Here is an important video review that shows the Eye AF comparison between Sony A7r IV and Nikon Z7 full frame mirrorless cameras.
As youknow Nikon brought eye autofocus to the Z 6 and Z 7 mirrorless cameras, a feature that many photographers rely on to help them get the shot, particularly when shooting at wider apertures with narrow depth of field. How good is Nikon’s implementation of the popular feature?
Famous photographer Matt Granger has done an interesting comparison test of Sony a7R IV vs Nikon Z7. So who is the winner, Sony a7R IV or Nikon Z7? Continue reading “Sony a7R IV vs Nikon Z7 – Eye AF Testing”
More predictably the first Sony a7 IV specs appeared in line. The features shared by a reader in a forum are simply put together in the comparison table: Sony A7R III, Sony A7R IV, Sony A7 III and Sony A7 IV.
Of course, we have to say that the Sony A7 IV specs are well guessed. Check out the Sony a7 IV specs below.
Sony a7 III will be at least $200 off this Black Friday at Amazon, B&H, Adorama. Continue reading “First Sony a7 IV Specs (Thoughts and Predictions)”
DPReview has published the Sony a7R IV full in-depth review and test results. According to the review the new 61MP Sony a7R IV mirrorless camera achieved an amazing 91% overall score and gold award from the experts at DPReview.
Currently, the Sony a7R IV got the highest score and is the best camera tested by DPreview.
Sony a7R IV body: $3,498 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.
$500 off on Sony a7R III body: $2,498 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama. Continue reading “Sony a7R IV Review: 91% Overall Score and Gold Award”
Photographer Dustin Abbott shares both a summary and a detailed deep dive of a comparison between the sensors of the Sony a7R III vs the new Sony a7R IV, including dynamic range, ISO performance, resolution, color science, and more.
See also Best Lenses for Sony A7r IV | Best Memory Cards for Sony a7R IV
Check it out! Continue reading “Sony a7R IV vs a7R III: Sensor Wars”
Best SD memory cards for Sony a7R IV mirrorless camera. Here is the guide for you to get the top recommended & fastest SD cards for Sony a7R IV.
The new Sony a7R IV mirrorless camera has two memory card slots that both support the ultra-fast UHS-II SD cards. This will allow you to maintain great speeds while still recording backup to a second card, and you should spend a little more money to get a UHS-II card if you want the fastest possible results. Featuring a 61MP Full-Frame Exmor R BSI CMOS Sensor and enhanced BIONZ X image processor, the Sony a7R IV can offer impressively high-resolution stills and video while minimizing noise, improving speed, and achieving a wide 15-stop dynamic range. In addition, the Sony a7R IV enables internal UHD 4K30p video recording with a wide 14-stop dynamic range, and it avails fast continuous shooting at up to 10 fps at full resolution with full-time AF/AE.
Simply put, the Sony a7R IV (Amazon, B&H, Adorama) is an ideal mirrorless camera for enthusiasts, hobbyists and professionals alike. So, in order to get the best out of the Sony a7R IV camera, some fast enough and reliable SD memory cards are your best choice. Since the Sony a7R IV takes UHS-II memory cards in both slots, we recommend using dual UHS-II memory cards. However, if you are just shooting JPEG backups to card slot 2, then you will be able to get away with a UHS-I card.
Below is our list of best & recommended SD memory cards for Sony a7R IV mirrorless camera. Just choose the one you like. Continue reading “Best Memory Cards for Sony a7R IV”
According to a leaked screenshot of a new camera manual, Nikon will announce a new mirrorless camera that features 60.8MP (9552×6364) sensor which is able to shoot 16-bit RAW NEF files (Nikon will introduce a lossy compressed RAW codec to reduce the file size). The previous rumors claimed that the IMX455 Sony 61MP sensor which is already used on Sony A7R IV will be on the next Nikon full frame mirrorless camera. Possible candidate for this sensor is the Nikon Z8.
Back in April 2019, we reported that both Nikon D860 and Nikon Z8 cameras might use 60MP IMX455AQR Sensor from Sony. The Sony IMX455AQR sensor features 60MP, 8k video, and offers native 64 ISO. It’s being said that the Sony 60MP sensor PDAF is supposed to be better than the Multi-CAM 20000 currently used in some Nikon cameras. See Sony A7R IV specifications. Continue reading “Nikon Z8 Rumored to Feature 60MP Sensor and 16-bit NEF Files”
Sony A7R IV High ISO test results now available on the web. Sony a7R IV has a full-frame 61MP BSI-CMOS sensor with a claimed 15 stops of dynamic range.
So we have high ISO test samples at Dpreview’s studio comparison tool. You can check out the link at the end post if you want to play with other cameras. Before that let’s take a look at what ISO rating the noise starts to show off in Sony A7R IV RAW and JPEG files.
Sony a7R IV body: $3,498 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama. Below you can find Sony A7R IV High ISO Test results. Continue reading “Sony A7R IV High ISO Test”
Looking for the best Sony lenses for sports and nature photography? Sony Artisan Patrick Murphy-Racey walks through all of the Sony lenses that are appropriate for sports and nature photography.
Here are the top recommended for Sony sports and nature photography. Continue reading “Best Sony Lenses for Sports and Nature Photography”
Gordan from Cameralabs finished his Sony a7RIV in-depth review. Overall he sounds impressed by the value of the full frame mirrorless cameras.
Sony a7R IV has a full-frame 61MP BSI-CMOS sensor with a claimed 15 stops of dynamic range (it’s the first new sensor since 2015, according to Sony).
Sony a7R IV body: $3,498 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama. Below you can find some excerpts from the Sony a7RIV In-Depth Review video: Continue reading “Sony a7RIV In-Depth Review”
Sony is rumored to announce third version of its RX1R series full frame compact camera. According to recent reports the next camera would be the Sony RX1R III.
After the announcement of Sony a7R IV and RX100 VII, there are still two new unannounced camera codes registered (WW594724 and WW642826). This means two more Sony camera announcements within 1-2 months are coming.
Sony RX1R II replacement is on the horizon and it is expected to be announced soon (in the second half of 2019). The upcoming RX1R III or RX2 could feature with Sony a7R IV‘s 60MP full frame CMOS sensor. Continue reading “Rumors : Sony RX1R III to be Announced Soon”