Sony A7R II vs Olympus E-M10 II: 5-Axis Stabilization Head-to-head

9/16/2015 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments

In 2013 Olympus OM-D E-M1 shook the world with their innovative in-body 5-axis stabilization camera tech, but now a new challenger appears in the form of Sony's a7R II.

Which one is the best? Find out as Rita and Lok face-off in Battle of the Brand.

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CORBI Marc said...

With a DSLR things are much more simple => the camera just need 3 points contact with the body (head, left and right hands and arms sticked to the body) that's it .. and you will never shake your camera like a 90 years old man! haha
No need of such stabilization which just an ersatz to compensate lifeview shooting .. even with a 300mm L 2.8ISII . I never need to put the 4.5 IS stabilisation.