I recently went on a trip to New York City and its neighboring states for vacation. Before the trip, Sony Philippines lent us the Sony a7R II to test out which was one of the most anticipated compact cameras to be available in the market. On paper alone, the specs are impressive including the world’s first backside-illuminated full-frame sensor with 42.4 megapixels and an ISO sensitivity that could go as far up as 102400.
That’s about as far as I would go for its technical specs since we have the review here which includes a list of all its internal goodness if that’s what you’re looking for.
For this post, I just wanted to share some of the shots I got out of the Php154,999 camera without going through photoshop for retouches. The only processing these images received were resizing so they could be uploaded here for easy viewing.
I am not a professional photographer, nor is this a sponsored post.
Uploaded here is a total of 39 photos from the trip which are categorized in three general groups: Objects and Day Shots, People, and Night Shots.
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It’s true when they say, “It’s not the bow and arrow, but the Indian.” Well, sometimes a good set of tools also come in handy. This is definitely the case for the a7R II…if you had a lot of Native American money.