Sony α6400 mirrorless camera announced. The new mid-range α6400 APS-C mirrorless camera (model ILCE-6400) unveiled with real-time eye autofocus, real-time tracking and world’s fastest autofocus:
Firmware Update 2.10 for a7 III & a7R III cameras with a fix for a bug found in the previous firmware version 2.00. This update also resolves an incompatibility issue caused by a recent change to the design of SanDisk Extreme Pro UHS-1 SDXC cards. … Continue reading
Tony & Chelsea Northrup have talked about the camera predictions for 2019. According to this, the Sony A7000, the Nikon D760, the Canon 7D Mark III is the leading camera for 2019. 2019 predictions include some surprises like a Sony 60mm f/0.94 and Olympus f/1.4 constant zoom lenses.
Tony says he noticed a trend at Fujifilm especially on fast lenses like XF200mmF2, XF8-16mmF2.8, XF33mmF1.0. According to his predictions, Fujifilm will launch Fujinon XF 400mm f/2.8, Fujinon XF 16-55mm f/1.8, Fujinon XF 50-120mm f/1.8, Fujinon XF 70mm f/1.0, Fujinon XF 16mm f/1.0. This is another good list along with the already rumored Fujifilm X-Pro3 and Fujifilm X100F successor cameras (X200) in 2019. … Continue reading
Sony will allegedly announce a new entry-level APS-C mirrorless camera in 2019. The new camera is said to replace the current Sony a5100 model.
According to Map Camera reports, the Canon EOS R was the top selling camera in Japan for 2018.
Yeah, it looks like things are getting pretty hot in the full frame of mirrorless cameras. When we look at the final ranking, the Canon EOS R seems to have peaked in Japan. Next, the Sony A7 III and Nikon Z6 are listed.
It was attracting attention as to how the Nikon Z6 ranks in the November ranking, but although it is doing a good fight with 3rd place it seems that it did not go far beyond EOS R and α7 III. … Continue reading
Sony A7S III full frame mirrorless camera is rumored to feature a 36.4 MP BSI Multi-aspect Stacked CMOS Sensor.
We already know that the A7S III camera could use the BSI Stacked sensor. More recently, Sony’s 36 megapixel full-frame 8K sensor has been leaked. The new 36 MP full frame Sony 8K Sensor will be available under the code name IMX435AQJ.
Let’s take a look at how the new Sony A7S III features list comes with the new 36.4 MP BSI Multi-aspect Stacked CMOS Sensor. … Continue reading
Sony has developed two new full frame sensors capable of 8K, which will soon be released in two Sony cameras.
The two sensors will reportedly be available for both Sony’s own cameras as well as third-party companies that use Sony’s sensors. This means that we might see the high-resolution 60MP sensor on the Sony A7R IV while the 8K 36MP sensor could be used on the upcoming A7S III and A9 II.
Dpreview published a Nikon Z6 4K video footage and impressed with the results. In terms of video performance, the mid-range full frame mirrorless camera outshines the Nikon Z7 and similar to Sony a7 III.
The Nikon Z6 sample footage below was all shot hand-held with in-body IS turned on using the Auto AF area mode and Fulltime autofocus (AF-F).
Max Yuryev compared the high ISO and the continuous autofocus in video mode shooting 4K and 1080P 120FPS between Canon EOS R vs Sony A7 III vs Fujifilm X-T3 vs Nikon Z7 cameras.
The first one is the new Canon EOS R, second is the Nikon Z7, third the Fujifilm X-T3, and fourth the Sony A7 iii. They are all good at autofocusing and they all have their strengths and weaknesses. The Canon can’t autofocus when shooting 120FPS 720P slow motion, and some cameras crop in extra. The Sony turns off its face detection autofocus in 1080P 120FPS mode which is a bummer but the Nikon and Fuji Crop in. Canon’s dual pixel focusing has been around for a long time, but its also limited in adjustments.
Dustin Abbott compares the Sony a7R III vs Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and publishes four video reviews. Sony a7R III vs Canon EOS 5D Mark IV comparison videos including color science, dynamic range, high ISO and video performance.
The Sony a7R III (Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama) combines a high-resolution 42.4 MP back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor with impressive shooting speeds at up to 10 fps with full AF/AE tracking, as well as beautiful image and more.
Check out the video reviews below comparing the Sony a7R III vs Canon EOS 5D Mark IV for color science, dynamic range, ISO and video. … Continue reading