Sony has a new camera that can see in near pitch-black light – and record it in 4k without any additional gear. The company today announced the A7S II, the successor to the A7S. The original A7S was lauded as the best low-light camera on the market after having been designed specifically for that purpose. While the ridiculous ISO 50-409,600 range hasn’t been changed, Sony says the camera will produce less noise than the original A7S. Here’s a demo of that performance, where Sony shows off how the camera can practically make nighttime look like a cloudy afternoon: Perhaps more importantly, the…

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