Sony a7 vs Nikon Z by The Specs: Updated

The specs for the Nikon Z are very impressive at this time, but we are still waiting on a few more details. Sony should answer soon with their a7SIII and maybe even a9 cameras. Personally, I would really like to see them announce the Sony a9R and a9S along with a Sony a9II before Nikon can ship their cameras, but that would certainly be a surprising move at this point. It will also be interesting to see if the European pricing difference holds and if Nikon is able to command a 500 pound premium over Sony. Sony might even drop their prices some to keep Nikon from switching anyone and to make the new cameras less attractive.

The Nikon Z is a promising start, but if these specs hold as their top of the line mirrorless cameras over the next 4 years than Sony will leave them behind quickly. I hope Nikon does really well with the Z, but I’m not sure if it is enough to switch people that weren’t already loyal to Nikon, especially since they do not have a full system to fall back on yet.

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