The Really Right Stuff L-bracket for the alpha 7 Mk II arrived this afternoon. It’s quite a bit different form the a7 piece. The vertical piece ends with an open top to clear the door on the side of the camera, apparently for weight savings. The D-ring for hand tightening the 1/4-20 screw is gone, replaced by the standard RRS Allen bolt. There’s a place in the plate to keep the Allen wrench, so it’ll always be handy in the field. The bottom plate stops before the battery door, apparently to save weight (and maybe cost).
The contact area between the plate on the riser and the tripod head is smaller, but the designers of this plate knew the a7II had EFCS, so they didn’t have to make things quite as meaty.
It’s really well done.