The Sony A7s was announced at NAB 2014 with some fanfare as the “world’s 4K full-frame DSLR with full pixel readout“. Sony reps focused on the staggering low-light capabilities of the full-frame sensor at the heart of the camera with ISO values reaching 409,600.
In addition, the camera features a 50mbps 422 internal XAVC-S codec combined with the much desired S-Log 2 Cine-Gamma also found on Sony’s higher-end digital cinema models such as the PMW-F5 and F55.
The low-light beast from Sony is due to hit the shelves in July (fingers crossed) and in the meantime, Ben Pilling – Technical Marketing Manager for Digital Imaging for Sony, gives us a hands-on overview of the capabilities of the incredible Sony Alpha 7s in the video below.
Check out also the visually stunning A7s promo shot by Den Lennie in Scotland.
See the behind-the-scenes video on how the shot the Sony A7s promo:
And finally, check out this incredible low-light demonstration from that same shoot:
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