The high-resolution E-mount shooter makes it the highest-scoring mirrorless system camera to date, beating the A7R II by two points. This is also the fourth-highest score ever recorded at DxO. Sony A7R III score beaten only by the sensors in the medium-format Hasselblad X1D-50C and Pentax 645Z, and by the 12Mp full-frame Sony A7S II.
According to recent reports, Sony A7R III full frame mirrorless camera is still has the star eater issue.
The new 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 4K video quality, wide 15-stop dynamic range, high sensitivity with noise reduction of almost a full stop and more. See the best lenses for Sony A7R III camera.
Just a quick update on the release date of Sony a7R III: Sony Japan released their regular “short supply and unprecedented demand” for the Sony a7R III mirrorless camera which is expected to start shipping in early December, 2017. Amazon US will start shipping Sony a7R III mirrorless camera on November 30, 2017. … Continue reading
So how does the new Sony A7r III stuck against the 5D Mark IV vs Nikon D850 vs Fuji GFX 50s cameras? Looks like Sony’s eye AF is really paying off in this comparison photo.
You can find the new hands-on video reviews of the Sony A7R III follow up to this post. For more coverage on this full-frame mirrorless camera please refer here. Also check out the full details of the Sony A7R III dynamic range results from here.
Here is a quick coverage of the high-speed and resolution Sony A7R III full-frame mirrorless camera.
The a7R III is Sony’s latest high resolution camera, which carries over many of the improvements found on the company’s flagship a9. The shooter has the same 42MP sensor but better performance. The hardware transferred from the Sony A9 allows for faster burst shooting, improved autofocus and higher quality 4K video.
The Sony a7R III will start shipping from November at a recommended selling price of $3199. Here is everything you need to know about the Sony A7R III, including impressions and comparison, videos. … Continue reading
First Voigtländer 40mm f/1.2 FE lens review published on the web.
David Braddon-Mitchell tested the new Nokton 40mm f/1.2 FE lens and clearly says the bokeh of the prime optic is just glorious in many situations.
Like other Voigtlander E-mount lenses, this lens transmits EXIF lens data to the camera allowing Auto IBIS image stabilization with Sony a9, a7-Series cameras and Sony a6500. The price of the Voigtländer 40mm f/1.2 FE lens is $1,200. Check major stores for availability.
Voigtländer 40mm f/1.2 FE lens review by David Braddon-Mitchell
David Braddon-Mitchell tested the new Voigtländer 40mm f/1.2 Nokton FE lens and concludes:
“This lens has some very beautiful aspects. The bokeh is just glorious in many situations. Its speed means you can use a 40mm lens for portraits and get blur comparable to a 1.4/50, thus reducing the one disadvantage, to my taste, of a slightly wider standard lens for environmental portraiture.
What makes it possibly attractive is the speed: for street, for environmental portraits, for playing with the glorious bokeh in the lit-up nighttime of the city (sorry I have no samples of that sort yet!) For all that, it appears give to give excellent results across much of the field stopped down. Of course this will be a lot less appealing if chromatic aberration , flare and backlit bokeh aren’t good, so that’s what I’ll be testing next.”
- E-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
- Aperture Range: f/1.2 to f/22
- Two Aspherical Elements
- Manual Focus Design
- Minimum Focus Distance: 1.1′
- Manual Aperture Ring Can Be De-Clicked
- 10-Blade Diaphragm
- Contacts Transfer Exif Data
Here is a roundup of Fujifilm X100F reviews, samples and hands-on videos surfaced on the web so far.
The X100F is the fourth iteration of Fujifilm’s well-respected X100 series. The camera uses the same 35mm equivalent 23mm F2 lens with a 24.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS III image sensor.
Here are several GH5 tests video footage covering ISO range, low-light performance and comparison. Let’s discover various Panasonic GH5 tests.
The Panasonic GH5 is the world’s first camera that records 4K 60p / 50p and 4K 30p 4: 2: 2 10-bit video. The Micro Four Thirds shooter features a 20.3MP Live MOS image sensor with no optical low pass filter.
Sony A9 sensor reviewed by DxOMark. The high-end full frame camera achieved a score of 92 points from the test results.
The Sony a9 ranks 2nd overall for ISO just behind the A7S, and although its Portrait and Landscape scores at base ISO are a little behind the top performers, they’re still very good. Sony A9 sensor score is 92, it is better than Canon EOS-1D X and Nikon D5.
According to DxOMark, the low-light ISO score of 3517 ISO is exceptional and base ISO 50 scores of 13.3EV and 24.9 bits, respectively, are very good. … Continue reading
Sony A9 vs Nikon D5 Real World Comparison video posted by Max Yuryev and Paul Nelson.
According to the long video, the Sony A9 has really excellent performance (better for framing the shot and focuses better in low light).
Sony A9 comes with a stacked CMOS sensor with incredible autofocus coverage. The camera features a 24.2MP full-frame Exmor RS stacked CMOS sensor and BIONZ X image processor. … Continue reading
Panasonic GH5 sensor test results published by DxOMark. The video-centric Micro Four Thirds camera achieved a score of 77 points.
According to DxOMark Panasonic GH5 sensor review, mirrorless camera delivered excellent all-round image quality. With a combination of 23.9 bits color sensitivity, 13 EV dynamic range, and 807 ISO low-light score – the Lumix GH5 is the best performer in the lineup.