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Sony A7R II vs. Nikon D4s

Sony Alpha 7R II vs. Nikon D4s 1Sony A7R II camera features ultra compact body and high resolution BSI CMOS sensor, on the other hand we have Nikon flagship camera Nikon D4s that features a 16MP low-light sensitive sensor with a limited no of 51 AF points, now to know who wins the competition you have to read the full article below..

Major Difference

Sony Alpha 7R II vs. Nikon D4s Specification Comparison Table.  

Sony Alpha 7R II vs. Nikon D4s 4

Megapixel:- The Sony Sony Alpha 7R II has 2.5 times more resolution compare to Nikon D4S and also it is based on the world’s first back-illuminated sensor technology.

It’s 42.4 MP Exmor R BSI CMOS Sensor and BIONZ X Image Processor is sufficient to lessen the noise production up to standard ISO and also helps to increase the processing speed.

Nikon D4S features FX-format 16.2MP CMOS sensor and EXPEED 4 image processor to produce high-resolution imagery. Due to the combination of both technologies, it offers a better image quality, accurate color reproduction in dynamic range.

ISO:- Sony A7R II has ISO range up to ISO 102, 400, due to high resolution and small size of photo diodes, the camera has less sensitivity range compared to the Nikon D4S camera.

As we know Nikon has pre-history of using high ISO range to its D-SLRs . Its native ISO of 25600 can be extended upto mind-blowing ISO 409,600 , which favors the shooters to shoot in dim or difficult lighting conditions. The architecture of 16.2MP FX-format CMOS image sensor supports it to collect more light and offers good quality image. It’s EXPEED 4 processing towards to offer full resolution at shooting rate of 11fps for up to 200 frames.

Here the Nikon D4S has much higher ISO range comparative to Sony A7R II which make your decision very clear that Nikon D4s is more sensitive compared to A7R II.

Image Stabilization:- The Sony Alpha 7R II features 5-Axis SteadyShot INSIDE Image Stabilization .This system definitely gives more confidence to both the new users and the professional shooter. During shooting it solved the five types of problems from different directions faced during handheld shooting either still images or videos. It even excels the video recording by reducing the blur production during shooting the video in running or walking condition.

It not stops there it also give relaxation to the users about the selection of any type of lenses according to their need, they can even use adapted lenses from third party and can enjoy shooting without worrying about the blur.

This Image Stabilization system is absent in Nikon D4S.


AF Points:- Sony A7R II offers Fast Hybrid AF with 399 phase-detection AF points with additional 25-point contrast-detection AF points which is supported by its back-illuminated sensor and experience the users with its speed, accuracy and tracking performance of 5fps at 42.4MP.

The users can enjoy its razor-sharp clarity and faster readout of fast moving objects due to the new architecture of the back-illuminated sensor, 399 AF Points is designed in such a way that it covers 40% of the screen area. So the users don’t get any single frame that misses AF on subject. It also includes other feature of Lock-on AF tracking through which the users needn’t to keep the subject in the centre of the frame to keep in perfect focus, A7RII will do its job perfectly.

On the other hand, Nikon D4S features 51-Point Advanced Multi-CAM 3500FX AF Sensor in which it offers 51 distinct points and also different options are available to use 9, 21, or all 51 points depending on the situation. Despite of being a prime camera the Big and bulky Nikon AF system look inferior in front of the Sony A7R II camera.

So Nikon has to work hard to stay neck to neck in front of Sony to give the users the hassle-free experience of its Nikon D4S comparative to Sony A7R II.

Sony Alpha 7R II vs. Nikon D4s 2

Video:- Sony A7R II is the world’s first fullframe camera which offers full pixel readout while recording the UHD 4K Video, plus you also get Sony’s high quality XAVC S Format support. It’s Fast hybrid AF with 399 phase detection AF points and 5-axis image stabilization which support the video to new height.

Nikon D4S supports full HD 1080p video at frame rates up to 60 fps.

The users can enjoy the 4k video of Sony A7R II which is produced by its full frame image sensor compare to the low impression made by the videos of Nikon D4S.

The other major disadvantage of a DSLR is contrast based AF system is active while recording the video, on the other hand Sony A7R II 399 AF points are always active, while you are capturing a still or recording a video.

Viewfinder and Display: These tow are are totally dependent on users choice, decide yourself whether you like a optical viewfinder or a EVF.

Connectivity: The Sony A7R II features WiFi and NFC connectivity, with the help of this feature you can connect easily with your smartphone or tablet that will allow you to use your camera from a distance, No such feature available in the Nikon D4s camera.

Verdict: Sony A7R II will cost you less compared to Nikon D4s and features ultra high resolution sensor, advance AF system that works while shooting still or recording a video , the camera also features built-in 5-axis image stabilization and records 4K video…. on the other hand the Nikon D4s features better low-light sensitive sensor but everything else is inferior compared to the Sony A7R II camera.

Yes we can’t deny the fact that Nikon have a huge lens support, however the Sony A7R II lenses are bit limited.,

Based on Specification comparison review we highly recommend you to buy the Sony A7R II camera.

Sony A7R II available for pre-order at Amazon and B&H

Buy Nikon D4s from Amazon and B&H

Canon Patent - EF-S 15-105mm F2.8-5.6 STM Lens


Latest patent surfaced over the web shows a new kit lens for Canon APS-C sensor camera, the kit lens covers a excellent range starting from 15 to 105mm, take a look at the patent details below translated by google…

Explanation and self-interpretation of the patent literature

  • Patent Publication No. 2015-118141
    • Published 2015.6.25
    • Filing date 2013.12.17
  • Canon patents
    • Positive and negative positive and negative positive and negative positive 7-group zoom
    • Inner focus (fourth group)

Currently camera like Canon 750D , Canon 70D and Canon 7D Mark II comes with 18-135mm Kit lens, I think Canon will soon introduce this lens to add a option to users in upcoming cameras such as Canon 800D, Canon 80D and 7D Mark III.

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Nikon announced 16-80mm F2.8-4 VR for DX Format camera

nikon_16_80E Nikon finally announced its latest AF-S DX Nikkor 16-80mm F2.8-4E ED VR lens for those users who want to get the experience of highly capable wide-angle zoom lens. It is the first time Nikon has used the advanced Nano Crystal Coating and an electromagnetic diaphragm in a DX lens.

The lens supports a popular, wide 24-120mm (FX-format equivalent) focal range, through which the users can shoot different varieties of shooting like the wide-angle landscapes, tight portraits and is just like all features in one lens.

Its fast aperture of 16-80mm supports the users to blur the background to produce the separation between subject and background.

The company has used the Vibration Reduction (VR) image stabilization technology to increase its low-light capability and it also offers 4 stops of image stabilization to produce sharp and perfect images even in poor light condition.

It also supports a minimum focus distance of 1.2 ft/37 cm throughout its focal range, and hence offers 4 extra stops of handheld shooting to its VR stabilization.

The lens is made up of 17 elements in 13 groups and seven –blade aperture backed with the Silent Wave Motor technology for fast, accurate and better performance of its AF system.

The Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 16-80mm F2.8-4E ED VR will be available from this month at the cost of $1069.95.

Nikon announced 500mm F4 and 600mm F4 full-frame lenses

Nikon has announced two types of super telephoto FX prime lenses including the AF-S Nikkor 500mm F4E FL ED VR and 600mm F4E FL ED VR.


AF-S Nikkor 500mm F4E FL ED VR

Pre-order 500mm Lens from B&H

Both the lenses are comparatively lighter than its old version. Nikon has made both the lenses optimized for high -resolution image sensors and for its fast-shooting Nikon DSLR cameras. The company has designed the lens with improved AF tracking performance through which the users can capture different images of wildlife action in more clarity even at moving randomly.

Nikon’s both lenses are based on its Nikon’s Electromagnetic Diaphragm which supports the consistent exposure during high-speed action images.

The weight of AF-S NIKKOR 500mm f/4E FL ED VR is 6.8 lbs. (3090 grams) which is comparatively lighter than its predecessor’s 8.5 lbs. (3880g).

Such type of lens is suitable for sports photographers to capture fast action photos and HD videos from a long distance and results in perfect image and clarity.

Both fixed aperture lenses has the capacity of capturing low-light imagery at night and also captures the images of flying birds at sunlight with ultra fast AF support, you can capture running aircraft in the sky or other objects in fast action and there is no need to carry tripod for the users. The lens is made up of with the combination of two fluorite elements and three Extra Low Dispersion (ED) glass elements, which lessen the chromatic aberration and results the imagery with better sharpness and accuracy in its color combination.

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Nikkor 600mm F4E FL ED VR

Pre-order 600mm lens from B&H

The professional shooter will definitely like to shoot with AF-S NIKKOR 600mm f/4E FL ED VR, because it has fast-aperture and provide focal distance according to their need.

The 600mm lens has the constant aperture of f/4, through which the shooter gain the ability to separate the subject and its background.

It has the weight of 8.3 lbs. (3810g) which is comparatively less than its predecessor’s 11.5 lbs.(5060g) .The lens has the combination of the two fluorite lens elements and four ED elements which provides outstanding performance for the photographers with excellent sharpness.

Nikon has used the most advanced NIKKOR lens technologies and also it added Nano Crystal Coat to reduce the production of flare during shooting. It supports to capture outdoor sports or action related imagery.

Both the lenses are backed by Nikon Vibration Reduction (VR) technology, affording up to four stops of image stabilization. Due to the presence of SPORT VR mode, it will produce a more stable image, there is no matter whether the shooter uses the monopod or take the image by handholding the camera.

These lenses are also compatible with Nikon teleconverters for shooting farther distance and hence it also provides the other cameras of DSLR to autofocus up to aperture f/8.

The AF-S Nikkor 500mm F4E FL ED VR will be available at the cost $10,299.95 and the users have to pay $12,299.95 for the AF-S Nikkor 600mm F4E FL ED VR.

Both the lenses will be available from mid-July, 2015.

Fujifilm X-Pro2 Coming in 2016

Fujifilm-X-Pro-2First take a look at the reason behind the delay of X-pro2, X-E3 and X-T2…

On March, 2012 the first X-Trans sensor based camera was announced., its name was X-Pro 1, after that X-E1 and X-M1 was also announced having the same 1st gen X-Trans same sensor as of X-Pro1.

On January 7, 2013 Fuji introduced a 2nd generation of X-Trans sensor.. but this time they have selected X100S camera for the introduction of X-Trans II… after that Fuji announced X-E2, X-T1, X100T and X-10 (on May 18th, 2015 ) by having the same sensor.

But unfortunately from 2013 Fuji is stucked at X-Trans II and they are unable to bring any new professional camera like X-Pro 2, X-E3 or X-T2..


According to latest rumors surfaced over the Fujirumor website, Fuji will use the same sensor as of unannounced Sony A7000 camera in its upcoming X-Pro2,.. May be the news is correct since they are unable bring new version of X-Trans sensor from 2013.

However Fuji X-Pro 2 announcement bit delayed again due to the issues of A7000 camera (overheating of the sensor while recording 4K) , so if Sony announces its camera in next few months (possibly in September), than Fuji camera will be released the first half of 2016 about six months after the A7000 announcement

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Upcoming Nikon Lenses Images Leaked - 600mm, 500mm and 16-80mm

Finally the images of upcoming  lenses leaked by digicame-info, the announcement is expected anytime soon… take a look at the specification and images of the lens…


AF-S NIKKOR 600 mm f / 4E FL ED VR 

  • Fluorite element (FL)
  • Three ED elements
  • Electromagnetic diaphragm
  • Lightweight
  • Improved AF performance during motion tracking
  • Fluorine coating
  • VR up to four stops
  • Sport VR mode
  • Weight: 3,810g (the current 600mm f/4 version weights 5,060g)
  • Minimum focusing distance: 4.4 m (the current 600mm f/4 version can focus at 5m)
  • Price in Japan: 1.43 million yen or around $11,600



AF-S NIKKOR 500 mm f / 4E FL ED VR 

  • Fluorite element (FL)
  • Three ED elements
  • Electromagnetic diaphragm
  • Lightweight
  • Improved AF performance during motion tracking
  • Fluorine coating
  • VR up to four stops
  • Sports VR mode
  • Minimum focusing distance: 3.6m (the current 500mm f/4 version can focus at 4m)
  • Weight: 3,090g (the current 500mm f/4 version weights 3,880g)
  • Price in Japan: 1.16 million yen or around $9,500


nikon_16-80f2.8-4eNo less than a week left for the official announcement of all these lenses., we will update you soon as we get any new information.

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Confirmed: No Full-frame Camera from Fuji is Coming


Take a look at the text below said by Fuji managers / Takashi Ueno, they don’t believe that Fullframe sensor are better than APS-C Sensor camera…

We gave a lot of thought to this, and reached our conclusion that APS-C is the best format for the optimum balance of body size and image quality.

Higher image quality can be achieved with full frame sensors, but in order to maximize the use of the sensor size, the lens will be very bulky and heavy.

With the power of FUJINON lens, we can achieve the full frame image quality with the APS-C sensor. We learned that the disadvantage can be recovered with the lens performance through various simulations.

Here is an example. It is generally believed that the lens performs at its best with 1 to 2 stop down from the maximum aperture. We tried to break the norm. Because if there is such belief, then the lens is very unlikely to perform at its best from corner to corner with the aperture wide open. But if we can break the norm, then we will achieve bokeh and sharpness that is equivalent to that of a full frame with 1 to 2 stop down. We can achieve the image quality that is equivalent to that of full frame.

Which is better? An f/1.4 lens on a full frame sensor and then used 1 stop down to prevent degradation in the image quality in the corner or an f/1.4 lens on an APS-C that see no degration in the image quality at its maximum aperture value?

You cannot really see the difference in bokeh between the APS-C wide open and the full frame one stop down. However, if the APS-C is wide open, then the shutter speed will be twice as fast as the full frame resulting in be less blur caused by hand shake or subject movement. If the picture becomes blurry, then the high image quality becomes meaningless.”

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