Sony Alpha A77 II Hands-on Review

by Staff July 21, 2016 at 8:12 am

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  1. How does the a77ii compare to the a6000? I'm interested in both photography and video so could any owner of the a77ii give me some advice? The video also needs to be better than the a6000, or at least on par. I want good video with very gradable footage

  2. I am currently using a alpha37 for portrait photography but I want to upgrade but I wouldn't mind keeping my current sony lenses, is this a viable upgrade?

  3. I have a 1300$ budget to buy me my first DSLR. which one you would recommend for stills only between the canon rebel t6s and the Sony Alpha a77 ii? and which one of them is the best camera overall?

  4. I've found some value in a few of Kai's videos, but the whole campy, tongue-in-cheek, circus act is more for entertainment than for information.  Kind of like the guy is bored of cameras and this is his response.  Camera enthusiasts might entertain going elsewhere, as one needs to work too hard to extract any review data from these sideshows….

  5. Come on im a pretty huge drtv fan but this was pretty biased.  I mean, this thing kicks the crap out of canon or nikon for video, niether of which have really anything that exciting with you know.. video for the last half a decade.  I bought my d600 for stills and it's fantastic for stills but it's amazing to see what was left out of a $2000 camera when sony users are getting this and so much more!  Heck, even with the $3000 d810 we are still getting the same low bitrate codec that we still had a few years ago.  I bought my d600 for stills and its fantastic for that but i think we all know Nikon/canon havent really done anything exciting as of late.  I mean, this thing has 79 af points! 12 fps!  What makes this exciting is that it does video and stills well!  I mean, plus the stabilization!    Give me a canon or a nikon body that stabilizes every lens!  Saying that this is unexciting is like looking at a life supply of pizza and hookers and going "eh."

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