I found this interesting video two weeks ago: What the author does is taking ~20 images hand-held and stacking them, creating what he calls a "superresolution" image. The process is explained in details in a blog post here: http://petapixel.com/2015/02/21/a-practical-guide-to-creating-superresolution-photos-with-photoshop/ What is clear is, that you can cancel out noise on stationary subjects with this method. And it's pretty cool you can do it hand-held with the A7 II, mainly thanks to the IBIS. I am not wuite sure that the produced images actually show a higher resolution, though. At least the ones he shows. They are mostly free of noise and slightly sharpened, leading to higher micro-contrast. I think it is physically possible to achieve higher res if the stacking in PS works absolutely perfect and each stacked image is 100% sharp and slightly misaligned by fractions of a pixel in relation to the other images in the stack - 0.5 pixels would be good, or 9.2, or 50.7. Full pixels don't really matter, as long as there's a number behind the dot. Then, scaling up and aligning them should actually give you sub-pixel detail. Pretty cool idea! What do you think?