Let me start off by apologizing in advance for this post. I normally don't even do a post on Fridays. But, I can't help myself. I just watched Michael Reichmann's YouTube video over at luminous-landscape.com on his review of the the recently released Sony A7RII and want to point it out to everyone. If you have 20 minutes to spare I think Michael is right when points out that the Sony A7RII is the most significant development in camera technology that has happened this year. Perhaps even longer.
Let me be clear, I'm not saying you need one of these to shoot real estate photography. As I pointed out in last week's post you don't need top of the line full frame gear to shoot real estate photography. I bring this up just because the Sony AR series is such a significant development in camera technology.
Michael's review takes me back to the review he wrote in late 2002 on the Canon 1Ds. I was dazzled by the significance of that body (the first full frame DSLR under $10,000) and within 6 months I had one even though it was obscenely expensive by today's standards.
I think the most significant thing about this is how Sony is blowing by Canon and Nikon in technical achievement. Sony is now running with the big dogs!