Nikon Z5 vs Sony A7 II – The 10 Main Differences

The A7 II came as a surprise in December 2014, just one year after the release of the original A7 camera that marked the beginning of Sony’s mirrorless full-frame adventure. To this day, the camera is still on sale, now with a very attractive price.

Sony’s strategy has inaugurated a new segment of affordable full-frame cameras. Canon and Nikon are the latest to join the trend but rather than letting an old model loose value over time, they decided to each introduce a new model at a lower starting price.

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Nikon Z5 vs Sony A7 III – The 10 Main Differences

By leaving its older models on the market, Sony has started a trend of affordable full-frame cameras. The A7 II body for example can be found for less than $1000.

First Canon, then Nikon tried to respond by launching a more affordable camera, which is exactly what the Z5 is – though of course older A7 cameras are less expensive due to their age.

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Nikon Z5 vs Z6 – The 10 Main Differences

After introducing the Z6 and Z7, the brand’s first full frame mirrorless cameras, Nikon has unveiled the Z5, an entry-level model that arrives two years later with an interesting price.

Despite being the beginner category, the Z5 shares many aspects with the Z6, starting from the excellent design. Let’s see how they compare.

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Nikon Z5 vs Z50 – The 10 Main Differences

The Nikon Z5 is the fourth instalment in the brand’s Z-mount system, the third with a full-frame sensor and the least expensive. But there is another model that sits below it, and that is the DX format Z50.

The price is enough to set the two cameras apart, but is there anything the smaller camera does better than the bigger one? Let’s find out!

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