Updated on: December 28th 2019 Sony surprised everyone when it released the A9, a flagship camera designed for the ultimate performance in the realm of autofocus and speed. By comparison, the A7r III may appear inferior, especially if you seek the ultimate accuracy for sports and wildlife, but it excels in other departments such as […]
Updated on: March 6th, 2019 I was tempted to begin this comparison by calling it “the ultimate mirrorless APS-C camera battle” but there is an expiry date on the validity of such a statement in this dynamic market. Rumours (via FujiRumors) about a high-end APS-C model from Fujifilm abound, while with Sony – well, with Sony we can’t never be sure […]
Updated on: July 20th, 2018 There are many differences between the Sony a6300 and the Fujifilm X-Pro2 but two of the most important characteristics – image quality and autofocus – actually behave in a similar manner. Both cameras inaugurated the two most recent APS-C sensors that have since been implemented on other products such as the X-T20, X-T2 and a6500 respectively, and their […]
Updated on: June 10, 2017 Sometimes two cameras are so similar that choosing between them becomes an almost impossible task, especially if the two products come from the same brand and series and were released only 6 months apart. The Sony a6300 and a6500 are two such cameras. On the outside, they look identical. On the inside, […]
A few years ago, Sony and Panasonic each released a rangefinder-esque mirrorless model that would go on to define their respective paths within the mirrorless sector.