10 Main Differences Between the Sony a6500 and Panasonic G85 / G80

sony a6500 vs panasonic g85

Within Sony and Panasonic’s respective ranges, you’ll find a series of cameras that has historically combined advanced technology with competitive pricing. For Sony, this is the a6000 series, while for Panasonic, it is the G range. The latest iterations in these two series are the a6500 and G85 (otherwise known as …

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The 4 Main Differences Between the Olympus Pen E-PL7 vs E-PL8

olympus pen epl7 vs epl8

While the cameras in the OM-D series can be considered Olympus’ high-end workhorses, the Pen line-up has always been more about combining beauty and style with innovative features – a philosophy that both the recently announced Pen E-PL8 and its predecessor, the Pen E-PL7, embrace. In this comparison preview, we’re …

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10 Main Differences Between the Sony a6500 and Fujifilm X-T2

sony a6500 vs fuji xt2

Update: our a6500 vs X-T2 complete comparison is now online! Back in February, Sony announced the successor to its popular a6000 camera, the a6300. It was the first of many “second generation” mirrorless cameras to hit the market this year, featuring a more robust build, a more capable autofocus system, …

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The 10 Main Differences Between the Sony a6500 and Olympus OM-D E-M1 II

The Sony a6500 and Olympus OM-D E-M1 II share more specifications than you might think despite the differences in their design and image format. They both feature an advanced hybrid autofocus system, can shoot 4K video, incorporate 5-axis sensor stabilisation and have a touch screen. The two cameras represent the best each company has to offer right …

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The 10 Main Differences Between the Sony RX100 IV and RX100 V

Back when it was first released, the Sony RX100 IV surprised us with its exceptional speed, video performance and super slow motion capabilities up to 1000fps, something unseen on a compact camera before. It rightfully claimed the title of the most advanced compact camera on the market.

The new RX100 mark V retains most characteristics found on the previous version: 20MP of resolution, a 24-70mm (equivalent) f/1.8-2.8 zoom lens, 4K video, High Frame Rate mode, electronic shutter with 1/32000s and anti-distortion technology (no rolling shutter for stills), pop-up viewfinder, a 180° tilting screen and the same pocketable compact body.

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