Nearly have it Perfect.

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TheDudeWithTheBread New Member • Posts: 2
Nearly have it Perfect.

This camera is so close to having everything it needs to be on the cutting edge, but instead they're cutting corners. The EVF is super high res and amazing to use, but the rear screen is worse than the D850 which came out over 2 years ago, not to mention it's sad touch screen capacity. However, despite those shortcomings, the rest of the camera is incredible to use with it's dynamic range and extreme resolution. One of the features I've used most to my surprise is switching back and forth between crop and full-frame. As someone who only has a few Zeiss primes, it's nice to get the extra flexibility with each lens, and still having a minimum of 26MPs to work with. If you're a couple of generations outdated on cameras as I was, I recommend this one. Less so if you already have an A7RIII, but no doubt it's a great camera. (The reason for my Kids/pets rating not being good is simply because it's too much camera for it. I used it once for that and decided I wouldn't again.)

 TheDudeWithTheBread's gear list:TheDudeWithTheBread's gear list
Sony a7R IV Zeiss Loxia 85mm F2.4
Sony a7R IV
61 megapixels • 3 screen • Full frame sensor
Announced: Jul 16, 2019
TheDudeWithTheBread's score
4.5
Average community score
4.5
bad for good for
Kids / pets
weak
Action / sports
good
Landscapes / scenery
excellent
Portraits
excellent
Low light (without flash)
okay
Flash photography (social)
okay
Studio / still life
excellent
= community average
Nikon D850 Sony a7R IV
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