Get Sony A7R II at B&H Photo.
It was a tedious job, but I’ve captured all the settings and customization features I am using, explaining also why they are chosen.
- Important Settings for Sony A7R II (some are critical settings!)
- Recommended Customization for Sony A7R II
- Limitations of Sony A7R II Electronic First Curtain Shutter (EFC Shutter)
- Updated: Sony A7R II EVF (discussion of the 5X magnification)
The Sony A7R II is highly customizable, and it takes some investment of time to figure out the best choices.
The good news is that once programmed, the camera is much faster to operate for one’s own shooting habits. For me, it is of particular importance because I switch between camera brands a lot, so I program the camera with bit of redundancy for my most frequently used settings (after a few weeks it’s easy to get confused as to what is where in the kitchen-sink mess that is the Sony menu system).
Unfortunately, Sony does not see fit to allow saving a file on the camera card that captures all the settings, so there is no way to provide my settings to my readers other than listing them out.