So after the original A7, the A7R and the A7S all followed basically the same body form factor model, we would expect the A7 II to do the same. Well, it actually is close, but it throws aside what originally made the former cameras desirable: small size. It’s bigger, beefier, heavier and has a new dial layout. It looks more DSLR-like. With the new multi-axis image stabilization, this isn’t entirely a surprise. That kind of tech takes up space. So is it worth it? Digital Rev lends their opinion in their first video of Season 6.