Sony Released New Firmware Updates for A7RII and A7SII Mirrorless Cameras

Sony today released a new firmware update for its A7 series mirrorless cameras. Sony A7RII and A7SII are the two E-mount full-frame mirrorless models gets the update.

New firmware update version 3.20 for Sony A7RII and version 2.10 for Sony A7SII both adds function to record XAVCS format video with an SDHC card in addition to SDXC card to the cameras.

See the whole Sony firmware update details and download links below.

Sony A7RII Firmware Version 3.20, A7SII Firmware Version 2.10 Details

Sony A7RII Firmware Version 3.20, A7SII Firmware Version 2.10

Changes from previous verisons:

  • Allows the camera to record XAVCS format video with an SDHC card in addition to SDXC card.
    Notes:
    • When an SDHC memory card is used in XAVC S format over long periods, the recorded movies will be divided into 4 GB files. The divided files can then be integrated into a single file using the PlayMemories Home software
    • Shooting movies in XAVC S format requires SD Speed Class 10, UHS Speed Class U1, or faster
    • When recording at 100 Mbps or more, UHS Speed Class U3 is required

Download Sony a7RII Firmware Version 3.20

Download Sony a7SII Firmware Version 2.10

Sony a7R II is a 42.4MP mirrorless camera with an image stabilized full-frame BSI CMOS sensor. The camera includes on-sensor phase detection elements for faster autofocus, which continues to work with other brands’ lenses. The mirrorless shooter also has a revised shutter mechanism, rated to 500,000 actuations but also promising less vibration than the one on its predecessor.

The Sony a7S II is the company’s flagship ‘hybrid’ stills and video mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. Offering ultra-high sensitivity and wide dynamic range across the entire ISO range, the a7S II is ideally suited to capturing stills and video in challenging lighting conditions. Full-frame 4K video can be recorded internally with full pixel readout and no pixel binning, and full HD video can be captured at 120fps at 100Mbps.

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