After years of slow evolution, Canon’s full frame mirrorless system has come to fruition with the release of two very interesting cameras. One of them, the EOS R6, challenges the likes of the Sony A7 III, Nikon Z6 II and Panasonic S5 in the prosumer segment.
It seems like just yesterday that Sony introduced its full-frame mirrorless system which began with the A7 and A7R. More than five years later, we’ve arrived at the fourth generation of a series that has grown significantly in terms of popularity and performance. The “R” segment used to place image quality and high resolution at […]
The Sony A7R mark IV inaugurates the fourth generation in the A7 series. It is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with a 61MP full frame sensor (a world’s first at that resolution). The A7R IV has an advanced autofocus system with 567 phase detection points and 425 contrast detection areas, Real-Time Tracking, Eye AF for stills and […]
Over the years we’ve seen a progressive decrease in the price of full frame cameras. Following the first double-grip bodies released in early 2000 that cost in excess of $5k, Canon introduced the first serious price drop with the original 5D which was launched at around $3300. Lower end models such as the Nikon D600 […]
Updated on: March 4th, 2020 The Sony A7 III is the most popular full frame camera on the market, and it has been since its release. As I’ve explained in other articles, it checks all the boxes and is competitively priced. In fact, camera stores often have to back-order it. In the mirrorless segment, Sony […]