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High ISO Test - Nikon D750 vs Sony A7 II vs Sony A7s

Take a look at the High ISO test between the Nikon D750 vs Sony A7 II vs Sony A7s, the High ISO test is published by French website focus-numerique…,

Nikon-D750-vs-Sony-A7-II-imBefore we start we must clear the basic that the Nikon D750 features 24.3MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor,  Sony A7 II has a 24.3MP Full-Frame Exmor CMOS Sensor and the Sony A7s built with a 12.2MP Full-Frame Exmor CMOS Sensor.

Out of all these three sensors the Sony A7 II only features hybrid CMOS Fullframe AF sensor with active phase AF points (and also the A7 II is world first fullframe mirrorless camera to feature 5-axis SteadyShot INSIDE image stabilization with 4.5 stops of compensation ), so if you are inclined towards sports photography you should go with Sony A7 II since both the A7 II and Nikon D750 have almost same image quality.

Sony A7s does showing better noise control compared to the other two camera, so if you want a lowlight monster you should buy the Sony A7s camera.

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2 comments to High ISO Test – Nikon D750 vs Sony A7 II vs Sony A7s

  • Dave Garth

    to compare these cameras fairly you should have downsized the Sony A7ii and the Nikon d750 to 12 megapixel size.

  • RRRoger

    Yes, downsizing generally improves the image by comparison.
    But, who actually downsizes otherwise.
    I want to use the image straight out of the camera or external recorder.

    As for stills and battery life, the D750 easily wins.
    That said, 99% of my work is Video in poor/low light.
    I generally use my A7s at 6400 ISO and sometimes bump it to 10,000.

    However, I hate nearly everything about the Sony experience and wish I could go back to Nikon. Although both good otherwise, my D5300 and GH4 do not do well at 6400 ISO.

    How good is the 1080P60 video of the D750 at ISO 8,000?

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