DxOmark tested the new Canon EOS-R sensor and found it can in no way come close to the Sony sensors used by the A7III and Z6: At its base sensitivity of ISO 100, the Canon EOS R has a very good dynamic range of 13.
Sony 135mm f/1. 8 vs Sony 85mm f/1. 4 lens comparison Preorders: Sony 135mm GM at Amazon, BHphoto, Adorama and FocusCamera. EU at ParkCameras, WexUK and Calumet DE. Sony RMT-P1BT remote commander at Amazon, BHphoto, Adorama and FocusCamera.
The new Samyang 85mm f/1. 4 is now available for preorder at ParkCameras UK. Here you can see the new Samyang 85mm f/1. 4 FE lens displayed at the Photography Show 2019 (courtesy of ePhotozine): New image samples posted by Samyang Germany and a Live from the Photography show stand posted by Samyang UK.
Photonstophotos tested the sensor performance of the new Sony A6400. And the good news is that Sony managed to squeeze out some more Dynamic Range from their 24MP sensor compared to the previous Sony A6500.
DxOmark published the full Nikon Z7 sensor test: With the exception of the uppermost sensitivity values, the Nikon Z 7 has a near-identical signal-to-noise ratio to the D850. And although they are both very good, neither can match the Sony A7R III for the majority of the sensitivity range.
When it comes to the video performance the new $899 Sony A6400 literally destorys the new $1299 Canon EOS-RP. It beats the hell out of the Canon in terms of dynamic range, video specs, autofocus speed and so on… Check out Max Yuryevs video! Sony A6400: USA at BHphoto, Adorama, FocusCamera, Buydig, Amazon.
Fengniao shared new hands-on images with the Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8 FE lens: And here is a hands-on video from Matt Granger:
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