Greg Ness: I'm looking at the RAW, ISO 100 comparison between the Canon 5DS R, Sony a7R II, and the Nikon D810. Why are the Nikon RAW file sizes so large?Nikon file size = 74.4MBCanon file size = 63.9MBSony file size = 41.4MN
Henrikw: This certainly hasn't put me off acquiring this little beast. Combined with the amazing AF capabilities, Sony has shown Canon and Nikon what innovation looks like. Watch and learn. Well done Sony!
Rishi, you done any high speed action shooting with the Sony?
lorenzo de medici: Personal reaction: 1. The high end cameras from Sony, Canon, and Nikon are all superb picture taking machines. The only surprise there is how quickly Sony matched and then surpassed the companies with a much longer history in photography. Teaming up with Zeiss for lenses was a great move.2. File size. If you spend a couple of hours shooting 5 fps bursts, you go home with thousands of images to sort through. Then file size and battery life become issues. The D750 wins here. Sony trails the pack. The little battery is a deal breaker for me.3. What feels good to you. My D810 feels good in my hands and allows me to forget about the camera, think about the image. The best shots are taken in your mind's eye first, then hopefully captured as much as possible by the camera. One's own ability to use the camera successfully allows a great camera to capture your unique vision. That isn't included in the box that the camera comes in.
"Surpass"? LOL, the fanboi is strong in this one.
MacroBokeh: In real world... when using in the field the Canon 5DSR and Nikon D750 or D810 and Sony A7rM2. You will have to consider the Front Focus or Back Focus issue on DSLR, then you have to rethink and calibrate the lens and camera however on the mirrorless A7rM2, you don't have to worry those front focus or back focus issue. Then again, that affects the sharpness and resolution.
I have never had to calibrate the AF of any of my Nikons including the D3 and the D750. What is the "issue" you speak of. How about the issue of having to use clunky lens adaptors because Sony dosent make enough of their own lens. Thats a REAL issue for most shooters.
misspiggy01: there is no significant difference in noise between the BSI sensor and the one in the D810.i´m wondering if the BSI concept has more to do with heat management for internal 4K recording. something that sony didn´t dare with the previous generation.
if the D820 will have that BSI sensor canon will have a real problem with the VDSLR crowd. if i were invested in canon glass, now would be the time to switch to a sony body with the af-adaptor. it is so much better.
I actually compared it to the D750, ISO 6400>, low light, raw, in the darkest areas, and was very impressed with the the 750. Granted the Sony is very impressive indeed considering it's density, but not needing north of 24 mp, I find the Sony sensor in the 750 the Goldilocks of sensors. YMMV. Kudos to Sony sensor developers.
TylerQ: Who cares. I'm very happy with my D750 and it's low light performance. Don't need a mirrorless and don't want one.
Rishi, How would Sony do in a head to head shootout in low light sports vs the 750? Or say the girl on the horse?
Stollen1234: hmm let say when you win the Football (soccer) championship in europe it means a lot because it is the motherland of Football( Soccer) same thing with Photography..remember first camera wehre built in France and then in Germany so europe is being considered as the motherland of photography...and winning wait its a sweep of this european Award means a lot
More like the every one wins an award club. They all take turns passing the trophys around from year to year.
straylightrun: Finally, a mirrorless camera that can not only replace, but exceed a bulky DSLR.
Looks superb. But I haven't seen BIF or fast sports, so I am not really sure we can say it exceeds the D810, D750 or D4 and soon to be D5 at anything except resolution.
sandy b: Nice feature set. The J1 matches for IQ upto 3200. I think it's too expensive.
My bad, I meant the J5.
Nice feature set. The J1 matches for IQ upto 3200. I think it's too expensive.
sportyaccordy: Oh Nikon. Another month another recall.
Oh Sporty, another Nikon post, another troll.
millerman28: I would have to say these mishaps on Nikon's dslrs are ridiculous. I'm sure most of us who follow these forums are tired of this crap. These cameras like the D600, D750 aren't cheap. They should be trouble free for years. My Nikon D90 is still kickin but I have less trust in most of their newer cameras. Anybody else feel this way?
Nobody even mentioned this problem on the forum prior to Nikons advisory.
ryan2007: How do Nikon users stay faithful and how does Nikon not have a command over what they have been doing for 50 plus years.
Mainly because Nikon makes the best cameras. This problem was a surprise in the forum, I'm not sure if it was even reported before the announcement.
Retzius: Nikon management decides not to produce D400 because it might not appeal to enough photographers
Nikon management decides to produce niche astrophotography camera...
Sounds good Retzius, excpet your wrong. See the post by rrccad. Mirrorless will take off when Canon and Nikon get serious about it, and you can be pretty sure they are.
watson076: I only have one comment: These samples are a great way to help Olympus and Fuji sell more cameras :)
And they could use all the help they can get.
AEY: Ha Ha Canon Rebel T6s/T6i deserve DP supergold star! Why so many post with this model.
Read much Phillips? I guess not if you think the Nikon gets gold every time. BTW, the highest level of gold lately is Sony.
Paul Petersen: Just marketing BS if a DSLR shooter wants to travel lighter just add one of the latest affordable Nikons or Canons, way lighter than what they show in the mocumentury. There are plenty of lighter lenses to uses and you still can use all their good big stuff.
When I get old and can't carry my 750, I meight get a Oly. But probably a Fuji.
TheEngineer: I love how all the m43 haters get all riled up because of this.
It seems Olympus is doing something right.
Go go Olympus....
except selling cameras.
vesa1tahti: The D7200 is the best APS-C- camera in the whole universe. With respect to IQ. Switched from D7000 to D7200.
It is a very sturdy dense camera, magnesium and carbon fiber build, and fully weather sealed. is its all metal like the previous generation? No. But is smaller, lighter, better AF and better IQ. It does not have the buffer capacity, but its not bad, just not as good. For its price it is a marvelous camera that for IQ and AF can stand toe to toe with any camera.
Doc _ F: Has anyone else had problems with the rear screen? Used on a surf beach with mist. Camera did not get wet. After a couple of hours flip up screen went intermittent, then stopped working for 3 days. It then spontaneously recovered and now seems fine. The camera continued to work during this time. Nikon Europe's response was'"I am sorry to learn about the problem you have experienced. I would like to confirm that the D750 camera is weather-sealed to certain extent, however depending on the actual conditions some moisture ingress may occur. If the mist was slightly salty, it may have affected the camera's circuitry and due to presence of seals it evaporated with delay"
I was under the impression the D750 was "Tough and durable: protected by a tough, weather-sealed body, the D750 is ready to take on any environment"?
John, Oly's warranty clearly states they will not cover water damage.