The Sony Alpha a7S II Mirrorless Digital Camera allows you to shoot 4K internally with built-in stabilization and 169 autofocus points, an upgrade from the original a7S which required the use of an external recorder for 4K. The relatively low megapixel count sensor of the a7S II is designed for video recording and features a full sensor readout without any of the line skipping found in very large megapixel count cameras. You will see a sharp footage devoid of major aliasing and moiré when recording internally in 4K. The 4K recording capabilities is paired with a redeveloped recording setup, including the ability to use S-Log3 Gamma and S-Gamut3 in addition to S-Log2 for increased dynamic range values by up to 1300% to better match high-end post-production workflows. This camera also features multiple timecode recording options to match different workflows. Focus peaking to aid in manual focusing, zebra markers to help judge overexposure, and an audio level overlay for mixing audio are among the qualities that make working with the a7S II desirable, along with its svelte size. With an ISO expandable from 50 to 409600, this camera is well suited to shooting in low light conditions thanks to a new RGB color filter array, as well as a gapless on-chip lens design, which allows for low noise, high-sensitivity recording. The a7S II, while still suitable for still shooting, is designed with videographers in mind and is especially designed for low-light video shooting. For high resolution, high detail landscape or portrait still shooting, the a7R II are recommended.