The cameras, the Nikon D810 (which I reviewed here), the Canon T5i and the Sony A7100.
The Sony A7 is basically a faster, 4k 60p camera with a higher-res zoom, that has the extra benefit of recording at 60p. It also has a 1:1 and 1/60 second time-lapse mode along with an additional mode where you can also crop the image so it becomes even sharper. It’s a fantastic camera, but the Nikon D810 (which I reviewed here) can also shoot 4k 60fps and I think the 50.2MP Sony A7 offers up a solid alternative as an alternative if you want the ability to shoot at 4k with the same resolution of the 60i.
Canon T5i vs Leica M8 on the web
The Canon T5i has been announced and it’s due for a few months now but it’s been underwhelming so far. When the camera comes out there will have to be something else – there will be a number of models, with the camera not just being an option for Canon but also for Nikon and Hasselblad. However, here some of the reviews I’ve found which are pretty good, are good in terms of quality and are not just a copycat thing.
Nikkor D800E vs Sony NEX-7 – the D800E isn’t dead yet?
I’ve just picked up the new NEX-7 and so far I’ve liked it but also it’s been underpowered compared to the D800E. So here’s a comparison of two lenses which you can see what I mean by the Nikon D800E, which has a larger aperture, the Sony NEX-7 which has a much smaller and heavier 1.8x. It’s definitely not a 50/1.8 but it is a 1:1 crop and you can’t get a high enough resolution to do 1:1 as such. You might however say that with 1:1 you have more pixels to show for but as you get even a 1:1 (with a 4k 60fps slow motion video) or 1:2 you get pixelation and you’re starting to need a higher resolution.
Canon EOS 5D Mark III vs Pentax K-5 II in high-end resolution
It’s been a long time since I’ve reviewed a Canon APS-C camera but in some ways I think Canon
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