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Sony A6300 Available for Pre-order

Sony-A6300-front-tiltedSony A6300 finally announced by Sony today, the camera available for pre-order at B&H store and we will update this page as soon as it get online on other web stores.

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Sony A6300 Announced with 425 Phase Detection AF Points

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Sony finally announced the new A6300 camera with completely new sensor 24 Megapixel CMOS AF sensor that fabricated by 425 Phase AF points, the camera features 11 fps of continuous shooting speed and Max ISO range of 51200. The camera is now powered by a BionzX processing engine and also records High resolution 4K video. The Sony α6300 interchangeable lens camera will be available in March for about $1,000 for the camera body or for about $1,150 paired with a 16-50mm F3.5 – F5.6 kit lens (model SELP1650).

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Canon 1DX Mark II vs Nikon D5

Canon-1DX-Mark-II-vs-Nikon-Canon 1DX Mark II specification comparison wit Nikon D5, take a look at the table and the details below;

Features/ Models Canon 1DX Mark II Nikon D5
Megapixel 20.2 MP 21 MP
Sensor size Fullframe sensor Fullframe sensor
Low pass filter Yes Yes
Image processor Dual DIGIC6 + processor Expeed 5
AF system 61-point AF system, expanded range, 41-point cross-type 153 AF Points – 99 Cross Type
 ISO  100-51200 and expandable range is  100- 409600  100-102400 and expandable range is 50-3280000
 Shutter Min/ mix  30 – 1/8000  30 – 1/8000
 Continuous shooting speed  16 fps  14 fps
 Video @ 60 fps  4K @ 60fps  4K @ 30fps
Display LCD monitor 3.2 inches, 1.62 million dots. Touch panel 3.2″ 2.36m-Dot Touchscreen LCD Monitor
Viewfinder Optical Optical
Hot shoe Yes Yes
Wireless optional WiFi + NFC
Environmentally sealed Yes Yes
Battery life
Dimensions 150 x 167.6 x 82.6mm 160 x 459 x 92mm
Weight 1340g 1415 g

 Sensor : Both the camera features almost same resolution sensor, there is no big difference here. But, the Canon 1DX Mark II features Dual-pixel CMOS AF sensor that quickly lock-down AF while you are using your DSLR display screen while shooting or recording a 4K video.

On the other side the Nikon D5 built-with traditional CMOS sensor so while you are using display for shooting still or recording a video contrast based AF system get’s activated resulting slower AF compared to its competitor.

ISO Range: The ISO range of the Nikon D5 is EPIC, on paper Nikon is creating world record, the camera expandable ISO range touched 3.3 Million mark on the other side Nikon D5 standard ISO range is 102400. Canon Standard ISO range is 51200 and its expandable ISO range is 409600.

ISO Standard Expandable
Canon 1DX Mark II 51200 409600
Nikon D5 102400 3280000

From the specification we can say that Nikon will undoubtedly will give you neat and clean low-light images, with better dynamic range.

But believe me I have seen the image samples of both the camera and being a pro shooter I will never allow myself to go beyond ISO 25600 in both the camera.

AF System: Now the DSLR AF system divided into two parts, part one talks about the core – the AF module used inside the camera and in second part we will discuss the type of sensor used inside the camera.

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Part 1 – Nikon features 153 AF Points – 99 Cross Type points that covers a very large part of the screen and easily grabs AF on still or moving subject, Canon 1DX Mark II AF module remains same as of its predecessor,  61-point AF system, expanded range, 41-point cross-type.

AF Module
AF Points Standard Cross-type
Canon 1DX Mark II 61 41
Nikon D5 153 99
Sensor
Canon 1DX Mark II Hybrid Contrast Detect + Phase Detect
Nikon D5 Standard Contrast Detect

Nikon does have better AF module than Canon, Canon have better hybrid AF sensor compared to Nikon D5.

AF sensor is utilized while shooting the viewfinder and Hybrid CMOS AF sensor is unitized while you are using display for shooting still or video.

Continuous shooting speed: Canon 1DX Mark II is bit better to Nikon D5, however even extra 1 frame can make you a true winner.

Video: Nikon D5 4K video recording limit is of 3min only. The Nikon D5 video recording limit has now become a running joke in the market, So Nikon desperately work on enhancing video recording limit of the camera.

Display: Nikon D5 and Canon 1DX Mark II camera now comes with touch display unit, however the D5 display features higher resolution compared to Canon display unit.

Verdict: Both camera have excellent core specification, Nikon D5 does showing more green lights on specification sheet but it doesn’t mean Canon 1DX Mark II is inferior.

Take a close look at both camera core specification and select the best one according to your needs.

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Canon High-End Mirrorless Coming in 2016

Canon-mirrorless-imageIts a good news that Canon is finally preparing announce new mirrorless camera. According to a interview published by Japanese news magazine ACSII.jp Canon executive Yagi Koichi said that Canon is working on new mirrorless system cameras and they will be announced on Q3 or Q4 of 2016.

“in the third quarter and fourth quarter of 2015, we have been able to ship a lot of mirror-less the number of cameras, not yet satisfied by For. At present new products, but mention can not be, the third quarter in 2016, towards the fourth quarter and that the “mirror-less market is forecast to grow, Canon’s share of the” mirror-less camera market and two years ago the 4-position, we want to aim at the 3-position.”

Canon mirrorless machine rumor is not new We have already seen a bunch of Canon Fullframe lenses and camera patents , take a look at Canon Fullframe Mirrorless Lens Patent, Canon Working on 600mm DO Lens for its APS-C Sensor Based Mirrorless Camera look here, we have also published the post that Confirmed – Canon Working on Fullframe Mirrorless Camera.

We will upodate you soon as we get any new information…

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Canon 1DX Mark II Sample Images and Videos

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Finally we got the very first sample images of the recently announced Canon 1DX Mark II camera. The image you see above is take at ISO 25600, but unfortunately we can see some color banding and color noise in it. So being a professional shooter I will never go beyond ISO 25600 to take my image.

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Sample Video and Full Size Samples here

Canon 1DX Mark II vs Sony A7R II

canon-1DX-Mk-II-vs-A7R-IICanon 1DX features newly developed Hybrid CMOS sensor and traditional AF system from 1DX, a killer combo on the other hand the Sony A7R II features Hybrid AF sensor with 399 AF points.

Let’s talk about the number game, the 399 Phase AF pixels inside the Sony sensor looks like a very big quantity.. but I recommend not to run behind the number game of AF points or ISO range… 

Literally every two sub-pixel  inside the Canon sensor does the AF job, so we can say that Canon 1DX Mark II have 20 sub-million pixels and 10 million pixels are responsible for AF.

Features/ Models Canon 1DX Mark II Sony A7R II
Megapixel 20.2 MP 42MP
Sensor size Fullframe sensor Fullframe sensor
Low pass filter Yes Yes
Image processor Dual DIGIC6 + processor BIONZ X
Image Stabilization No 5-Axis Steady-Shot INSIDE Stabilization
AF system 61-point AF system, expanded range, 41-point cross-type 399 Phase-Detect AF Points & 5 fps Burst
ISO 100-409600 50-409600
Shutter Min/ mix 30 – 1/8000 30 – 1/8000
Continuous shooting speed 16 fps 5 fps
Video @ 60 fps 4K @ 60fps  4K Video & S-Log2 Gamma
Display LCD monitor 3.2 inches, 1.62 million dots. Touch panel 3.0″ 1,228.8k-Dot Tilting LCD Monitor
Viewfinder Optical EVF
Hot shoe Yes Yes
Wireless WiFi + NFC WiFi + NFC
Environmentally sealed Yes Yes
Battery life
Dimensions 150 x 167.6 x 82.6mm 127 x 96 x 60 mm
Weight 1340g 625 g

Sensor  -Resolution, ISO and Sensor based AF

The Sony A7R II features super resolution 42 Megapixel sensor, but Canon 1DX Mark II resolution remains limited to 20 Megapixel. However, despite of having 2X more dense pixel structure Sony manages to produce MAX ISO range of 409600 similar to that of Canon 1DX.

ISO range of both the camera is same, so introduce Dual-Pixel CMOS AF sensor inside the Canon 1DX Mark II camera until we see some read world test we can’t say which one is good.

Continuous shooting speed: Canon 1DX Mark II feature 16 fps continuous shooting speed on the other hand the Sony A7R II remains limited to 5 fps, the big hurdel in front of Sony is the processing of 42 MP image data and on the other hand we have Canon 1DX Mark II with 20.2 MP sensor.

Verdict

Both the completely different system based on photographers need and budget, Sony A7R II and Canon 1DX Mark II both have advance core specification. If you are a hobbyist and looking for a prefect system in less cost A7R II

Sony does have limited set of lenses to choose from, so photographers may feel bit suffocated while selecting the Sony camera. So before buying the camera do a extensive market research.

The other big factor is professional support after sale, Canon and Nikon have worldwide professional support staff to assist you after your product purchase.

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Canon 1DX Mark II vs Canon 1DX

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Canon 1DX Mark II features newly developed CMOS sensor and high end image processor, the camera also arrived with a option to record 4K video at 60fps. .. but does all these difference are sufficient to upgrade your current Canon 1DX DSLR.. have a look

Features/ Models Canon 1DX Mark II Canon 1DX
Megapixel 20.2 MP 18.1MP
Sensor size Fullframe sensor Fullframe sensor
Low pass filter Yes Yes
Image processor Dual DIGIC6 + processor Dual DIGIC 5+
AF system 61-point AF system, expanded range, 41-point cross-type 61-point AF system, expanded range, 41-point cross-type
ISO 100-51200 (expanded in 409600) 50-204800
Shutter Min/ mix 30 – 1/8000 30 – 1/8000
Continuous shooting speed 16 fps 14 fps
Video @ 60 fps 4K @ 60fps Full HD 1080p @ 30fps
Display LCD monitor 3.2 inches, 1.62 million dots. Touch panel 3.2″ 1.04m-Dot ClearView II LCD Monitor
Viewfinder Optical Optical
Hot shoe Yes Yes
Wireless WiFi + NFC WiFi + NFC
Environmentally sealed Yes Yes
Battery life
Dimensions 150 x 167.6 x 82.6mm 160 x 459 x 92mm
Weight 1340g 1415 g

Take a look at the table above we can clearly see that Canon 1DX Mark II features better sensor and image processor and the killer combo responsible for upscaling the overall perofrmance of the camera.

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The Canon 1DX mark II comes with slight increase resolution that will sure help commercial photographers to get more detail in the image that will sure help while taking out the large print-outs. More resolution also helps you while you re-compose your image while setting in the chair via digital zoom, however the 2MP difference won’t will never allow me to invest $5999 and buy a new camera instead of my current 1DX.

Introduction of Dual-Pixel CMOS Auto Focus sensor inside a Canon fullframe camera – Canon 1DX Mark II is the Canon first still FF DSLR to get the Dual pixel AF technology, although we have told you earlier many times that Canon will soon bring Dual-Pixel CMOS AF tech to FF DSLR after implementing it inside the 1DC cinema camera.

The other biggest difference is the ISO range- The Canon 1DX mark II enjoys 1-stop more ISO than its predecessor, the Canon 1DX was limited to 2014800 on the other hand the Canon 1DX mark II was limited to 409600.. so the 1-stop difference will allow 1DX mark II camera to get cleaner images in low-light condition.

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Canon 1DX Mark II vs Canon 1DX Auto-Focus

Althoug the Canpn 1DX Mark II camera features same AF system as of the Canon 1DX camera but there are some sort of improvements take a look.

  1. All 61 AF point now work at F8 aperture, it will be a great help while shooting brids or any other subjects with telephoto lenses.
  2. Although the AF module remains same but the EOS-1D X Mark II’s AF algorithm has also been improved: it’s equipped with AI Servo AF III+, which remembers the AF path and helps refine precision. Whether choosing individual AF points manually, using the Large Zone AF area or any of the camera’s automatic AF selection modes, the EOS-1D X Mark II is designed to exceed users’ expectations for high-precision AF.

Improved RGB Metering Sensor (1DX 100K vs 1DX Mk II 360K)
The newly announced 1DX Mk II camera now features 360K RGB+IR metering sensor combined with Dual Digic 6+ processor that greatly contribute to the camera’s impressive AF performance for both stills and video.

The Canon 1DX Mark II can record 4K videos @ 60fps (1DX was limited to Full HD Video only)
The canon 1DX Mk II can record 4K (Motion JPEG)video at up to 60 fps, recording smoothly to CFast™ cards. It’s the first EOS camera able to record Full HD video at 120 fps. Users can select ISO upto 12800 for 4K video and 25600 ISO while recording Full HD video.

Introduction of Touch and Shoot Capability in 1DX series
The Canon EOS-1D X Mark II camera’s comes with a 3.2-inchtouch panel TFT LCD monitor has approximately 1.62 million dots Its new touchscreen function allows AF point switching and image magnification during Live View shooting and movie shooting, providing convenient operation.

New in-camera Digital Lens Optimizer technology
The EOS-1D X Mark II not only corrects peripheral brightness and chromatic aberration, but also features distortion correction plus diffraction correction, which has been included for the first time in an EOS camera. Distortion correction helps resolve barrel and pincushion distortions,while diffraction correction virtually eliminates the blurring effects from diffraction that can be created when capturing an image at a small aperture. The camera’s Dual DIGIC 6+ Image Processors help ensure these corrections can be made with virtually no effect on operational speed.

Verdict:  For current Canon 1DX camera users I don’t recommend you to upgrade your camera with Canon 1DX Mark II, I suggest you to wait for the next version Canon 1DX Mark III.

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