Nikon Z7 received the high-end camera of the year award at Dpreview. You can see the full review with pros and cons below.
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.
Here is the latest additional Nikon Z6 coverage. This recap includes hands-on videos, first impressions and samples.
The Nikon Z6 is the high-speed, low-light version of the Z7. The full-frame mirrorless camera aimed at enthusiasts, featuring 24 Megapixels, built-in stabilisation, 273 embedded AF points.
Nikon Z6 in Stock and Shipping. All the three major US retailers have changed the Nikon Z6 release date. Check at Amazon, B&H, Adorama. See also 2018 Nikon Black Friday Deals on Cameras and Lenses … Continue reading
Nikon Z7 vs Sony A7R III – 4K Video Comparison! Nikon Z7 is the high-resolution answer to the Sony A7R III. Both cameras share many characteristics including a similar sensor resolution, 5-axis stabilisation, hybrid autofocus and 4K video.
It’s a hard question for new enthusiastic users. In terms of video performance, the mid-range full frame mirrorless camera outshines the Nikon Z7 and similar to Sony a7 III. See here : Nikon Z6 4K video footage similar to Sony A7 III … Continue reading
Looking for a Nikon D750 vs Nikon Z6 comparison? Richard Wong published a video review showing the Nikon Z6 vs D750 comparison.
This in-depth video review covers and compare both camera’s body design, image quality including high ISO performance, post processing latitude, viewfinder, in-body VR, video mode and battery life.
Both are full frame 24MP interchangeable lens cameras from Nikon so if you are a D750 user, should you upgrade to the Nikon Z6? To find out check out the Nikon Z6 vs D750 – In-Depth Comparison Review. … Continue reading
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