While Sony has long been seen as a leader in camera design, their A7-series really blows away the competition. Admittedly, from the outside, things look pretty tame, but it's inside where this full-frame mirrorless camera really differentiates itself enough to make even the experienced take notice. So what's so special? To start, it has a newly developed 42.4-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, which is the world's first back-illuminated full-frame sensor and that is paired with the powerful Bionz X image processor. Together, the sensor brings the highest resolution to-date and it can reach ISO levels up to 102,400 thanks to an on-chip lens. Autofocusing is also faster with 399 focal plane phase detection points and 25 contrast AF points as well as the ability to shoot 5 fps in burst-mode with AF tracking on. The icing on this photographer's dream comes in the form of the ability to combine DSLR lenses with the mirrorless camera thanks to the compatible AF system. A new viewfinder with higher magnification will also help you record beautiful 4K video at 30p. The Sony A7R II is slated for an August release with a $3,200 price tag, but at least you can migrate all of your expensive lenses over for free.