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DPReview: Sony a9 Score Revised, Becoming The Top Camera In Its Class

The Sony a9 was already a match for the Canon 1DX Mark II and Nikon D5 according to DPReviews previous score and many owners, but now it is even better thanks to the addition of ‘real-time tracking’, which pushes the a9 above the competition. This is the first time Sony has added a major feature […]

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Nikon Wants To Challenge The Sony a9

Nikon Rumors is reporting that Nikon has expressed interest in challenging the Sony a9 with a new mirrorless camera that is equivalent to the D5. This is likely why Sony will refresh the Sony a9 sooner rather than later with an even more impressive Sony a9II. I highly doubt that Nikon will manage to match […]

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Photonstophotos: Sony a9 vs Nikon D5, Canon 1D X Mark II, Sony a7 Mark 2, Sony a7R Mark 2

Photonstophotos updated their Sony a9 results with final data and it performs very well against its competitors up till 3200 ISO, where the Nikon D5 just edges it out. It’s good to see that the electronic shutter of the Sony a9 doesn’t affect the dynamic range of the a9 much according to Photonstophotos’ results. The Sony a9, beats the […]

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Photons to Photos Estimates Sony a9 Dynamic Range Compared to Nikon D5 and Canon 1DX Mark II, Plus Daily a9 Coverage

Photons to Photos has quickly become the go-to place for technical camera information first since first being featured on FujiAddict. Their estimated dynamic range of the Sony a9 puts it in a neck and neck battle with the Nikon D5 and Canon 1DX Mark II. I wouldn’t be surprised in the least if their estimates are […]

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Sony a99II vs Nikon D5 and Sony a7R II

The Sony a99 Mark II caught a lot of flack when it was announced, but photographers are loving it and the cheapish high quality lens selection that’s available for it. Lenses like the Minolta 80-200mm (I have seen these listed as low as $450) can go head to head with significantly more expensive lenses like the Sony SAL70200G2 70-200mm […]

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