Sony A7 vs A7II vs A7R: Real shot comparison (glare test)

In the past, photos shot by the A7 have more serious glare problems, then has the new A7II improved in terms of avioding glare? Here is a group of actual tests, through which we can see its improvements.

The lens I used for the A7, A7R is FE16-35, and for A7II is FE24-70 , both using Manual (M) mode, aperture F11, Shutter speed of 1/20, auto ISO, and auto metering, with a slight difference between light and dark due to the slight differences in lens and position, but I don’t think it has effects on glare tests.

Real shot comparison:

Sony A7

Sony A7

Sony A7: Aperture: f/11.0, Exposure time: 1/20, ISO: 500, Focal Length: 23mm

Sony A7II

Sony A7II

Sony A7II: Aperture: f/11.0, Exposure time: 1/20, ISO: 640, Focal Length: 24mm

Sony A7II

Sony A7II: Aperture: f/11.0, Exposure time: 1/20, ISO: 250, Focal Length: 24mm

Sony A7R

Sony A7R

Sony A7R: Aperture: f/11.0, Exposure time: 1/20, ISO: 640, Focal Length: 24mm

Sony A7R

Sony A7R: Aperture: f/11.0, Exposure time: 1/20, ISO: 250, Focal Length: 24mm

After field testing, the real shots by the A7 only have a slight halo, which is normal and inevitable as long as it is not the kind of stacked colored hat-like vignetting. It can be concluded that the A7 II has a very great progress in avoiding glare, and even reaches the level of the A7R.

Besides, some netizens confirmed with Sony staff confirm that the engineers have modified and improved glare problem of the A7II . Now the A7II, at 2400W pixels , low-cost, full frame, and mirrorless is close to perfect.

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