The a9II is certainly a very effective camera. Eye-AF in tracking mode works great!
The only thing missing really is exciting lenses. I like the 135mm f1.8 GM. The results are technically excellent, the bokeh is not unpleasing, but it lacks some sort of excitement. Not sure what exactly. I just don’t see what I used to see with my Zeiss lenses or with the Nikon Z glass. Images that just pop in 3D on you screen when you open the files in C1 Pro.
It still is a very effective combo for events and corporate work. No complains.
For those using the Sony system what glass would you recommend that compares favorably with Zeiss Otus standards?
I elected to stay with a9 I. It has just about all the same features. The eye AF and FPS speed etc. for me are just fine. If I was a journalist and working an event the a9 II may be a winner with the ethernet connection.
I use all G-Master lens and I really find them to be excellent. The 86mm G-Master is really nice for portraits etc.
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