Making strides in the video arena, the a7S II Mirrorless Digital Camera from Sony offers an impressive blend of sensitivity, dynamic range, resolution, and speed to benefit a versatile multimedia workflow. Revolving around a full-frame 12.2MP Exmor CMOS sensor, the a7S II is capable of internal UHD 4K recording at 30 fps with full pixel readout as well as 1080p recording at up to 120 fps, all in the XAVC S format. For both stills and video recording, the BIONZ X image processor also pairs with the sensor to enable expanded sensitivity to ISO 409600, continuous shooting to 5 fps, and fast intelligent autofocus with low-light sensitivity to -4 EV. Further enabling working in difficult lighting conditions, 5-axis SteadyShot INSIDE image stabilization compensates for vertical, horizontal, pitch, yaw, and roll camera movements for sharper, smoother handheld recording.
SmallHD's 502 HDMI & SDI On-Camera Monitor with 3D LUT Support brings full HD resolution to a durable lightweight on-camera monitor the size of a smartphone. The screen packs 441 pixels per inch, providing a sharp clear image. It features SDI & HDMI inputs and outputs with cross conversion.
Resolution: Full Display 1280x1024, 16x9 1280x720 HD
Color Depth: 24-bit
Refresh Rate: 60Hz
You’ll be amazed with how sharp the image is with the Zacuto Gratical HD SDI Electronic VIewfinder. The internal field of view is just the right size so that the image is large, but not so that your eye has to roam to see the entire image at once. It features a built in -1 to +4 diopter range and Zacuto’s latest anti-fog coating formula. An auto-closing eyecup door prevents sunburn display automatically without any action by the operator.
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Metabones E to PL Lens Adapter
The Metabones PL to E Mount Adapter with Internal Flocking mounts to the camera's lens port and allows you to use PL mount lenses with a Sony E-Mount camera. Although this is not a permanent conversion, the adapter features a removable support foot to take the strain off of the camera's mount.