About a year after launching the Alpha 7 and 7R, Sony announced the full-frame mirrorless camera, the Alpha 7 II, which is expected to be released in Japan by December 5, 2014. It features a 24 MP CMOS sensor, a Bionz X processor, and also 117 phase-detect and 25 contrast detect points like the Alpha 7. Sony also says that the Alpha 7 II has a 30% faster AF speed and a 1.5x better tracking performance, due to the company’s Proprietary Image Analysis Technology. This is Sony’s first model with 5-axis in-body stabilization for still photos and video, which reduces camera shake. The ISO range is 100-25600 and the camera can capture 1080p/60fps videos in XAVC-S or AVCHD.