The A7s is Sony’s new, pint-sized full frame mirrorless camera. The “s” in A7s stands for sensitivity because it was designed for incredible performance in low light situations.
For the photog-savvy among us, we’re talking crazy high ISO settings up to an insane 409600. If you don’t know what that means, don’t worry, we’re not here to give a review of the camera’s specs and performance (but here’s a good one. This one too).
Instead, the point of this post is to show you just how much better this camera can see in the dark than your own eyes can. To help us illustrate this, we’ll just direct you to this video from filmmaker and camera reviewer Philip Bloom.
After watching this, this only question is: Why do those grainy, green night vision goggles still exist?