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Sony a7RIII in Hands Finally and Ready to Compare to Fujifilm GFX 50S

If you have been reading SonyAddict for a while then you recall that I purchased a Sony a7M2 while waiting for the Sony a7RIII to be released when the site launched because I felt Sony released their cameras too frequently to justify the purchase at the time. Well, the Sony a7RIII is finally upon us […]

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Photons to Photos Sony a7RIII Pixel Shift Can Easily Top Even The Fujifilm GFX 50S

Well, I honestly didn’t think this would be possible, but Photons to Photos measured the Sony a7RIII’s pixel shift PDR and it easily tops every other camera on the market. Their site doesn’t currently allow for a direct comparison, so you will have to look at the chart above and below, but here are the numbers. […]

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Sony a7RIII vs Nikon D850 vs Sony a7RII

image courtesy of imaging-resource There has been a lot of talk about the Sony a7RIII vs Nikon D850 when in the dynamic range department, but does Nikon have the glass to compete with Sony? The above 100 ISO image from imaging-resource’s Sony A7R III First Shots are here seems to indicate that the Sony a7RIII has an edge over […]

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DXO vs Photons to Photos Nikon D850 vs Sony a7RII results

For a while now DXO’s dominance, objectivity, and legitimacy have been in question and the recent release of the Nikon D850 results should require further explaining. Photons to Photos has quickly become the gold standard for quick and objective sensor dynamic range measurements and while DXO’s results somewhat match Photon on Photo’s results, DXO seems to […]

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Photons to Photos Nikon D850 vs Sony a7R2, a99M2, a9 and Canon 5DSR

The Nikon D850 managed to move more towards the top of the pack since Photons to Photos finalized their numbers, but the Sony a7R2/Sony a99M2 still best the Nikon slightly. You probably won’t notice the difference between the dynamic range of the images these cameras produce, but the Sony chip is pretty old now and […]

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