Sony have quickly addressed the A7S II’s 25p sunspot bug – firmware V1.10 will be available on November 20th.
A quick post – Sony have moved quickly to begin fixing the A7S II sunspot bug pointed out in the first part of my review. Here is the official statement I was emailed today: “We have confirmed this phenomenon and are now analyzing it to develop a firmware solution to solve it. We will be in touch as soon as we are ready to confirm timings for this update. Thank you for your understanding.” Good news and until the firmware update is ready A7S II users in Europe can use the camera 100% reliably by switching to NTSC mode and shooting 24p. …
I have been shooting with the A7S II for 2 weeks now. Let’s really get under the skin of the camera and see if it is worth your $3000.
Before my full review, I can give you an initial brain-dump of what I have noticed so far.
The eagle eyed amongst you may have noticed I’ve been taking over a month off from EOSHD. Here are my views on what happened whilst I was away.
It’s here already, no time to enjoy our Sony A7R II was there?