Key Functions Sony A7ii
Teknoto.Net - Key Functions Sony A7ii - It looks similar to the original 36.4-megapixel sony a7ii and newer sony a7ii, but there are some subtle changes in the control design and layout. On the front is the Sony E-mount, and there are 13 dedicated full-frame lenses to choose from, as well as third-party E-mount lenses from Sigma, Tamron, etc.
With the adapter, you can also use full Sony A-frame lenses. However, as mentioned the Sony A7ii has the unique ability to not only use Canon lenses but also to focus automatically. The top deck has a 4K sticker and SteadyShot Inside, reminding you that it can shoot 4K movies and the built-in five-axis image stabilization will stabilize whatever lens you attach to it.
What is the Function of the Sony A7ii Button?
These are two other improvements over the original 36.4-megapixel sony a7ii, which shoots AVCHD Full HD video and has no IS in the body. Also at the top is the "hump" for the electronic viewfinder, with the hot shoe on top. The 0.5-inch EVF with diopter control has 2,359K dots. The colors are pretty good, and although there was a slight lag, it didn't affect our shot. A stereo microphone flank the EVF.
There's also a mode lock button, Custom 1 and C2 buttons, as well as an exposure compensation button (+/- 3 EV steps). The tilt lever has an on or off lever, cover, and jogging wheel nearby. On the back is a 3-inch tiltable folding LCD. With a 1,229K-dot resolution, we had no problems viewing it in direct sunlight.
We wish Sony had included a touch-capable LCD. To the right of the monitor is the Custom 3 or Enlarge button along with another jog wheel, auto and manual focus levers, and the Auto Exposure Lock (AEL) button.
You'll also find Function, Play, and Custom 4, and Delete buttons (C4 is an addition too). There is also a control wheel with a middle OK button. You can access Burst or self-timer, Display, and ISO options by pressing the edge of the wheel. Thus a review of the Sony A7ii Button Functions, hopefully, it will be useful.