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Pixel peep Sony A7Rii full size jpegs!

September 14, 2015

If you are thinking of buying a Sony A7Rii or just curious what the files look like at 100% here is your chance. I thought I would put up a couple of full size jpegs for people interested.

The shot below was shot with the Sony A7Rii using a Canon 24L f/1.4 ii attached via a Metabones iv adapter. The settings were ISO3200, 15 seconds, f/2.8. The file has not been touched and no in-camera noise reduction has been done. For the record the in-camera noise reduction does do a pretty good job. On a side note, I am not a big fan of this lens. I think it is way overpriced for the quality of the images. Check out the chomatic aberration in the corners. DOWNLOAD the file for free.


Here is a daytime shot. A7Rii with a Sigma 35mm f/1.4 art lens. The settings were ISO400, 1/160th of a second, at f/5.6. The file has not been touched in post and no in-camera noise reduction has been done. DOWNLOAD the file for free.


You are able to download for viewing purposes only. Please do not re-distribute or use for anything other than personal use.

So far I am pretty impressed with the camera. Check out the files and make your own opinion.

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