corrects various camera shake along five axes for still images and video, including angular shake (pitch and yaw) that tends to occur when shooting with a telephoto lens, shift shake (along the X and Y axes) that becomes noticeable as photographing magnification increases, and rotational shake (roll) that often affects shots at night or when recording video.

The full-frame image sensor moves to compensate for these kinds of camera shake. For still images, stabilization is equivalent to up to 4.5 steps faster shutter speed of correction.

Optical 5-axis image stabilization ideal for a variety of α™ lenses[iii]

Handheld low-light shooting at slower shutter speeds becomes possible, allowing for greater creativity and mobility without the need for a tripod. The camera’s in-body image stabilization is therefore effective even in combination with E-mount lenses without Optical SteadyShot (OSS). For A-mount lenses as well (using an optional mount adapter such as LA-EA4 or LA-EA3), camera shake is compensated for along five axes within the camera body. Users can therefore make the most of the beautiful rendering power of various α lenses with the α7 II.

Verify image stabilization results with live view functionality

Monitor the corrected image in real-time on the camera’s LCD screen or in the OLED viewfinder, allowing for fine-tuned framing and focusing even when using a telephoto or macro lens.

Speedy, accurate autofocus with Fast Hybrid AF

Wide AF coverage with the employment of a 117-point focal plane phase-detection AF sensor (in combination with a 25-point contrast detection AF points)

117-point focal plane phase-detection AF sensor and 25 contrast detection AF points are placed over a wide area of the screen, making use of the superb tracking capabilities of the phase detection AF and therefore enabling clear capture of moving subjects that might otherwise evade focus.

30% faster AF responsiveness[iv]

A more advanced algorithm is used to detect the subject position, enabling optimal lens drive. In a variety of scenarios, autofocus is very responsive – 30% faster than in previous models.

1.5 times the tracking ability of previous modelss with an improved motion-prediction algorithm

An improved, original Sony algorithm for the prediction of moving bodies results in a 1.5 times improvement in performance in tracking a subject and predicting its next movement. Additionally, AF and automatic exposure (AE) continue to track the subject during high-speed continuous shooting (up to 5 fps), so that a sudden movement or expression of the subject is never missed. Finally, greatly improved tracking ability and subject capture are made possible through the advances in image analysis technology with "lock-on AF,” a feature that optimizes focusing on the subject in accordance with its size.

Superior image quality and enriched video recording functionalities with the full-frame sensor and BIONZ X™ image processing engine

35 mm full-frame Exmor CMOS sensor for high resolution and sensitivity, with minimal noise

The camera is equipped with a full-frame Exmor CMOS image sensor with approximately 24.3 effective megapixels. High resolution and larger pixels enhance sensitivity and reduce image noise to release the full potential of lens’ optical performance. Images are rendered beautifully and bokeh effects attainable only with full-frame sensors become possible.

BIONZ X image processing engine for superb detail and natural textures, less noise

Loaded with an advanced BIONZ X image processing engine. The fast processing enabled by this engine enhances images in several ways, through "detail reproduction technology,” which recreates natural-looking textures even in the minute details of an image; "diffraction-reducing technology,” which prevents loss of detail when aperture stopped down; and "area-specific noise reduction,” which greatly reduces noise while maintaining exceptional detail and texture even under low light conditions such as night time and indoors.

Supports high bit rate XAVC-S recording

In addition to recording in AVCHD Ver. 2.0 Full HD (1920x1080) 60p (50p)/60i (50i)/24p, the camera records in XAVC-S, a consumer format derived from the professional XAVC® format.[v] This offers outstanding Full HD video quality at a high bit rate of 50 Mbps. Long GOP compression is used, targeting differences between frames, along with the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 codec for video. For audio recording, linear PCM is used and files are saved in the MP4 format.

Full-featured video recording that suits professional workflows

Picture profiles enable convenient in-camera tone adjustment. The α7 II also supports the S-Log2[vi] gamma function, which preserves a wide dynamic range, and a wide S-Gamut mode. Other features include Time Code/User Bit (useful in editing), Rec Control (for synced recording with compatible external recorders), marker display/settings, and dual video recording.

Enhanced usability and reliability

Refined usability

Grip shape and height keep the camera steady even when using a large telephoto lens. The shutter button has been shifted toward the front, to a position that feels more natural for the user. This, along with the button’s increased size, helps reduce camera shake. Shooting comfort and convenience were a priority in design. Ten customizable buttons can be assigned to any of 56 functions. The tilting display features a White MagicTM LCD screen for exceptional visibility even under bright sunlight.

Sharp, high-contrast XGA OLED Tru-Finder™ viewfinder for accurate previewing

An XGA OLED Tru-Finder viewfinder with a 2.36 million dot equivalent resolution and high contrast, enabling faithful reproduction of setting adjustments, fine-tuned focusing using magnified display or peaking features, and bokeh effects. The viewfinder also allows for clear review of previous shots. Because the camera is fully APS-C-compatible, it displays the entire view even when APS-C lenses are used.

Reliability that professionals can appreciate

Sturdy magnesium alloy construction of the top, front cover, and internal structures ensures that the camera is both durable and light. The robust mounting structure easily handles large telephoto lenses and heavy video lenses.

Main buttons and dials are also sealed to help keep out moisture and dust, and an interlocking double layered construction of media and port covers as well as body seams ensures greater moisture and dust resistance. The camera is designed to be used by photographers in any number of situations without having to worry about the safety of their cameras.

Quick startup time – 40% fasteriv

After the camera is switched on, it is ready to shoot 40% sooner than current models.

Wi-Fi and NFC enabled for connectivity with mobile devices; support for PlayMemories Camera Apps that allow the camera to evolve even further

- Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity for mobile linking

- Features can be expanded with PlayMemories Camera Apps

By installing an updated Lens Compensation app (enabling the storage of lens information in Exif data, compensation of recorded video, and import/export of lens compensation values), users can manually set correction values for lens peripheral shading, chromatic aberration, and distortion.

To learn more, visit the PlayMemories Camera Apps website: (http://www.playmemoriescameraapps.com/portal/).

Accessories

VG-C2EM Vertical Grip for the α7 II

A vertical battery grip designed especially for the α7 II, this grip enhances stability and camera control in vertical or horizontal shooting. This holds two NP-FW50 rechargeable battery packs (not included) for longer battery life when shooting. It is also highly reliable water and dust resistant construction.

Compatible models: α7 II

LCS-ELCB Soft Carrying Case for the α7 II

A case made for the α7 II that includes a leather body case and lens jacket. The battery pack and memory card can be removed without having to take the camera out of the case. NFC/USB are both also accessible while the camera is in the case.

Compatible models: α7 II

FDA-EP15 Eye-piece Cup

Soft replacement eye-piece cup designed for comfort.

Compatible models: α7 II, α7S, α7R, α7

α interchangeable lens [A-mount]

70-300mm F4.5-5.6 G SSM II (SAL70300G2)

Telephoto zoom lens that brings subjects into sharp focus while creating the beautiful bokeh that G lenses are known for. This makes it ideal for outdoor sports and wildlife photography as well as short-range shots from as close as 1.2 m. The lens is also well suited for portrait and tele-macro shooting such as floral photography. Further features include:

- Nano AR coating minimizes flare and ghosting from reflections within the lens to improve rendering performance.

- Approximately 4x faster AF tracking than the current lens model SAL70300G.

- Moisture and dust resistant design.

The α7 II will be generally available in Europe from January 2015.

– Ends –[/quote]
ZITATFor more information, please contact the Sony Consumer Electronics Press Office:

Hope&Glory PR / <sonydi@hopeandglorypr.com> / +44 (0)20 7566 9725[/quote]

http://presscentre.sony.eu/pressreleases/s...ization-1086871
ZITATFor more information, please contact your local PR manager or:

David Edwards, Corporate Communications, Sony Europe

david.edwards@eu.sony.com / +44 (0)1932 817 022

[i] Among 35 mm full-frame interchangeable-lens cameras, according to Sony research as of November 2014.

[ii] Based on CIPA standards. Compensates for angular shake (pitch and yaw). Measured using a Sonnar T* FE 55mm F1.8 ZA lens, with long exposure noise reduction off.

[iii] Some lenses are not compatible with 5-axis image stabilization.

[iv] Compared to the α7. Based on Sony’s internal metrics.

[v] XAVC-S recording requires an SDXC memory card rated at Class 10 or higher.

[vi] S-Log2: Original Sony gamma curve designed for HDR recording. Even under conditions when detail would otherwise be lost in highlights or shadows, images can be edited to recover detail.

[i] Among 35 mm full-frame interchangeable-lens cameras, according to Sony research as of November 2014.

[ii] Based on CIPA standards. Compensates for angular shake (pitch and yaw). Measured using a Sonnar T* FE 55mm F1.8 ZA lens, with long exposure noise reduction off.

[iii] Some lenses are not compatible with 5-axis image stabilization.

[iv] Compared to the α7. Based on Sony’s internal metrics.

[v] XAVC-S recording requires an SDXC memory card rated at Class 10 or higher.

[vi] S-Log2: Original Sony gamma curve designed for HDR recording. Even under conditions when detail would otherwise be lost in highlights or shadows, images can be edited to recover detail.

Sony Corporation is a leading manufacturer of audio, video, game, communications, key device and information technology products for the consumer and professional markets. With its music, pictures, computer entertainment and online businesses, Sony is uniquely positioned to be the leading electronics and entertainment company in the world. Sony recorded consolidated annual sales of approximately $75 billion for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2014. Sony Global Web Site: http://www.sony.net/[/quote]
ZITATα7 II (ILCE-7M2)- technical specifications

Lens mount E-mount

Image sensor 35mm full frame (35.8 x 23.9mm), Exmor CMOS sensor

Number of pixels (effective) Approx. 24.3 megapixels

Recording format Still JPEG (DCF Ver. 2.0, Exif Ver. 2.3, MPF baseline compliant), RAW (Sony ARW 2.3 format)

Movies XAVC S / AVCHD format Ver. 2.0 compliant / MP4

Movie functions Picture Profile Picture Profile (Off/1-7, Black Level, Gamma (Movie, Still, Cine1-4, ITU709, ITU709 [800%], S-Log2), Black Gamma, Knee, Color Mode, Saturation, Color Phase, Color Depth, Detail, Copy, Reset)

Other Time Code/User Bit, Rec Control, Auto Slow Shutter, Dual Video Rec, Marker Setting

Clean HDMI output 1920 x 1080 (60p (50p) / 60i (50i) / 24p)
YCbCr 4:2:2 8bit/RGB 8bit

Media Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo, Memory Stick XC-HG Duo, SD memory card, SDHC memory card (UHS-I compliant), SDXC memory card (UHS-I compliant)

Focus system Type Fast Hybrid AF (phase-detection AF/contrast-detection AF)

Focus point Full frame: 117 points (phase-detection AF) / APS-C: 99 points (phase-detection AF) /25 points (contrast-detection AF)

Sensitivity range EV -1 to EV 20 (at ISO 100 equivalent with F2.0 lens attached)

Exposure control Metering type 1200 zone-evaluative metering

ISO sensitivity (Recommended Exposure Index) Still images: ISO 100-25600 (ISO 50/64/80 expandable), AUTO (ISO 100-6400, selectable lower limit and upper limit), Multi Frame NR (expandable up to ISO 51200) Movies: ISO 200-25600 equivalent, AUTO (ISO 200-6400)

Shutter Shutter speed Still images: 1/8000 to 30 sec., Bulb Movies: 1/8000 to 1/4 sec.

Electronic front curtain shutter Yes (On / Off)

SteadyShot INSIDE (image stabilization) Image Sensor-Shift mechanism with 5-axis compensation (Compensation depends on lens specifications)
4.5 steps (Based on CIPA standard. Pitch/yaw shake only. With Sonnar T* FE 55mm F1.8 ZA lens mounted. Long exposure NR off.)

Drive Continuous shooting speed*1 Hi: Max. approx. 5fps, Low: Max. approx. 2.5fps
No. of recordable frames (approx.) during continuous shooting*1 Continuous shooting Hi: 77 frames/25 frames (RAW)

Viewfinder Type Electronic viewfinder (XGA OLED Tru-Finder)

Total number of dots 2,359,296 dots

Field coverage 100%

Magnification Approx. 0.71x (with 50mm lens at infinity, -1m-1 diopter)

LCD screen Type 7.5cm (3.0 type) TFT drive

Total number of dots 1,228,800 dots

Adjustable angle Up approx. 107 degrees, down approx. 41 degrees

Audio Microphone Built-in stereo microphone

Speaker Built-in, monaural

Interface Multi interface shoe, HDMI micro connector (Type-D), Microphone terminal (3.5mm Stereo minijack), Headphone terminal (3.5mm Stereo minijack), Multi / Micro USB Terminal

Wireless LAN (built-in) Wi-Fi Compatible, IEEE802.11b/g/n (2.4GHz band)

NFC NFC Forum Type 3 Tag compatible

PlayMemories Camera Apps Yes

Battery Rechargeable battery pack NP-FW50

Weight Approx. 599g (with battery and Memory Stick PRO Duo), approx. 566g (body only)

Dimensions (W x H x D, CIPA compliant) Approx. 126.9 x 95.7 x 59.7mm

Operating temperature 0-40°C


About Sony Corporation

Sony Corporation is a leading manufacturer of audio, video, game, communications, key device and information technology products for the consumer and professional markets. With its music, pictures, computer entertainment and online businesses, Sony is uniquely positioned to be the leading electronics and entertainment company in the world. Sony recorded consolidated annual sales of approximately $75 billion for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2014. Sony Global Web Site: http://www.sony.net/

[i] Among 35 mm full-frame interchangeable-lens cameras, according to Sony research as of November 2014.

[ii] Based on CIPA standards. Compensates for angular shake (pitch and yaw). Measured using a Sonnar T* FE 55mm F1.8 ZA lens, with long exposure noise reduction off.

[iii] Some lenses are not compatible with 5-axis image stabilization.

[iv] Compared to the α7. Based on Sony’s internal metrics.

[v] XAVC-S recording requires an SDXC memory card rated at Class 10 or higher.

[vi] S-Log2: Original Sony gamma curve designed for HDR recording. Even under conditions when detail would otherwise be lost in highlights or shadows, images can be edited to recover detail.

About Sony Corporation

Sony Corporation is a leading manufacturer of audio, video, game, communications, key device and information technology products for the consumer and professional markets. With its music, pictures, computer entertainment and online businesses, Sony is uniquely positioned to be the leading electronics and entertainment company in the world. Sony recorded consolidated annual sales of approximately $75 billion for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2014. Sony Global Web Site: http://www.sony.net/

"Sony”, "WALKMAN”, "Cyber-shot”, "Handycam”, "α”, "BRAVIA” and "Xperia” are registered trademarks or trademarks of Sony Corporation. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.[/quote]

http://presscentre.sony.de/pressreleases/a...sierung-1087135
ZITATα7 II: Die erste Vollformat-Systemkamera der Welt mit Fünf-Achsen-Bildstabilisierung

Sony entwickelt die α7 Serie konsequent weiter und ergänzt die Familie um eine neue Generation von Vollformatkameras. Die neue α7 II (ILCE-7M2) ist die erste Vollformatkamera mit interner Fünf-Achsen-Bildstabilisierung. Zudem ist der Fokus deutlich schneller und treffsicherer im Vergleich zur α7. Auch im Video-Bereich hat die Kamera kräftig zugelegt.

Für ihre herausragende Bildqualität ist die α7 ohnehin bekannt. Jetzt kommen in der neuen Generation einige spannende Funktionen hinzu. Allen voran wird die Bildstabilisierung die Herzen der Foto-Fans höher schlagen lassen. Der 24,3 Megapixel Exmor CMOS Vollformat-Sensor ist bei der α7 II eingebettet in einen Fünf-Achsen-Bildstabilisator. Die neue Technologie, die in alle Himmelsrichtungen Vibrationen auffängt, ermöglicht deutlich längere Verschlusszeiten. Bis zu 4,5 Blendenstufen kann der Bildstabilisator ausgleichen. Das besondere Extra: Seine Fähigkeiten zeigt er natürlich auch bei Objektiven, die per Adapter an die Kamera angeschlossen werden.

Fünf-Achsen-Bildstabilisator für verwacklungsfreie Fotos

Auch wenn man noch so sanft auf den Auslöser drückt: Jede Kamera bewegt sich im entscheidenden Moment zwangsläufig um wenige Millimeter. Bei schwierigem Umgebungslicht, wenn die Sonne untergeht und die Belichtungszeiten länger werden, ist das umso kritischer. Gut, dass der neue Bildstabilisator im Inneren der α7 II nahezu alle Bewegungen ausgleichen kann. Er stabilisiert Bewegungen nach vorne, hinten, rechts und links und kann zudem auch kreisförmige Bewegungen ausgleichen.

Das Praktische am neuen Bildstabilisator ist, dass er sämtliche Bewegungen ausgleicht, auch wenn das Objektiv einen eigenen Stabilisator hat. Das ist gerade bei E-Mount Objektiven mit Optical SteadyShot (OSS) der Fall. Hier werden beide Bildstabilisationen miteinander kombiniert. Bei Fremdobjektiven oder Objektiven aus der A-Mount Familie von Sony greift der neue Stabilisator ohnehin zu 100 Prozent.

Gleich nach dem Druck auf den Auslöser lassen sich die Ergebnisse auf dem hochauflösenden Monitor der Kamera mit jetzt 1,29 Millionen Punkten begutachten.

Schneller & präziser: der neue Fast Hybrid-Autofokus

Den 117 Phasen- und den 25 Kontrastautofokuspunkten direkt auf dem Sensor entgeht kein Detail. Sie warten auf der gesamten Sensoroberfläche von der Mitte bis zur Kante auf passende Motive zum Scharfstellen. Und das machen sie besonders schnell und akkurat. Der Algorithmus zur Schärfeberechnung ist nun noch einmal verbessert und macht die Fokussierung rund 30 Prozent schneller als bei der α7. Gleichzeitig hat sich auch die Fähigkeit der Kamera deutlich verbessert, die Bewegung von Objekten vor der Linse vorauszusagen. Autofokus und Belichtungskorrektur werden schneller nachgeführt, so dass Fußball, Kind und Co. immer scharf und optimal belichtet in Szene gesetzt sind. Einmal erfasst, bleiben Motive dank "Lock-on AF" immer im Fokus.

Darüber hinaus spielt Schnelligkeit auch bei einem anderen Aspekt eine entscheidende Rolle: Die Einschaltzeit der Kamera ist 40 Prozent kürzer als bei der α7. Somit ist die Kamera immer sofort einsatzbereit.

α7 II: der Foto- und Videospezialist

Das Herz der Kamera ist ein 24,3 Megapixel Exmor CMOS Sensor. Lichtempfindlich und hochauflösend ist er perfekt für Aufnahmen in bester Qualität geeignet. Der BIONZ X Prozessor übernimmt die Weiterverarbeitung der Bilder. Seine Detail-Reproduktionstechnologie schafft es, aus jedem Motiv die natürlichen Strukturen herauszuarbeiten. Die Reduzierung der Beugungsunschärfe holt Details ans Tageslicht, die je nach Blendenöffnung verloren gehen können. Zudem analysiert der Prozessor jedes Bilddetail und wendet nur dort eine Rauschunterdrückung an, wo es sinnvoll ist und störende Körnung droht.

Zusätzlich zu Aufnahmen in AVCHD Ver. 2.0 Full HD (1920x1080) 60p, (50p)/60i oder (50i)/24p beherrscht die α7 II auch das XAVC-S Format, die kleine Schwester des professionellen XAVC Formats. Das garantiert Full HD Videos mit Bitraten von bis zu 50 Megabit pro Sekunde. Zudem beherrscht die α7 II Video-Codecs wie MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 im Schlaf. Beim Thema Audio setzt die neue Kamera unter anderem auf linear "PCM".

Verschiedene Bildprofile geben Videos bereits in der Kamera den gewünschten Look. Zudem unterstützt die α7 II zum Beispiel S-Log2 und erzeugt einen um 1.300 Prozent höheren Kontrastumfang mit mehr Raum für eine weiche Gradation und eine bessere Reproduktion von Lichtern und Schatten. Sie bietet damit maximale Möglichkeiten für die spätere Bearbeitung der Videos am PC.

Verlässlich & gut zu bedienen: die neue α7 II

Gerade bei überdimensionalen Tele-Objektiven spielt die Größe des Handgriffs eine entscheidende Rolle. Daher liegt die α7 II in diesen Situationen besonders gut in der Hand. Zudem ist der leicht vergrößerte Auslöser beim neusten Modell der α7-Familie weiter Richtung Kamera-Vorderseite gewandert. Zehn individuell mit jeweils einer von 56 Funktionen belegbare Bedienknöpfe geben der Kamera in Sachen Komfort den letzten Schliff. Das schwenkbare "White Magic" LC-Display auf der Kamera-Rückseite zeigt selbst bei direktem Sonnenlicht klare Bilder zur Kontrolle.

Der XGA OLED Sucher glänzt mit einer Auflösung von 2,36 Millionen Bildpunkten und hohen Kontrasten. Er ist prädestiniert zur direkten Bildkontrolle, zeigt auf Wunsch den exakten Fokuspunkt in der Lupenfunktion und hebt die Schärfeebene farblich hervor ("Fokus Peaking". Selbst wenn APS-C Objektive mit der α7 II genutzt werden, zeigt er das Bild verlässlich im gesamten Sucher.

Alles in allem ist die α7 II der perfekte Partner für gehobene Ansprüche von Profi-Fotografen. Das innere Gerüst (Oberseite, Front, innerer Aufbau) ist aus Magnesium gefertigt. So ist die Kamera allen Situationen gewachsen, widerstandsfähig und leicht. Das Bajonett ist besonders stabil und passt somit auch perfekt zu großen, schweren Tele-Objektiven. Selbstverständlich sind Drehräder und Funktionsknöpfe separat versiegelt, um Staub und Feuchtigkeit auf Distanz zu halten. Auch die übrigen sensiblen Punkte wie zum Beispiel der Speicherkarten-Slot sind besonders geschützt.

Kontaktfreudig dank WiFi & Vernetzung mit mobilen Geräten

Selbstverständlich versteht sich die Kamera via WiFi und NFC mit Smartphones und Tablets hervorragend. Zudem bietet sie den Zugang zu PlayMemories Camera Apps, die Einsteigern und Profis das Fotografieren erleichtern können. Die "Lens Compensation App" zum Beispiel speichert Objektiv-Informationen in den Exif Daten ab, korrigiert Objektivfehler auch bei aufgenommenen Videos und exportiert beziehungsweise importiert Werte zur Anpassung verschiedener Objektive. Nutzer können so individuell die Schwächen ihrer Objektive von Verzerrungen über chromatische Aberration ausgleichen. Mehr Informationen zu den Apps gibt es unter http://www.playmemoriescameraapps.com/portal/.

Zubehör für die α7 II

Passend zum neuen Body gibt es auch einen neuen Hochformatgriff VG-C2EM. In seinem Inneren finden zwei NP-FW50 Akkus Platz. Je nach individuellem Geschmack liegt die Kamera so besser in der Hand – und ist länger leistungsfähig. Außerdem gibt es eine neue, hochwertige Ledertasche LCS-ELCB. NFC und USB Schnittstelle bleiben praktischerweise frei, so dass die Kamera zwar gut geschützt, gleichzeitig aber auch sofort einsatzbereit ist. Die Augenmuschel FDA-EP15 rundet das Zubehör-Paket zur neuen Kamera ab. Sie passt allerdings auch auf den Sucher der α7S, 7R und 7.

SAL-70300G2: Neues A-Mount Objektiv für A-Mount Kameras

Auch für die A-Mount Kameras hält Sony fürs kommende Jahr eine Neuheit bereit. Die neue Generation des SAL-70300 deckt den Telebereich von 70 bis 300 Millimetern ab und garantiert das unverwechselbare Bokeh der G Objektive von Sony. Mit diesem Brennweitenbereich passt das Objektiv perfekt zu Sport- und Wildlife-Fotografen und gibt ihnen dank einer Naheinstellgrenze von nur 1,2 Metern viele Möglichkeiten. Auch Tele-Makro Aufnahmen oder Portraits passen gut zum neuen Objektiv. Um Blendenflecken bei Gegenlicht und unerwünschte Schatten zu vermeiden, sind die wichtigsten Linsen mit der bekannten Nano AR Beschichtung vergütet. Der Autofokus ist rund viermal schneller als beim SAL-70300G. Auch hier sorgt das Design dafür, dass Staub und Feuchtigkeit nicht den Weg ins Innere des Objektivs finden.

Unverbindliche Preisempfehlungen und Verfügbarkeiten:

α7 II Gehäuse (ILCE-7M2) von Sony: 1.799,00 Euro

α7 II Kit mit SEL-2870 (ILCE-7M2K) von Sony: 2.099,00 Euro

Verfügbarkeit: Ab Januar 2015

Objektiv SAL-70300G2 von Sony: 1.199,00 Euro

Verfügbar ab Ende März 2015


Über die Sony Corporation

Die Sony Corporation ist ein führender Hersteller von Produkten für Verbraucher und professionelle Anwender und deckt die Bereiche Audio, Video, Spiele, Kommunikation, Schlüsselkomponenten und Informationstechnologie ab. Mit seinen Geschäftsbereichen Musik, Film, Computer-Entertainment und Online ist Sony einzigartig aufgestellt, um als weltweit führender Elektronik- und Entertainmentkonzern zu agieren. Im Geschäftsjahr mit Ende 31. März 2014 verzeichnete Sony einen konsolidierten Jahresumsatz von ca. 75 Milliarden US-Dollar. Sony Global Website: http://www.sony.net/


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Technische Daten α7 II

Objektivkompatibilität Sony E-Mount-Objektive

Bildsensor 35 mm Vollbild (35,8 x 23,9 mm), Exmor CMOS Sensor

Pixelanzahl (effektiv) Ca. 24,3 Megapixel

Aufnahmeformat Fotos: JPEG (DCF Ver. 2.0, Exif Ver. 2.3, MPF Baseline-kompatibel), RAW (Sony ARW 2.3-Format); Videos: XAVC S / kompatibel mit AVCHD Ver. 2.0 / MP4

Videofunktionen Bildprofile: (Aus/1-7, Black Level, Gamma (Movie, Still, Cine1-4, ITU709, ITU709 [800%], S-Log2), Black Gamma, Knee, Color Mode, Saturation, Color Phase, Color Depth, Detail, Copy, Reset); Sonstiges: Zeitcode/User Bit, Rec Control, Auto-Slow-Shutter-Modus, Dual-Video-Aufnahme, Markereinstellung; Clean-HDMI-Ausgabe; 1920 x 1080 (60p (50p) / 60i (50i) / 24p) ; YCbCr 4:2:2 8bit/RGB 8bit

Medien Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo, Memory Stick XC-HG Duo, SD-Speicherkarte, SDHC-Speicherkarte (UHS-I-kompatibel), SDXC-Speicherkarte (UHS-I-kompatibel)

Fokussystem Schneller Hybrid-AF (Phasendetektion/Kontrastdetektion)

Fokuspunkte Vollbild: 117 Punkte (Phasendetektion) / APS-C: 99 Punkte (Phasendetektion) / 25 Punkte (Kontrastdetektion)

Empfindlichkeitsbereich EV -1 bis EV 20 (ISO 100-äquivalent mit F2,0-Objektiv)

Belichtungsmesssystem 1.200-Zonen-Belichtungsmessung, bewertet

ISO-Empfindlichkeit (empfohlener Belichtungsindex) Fotos: ISO 100 – 25.600 (ISO 50/64/80-erweiterbar), AUTO (ISO 100 – 6.400, wählbare Ober- und Untergrenze), Multi-Frame NR (erweiterbar bis ISO 51.200); Videos: ISO 200 – 25.600-äquivalent, AUTO (ISO 200-64.00)

Verschlusszeiten Fotos: 1/8.000 bis 30 Sek., Bulb Filme: 1/8.000 bis 1/4 Sek.; Elektronischer Front-Verschluss: Ja (Ein / Aus)

SteadyShot (Bildstabilisierung) Bildsensor-Shift-Mechanismus mit 5-Achsen-Kompensation (Kompensation abhängig von den Objektiveigenschaften) 4,5 Schritte (Gemäß CIPA-Standard. Nur Nick/Gier-Bewegungen. Mit Sonnar T* FE 55 mm F1,8 ZA Objektiv. Lange Belichtungszeit aus.)

Serienaufnahmen Hoch: max. ca. 5 B/s, Niedrig: max. ca. 2,5 B/s

Bildaufnahmekapazität (ca.) bei Serienaufnahmen Serienaufnahmen Hoch: 77 Bildee / 25 Bilder (RAW)

Sucher Elektronischer Sucher (XGA OLED Tru-Finder)

Gesamtzahl der Bildpunkte 2.359.296 Bildpunkte

Bildabdeckung 100%

Vergrößerung Ca. 0,71-fach (mit 50-mm-Objektiv auf unendlich, -1m-1 Dioptrien)

LCD-Display 7,5 cm (3.0 type) TFT

Gesamtzahl der Bildpunkte 1.228.800 Bildpunkte

Schwenkwinkel Nach oben ca. 107 Grad, nach unten ca. 41 Grad

Audio Integriertes Stereomikrofon; Lautsprecher Integriert, mono

Schnittstellen Multi-Zubehörschuh, HDMI-Mikroanschluss (Typ D), Mikrofonanschluss (3,5 mm Stereo-Minibuchse), Kopfhöreranschluss (3,5 mm Stereo-Minibuchse), Multi-/Micro-USB-Anschluss

Wireless LAN (integriert) Wi-Fi-kompatibel, IEEE 802.11b/g/n (2,4 GHz-Band)

NFC Kompatibel mit Typ-3-Tag von NFC Forum

PlayMemories Camera Apps Ja

Akku Akku-Pack NP-FW50

Gewicht Ca. 599 g (mit Akku und Memory Stick PRO Duo), ca. 566 g (nur Gehäuse)

Abmessungen (BxHxT, CIPA-kompatibel) Ca. 126,9 x 95,7 x 59,7 mm

Betriebstemperatur 0-40°C[/quote]

http://blog.sony.com/press/sony-introduces...-stabilization/
ZITATPress Release

Sony Introduces the α7II, the World’s First Full-Frame Camera with 5-Axis Image Stabilization
by Communications 11/26/2014, in Digital Cameras

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 26, 2014 – Sony Electronics, a worldwide leader in digital imaging, has today introduced another exciting addition to its full-frame α7 lineup, the α7II (model ILCE-7M2).

TILCE-7M2_wFE2870_front-1200he new mirrorless interchangeable lens camera is the world’s first full-frame camera to feature 5-axis image stabilization1, allowing it to compensate for camera movement in five different directions to produce extremely sharp handheld images.

The α7II model is equipped with a 24.3 effective megapixel 35mm full-frame sensor and adds 30% faster AF responsiveness4, enriched video shooting capabilities, redesigned ergonomics and more.

"The new α7II is simply the latest example of the impressive innovation we’re bringing to the industry, particularly in the mirrorless space” said Neal Manowitz, director of the α interchangeable lens camera business at Sony. "We’re continuing to push the boundaries of what can be accomplished with a full-frame sensor, consistently delivering ‘world’s first’ technologies that no other cameras – DSLR or otherwise – can accomplish.”

New Image Stabilization Technology

The innovative 5-axis image stabilization on the new α7II detects and corrects camera shake along five axes during shooting, including angular shake (pitch and yaw) that tends to occur with a telephoto lens, shift shake (X and Y axes) which becomes noticeable as magnification increases, and rotational shake (roll) that often affects shots at night or when recording video. The 24.3 MP full frame sensor moves to accommodate all of these types of shake, with stabilization equivalent to up to 4.5 steps faster shutter speed of correction2.

Additionally, the 5-axis stabilization works cooperatively with Sony α lenses with optical steady shot (OSS) to provide maximum stabilization and clarity, while also performing admirably with Sony α A-mount lenses and third party lenses3 without on-board stabilization. Effects of the stabilization can be previewed via live-view on the LCD or OLED viewfinder of the camera.

Speedy, Accurate Autofocus with Hybrid AF

The new α7II employs a 117-point focal plane phase detection AF sensor with 25 contrast detection AF points, with approximately 30% faster AF responsiveness and 1.5 times more accurate subject tracking than the original α7 model4 thanks to a series of new algorithms for detecting subject distance and predicting motion. Additionally, AF and now automatic exposure (AE) is provided while tracking subjects during high-speed continuous shooting at up to 5 fps.

Enriched HD Video Functionality

The new full-frame camera shares the powerful BIONZ X image processing engine with several other high-end Sony cameras, and adds a variety of advanced video functionality including the addition of XAVC S5 codec, which records video at a high data rate of 50 Mbps with advanced compression for impressive video quality.

For the professional and prosumer customers, the α7II adds picture profiles for convenient in-camera tone adjustments and supports the S-Log2 gamma function which preserves a wide dynamic range. It also includes Time Code (useful for editing), Rec Control (for synced recording with external recorder) and dual video recording.

Design, Controls, Wi-Fi® and New Accessories

Ergonomically, compared to the original α7, the α7II model has a larger shutter button that has been moved closer to the front of the camera for optimal finger position. It is constructed with sturdy magnesium alloy on the top, front cover and internal panels for a sturdier, more solid feel in the hand, and boasts about a 40% faster start-up time compared to the α7 camera.

The new α7II camera is Wi-Fi® and NFC compatible and fully functional with Sony’s PlayMemories application available for Android™ and iOS platforms. New accessories designed for use with the new α7II include the VG-C2EM vertical grip and LCS-ELCB soft carrying case.

New α A-mount 70-300mm F4.5 – F5.6 G SSMII Telephoto Zoom Lens

Sony has also introduced a new telephoto zoom lens for it’s α A-mount line, the 70-300mm F4.5 – F5.6 G SSMII (model SAL70300G2). Ideal for outdoor sports and wildlife photography as well as tightly cropped portraits, the lens features approximately 4x faster AF tracking than the current lens model 70-300mm F4.5 – F5.6 G SSM. It also has Nano AR coating to minimize flare and ghosting and improve rendering, and is dust and moisture resistant.

Development of New α A-mount Vario-Sonnar T* 24-70mm F2.8 ZA SSMII and Vario-Sonnar T* 16-35mm F2.8 ZA

Sony has also announced the development of the α A-mount Vario-Sonnar T* 24-70mm F2.8 ZA SSMII and the Vario-Sonnar T* 16-35mm F2.8 ZA SSMII lenses. The second generation of these acclaimed lenses will improve upon the speed of AF tracking, reduce flare and ghosting and incorporate a dust and moisture resistant design.

Pricing and Availability

The Sony α7II full-frame mirrorless interchangeable lens camera will be available beginning on December 9th as body-only for about $1700, or as a kit with the FE 28-70mm F3.5 – F5.6 OSS zoom lens (model SEL2870) for about $2000.

The new 70-300mm F4.5 – F5.6 G SSMII telephoto zoom lens for α A-mount cameras will be available for about $1150 in February 2015.

Pricing for the Vario-Sonnar T* 24-70mm F2.8 ZA SSMII and the Vario-Sonnar T* 16-35mm F2.8 ZA SSMII lenses has not yet been determined, however target ship timing is Spring 2015.

The new camera, lenses and compatible accessories will be available at Sony retail stores ( http://www.store.sony.com ) and other authorized dealers nationwide.

Press images:

Please follow #SonyAlpha on twitter for the latest α camera news.


Contact:
Matt Parnell
Sony Electronics Inc.
(858) 942-7975
<matt.parnell@am.sony.com>


Notes to Editors:

Among 35 mm full-frame interchangeable-lens cameras, according to Sony research as of November 2014.
Based on CIPA standards. Compensates for angular shake (pitch and yaw). Measured using a Sonnar T* FE 55mm F1.8 ZA lens, with long exposure noise reduction off.
Some lenses are not compatible with 5-axis image stabilization.
Compared to the α7. Based on Sony’s internal metrics.
An SDXC memory card with a Class 10 or higher speed rating is required for XAVC S recording.[/quote]


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RE: Pressemeldung zur Sony Alpha ILCE-7M2 (Alpha 7 II)

#2 von matthiaspaul , 22.11.2014 21:33

Bezüglich der zeitgleich ebenfalls angekündigten A-Bajonett-Objektive SAL-70300G2, SAL-1635Z2 und SAL-2470Z2 siehe:

http://www.mi-fo.de/forum/viewtopic.php?t=43532
http://www.mi-fo.de/forum/viewtopic.php?t=42960
http://www.mi-fo.de/forum/viewtopic.php?t=71382

Viele Grüße,

Matthias


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