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Nikon D5500 Camera at DxOMark Lab

Nikon-D5500-Dxo-mark-lab-imageNikon D5500 score published at DXO Mark Lab, the score is just amazing and better than any of the present mid-entry level APS-C camera, take a look at the score chart below.Nikon-D5500-dxo-mark-imgThe most interesting part Nikon D5500 low light performance is better than  Canon 70D and Nikon D7100 DSLR,

Nikon-D5500-comparison-scorAs we can see marginal difference between Nikon D5500 and Nikon D5300 score, however we can clearly see that the Nikon mid-entry level camera score is far more better than the Canon High-End APS-C DSLR camera.

Also see – Recommended Lenses for Nikon D5500

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source – DXO

Sony A7R II Rumored Specification

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Sony A7R II confirmed set of specification floating over the web, the upcoming camera has two major improvements, introduction of 5 axis image stabilization system in A7R series camera and new image processor that will improve speed and Image quality…

Take a look at the rumored specification below

  • Same 36 MP FF Sensor as of Sony A7R
  • New generation Image Processor
  • High ISO Range compared to A7R II
  • Fast Auto focusing
  • 5 Axis image stabilization as of A7 II camera
  • Silent shutter

The announcement is expected within upcoming weeks, so stay with us to get all the latest updates.

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src – SAR

Sony 50MP Camera Not Coming Anytime Soon

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We have published earlier that the Sony will soon announce new 50MP camera, but according to the latest rumors surfaced over the web the camera will possibly arrive in Q3 or Q4 of 2015,.. The to be announced 50MP camera will become ready for sale/ship within 2015….. on thing is clear according from the source of SAR website that the upcoming 50MP camera sensor performance is far more better than the recently announced 5DS R camera.. So just wait and watch and keep your fingers crossed.

Sony to Soon Announce Canon 5DS R Competitor

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src – SAR

Canon 5DS and 5DS R available for Pre-order

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The recently announced 5DS and 5DS R now available for pre-order at major online-shopping websites,T he cameras will begin shipping on June 29, 2015, take a look below for pre-order details…

Buy Canon 5DS R from Amazon | B&H

Buy Canon 5DS from Amazon | B&H

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Canon 5DS R High ISO Test

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First Canon 5DS R High ISO test is now available, the 5DS R is recently announced camera by Canon and features newly developed 50.6 Megapixel Full-frame CMOS Sensor and the Low-pass filter effect cancellation bring out the 100% details out of Canon 5DS R camera.

Now take a look at the High ISO test…

Nikon D810 vs Canon 5DSR High ISO Test Image

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Nikon D810 have less resolution (36MP vs 50MP) compared to the Canon 5DS R camera hence the photodiodes of the Nikon D810 camera are large, the Nikon D810 showing bit less noise compared to the Canon 5DS R camera.

Continue reading Canon 5DS R High ISO Test

Best High - End APS-C Camera 2015 - Canon 7D MK II vs Nikon D7200 vs A77 II vs NX1 vs X-T1

Best-APS-C-camera-2015-imgWe have done specification comparison review and high ISO test of all the best APS-C DSLR and mirrorless camera available in the market today, take a look at the specification comparison table below..

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Out of all these Prime machines Samsung NX1 core specification grabbed the maximum green lights, in terms of resolution, Advance AF system, ultra fast continuous shooting speed and a option to record 4K videos .. so finally we have to believe that Samsung NX1 camera has outstanding core specification.

Sensor

  • Resolution – The Samsung is the only one who can produce gigantic image files of 28 MP by having a APS-C sensor, A 28.2MP BSI APS-C CMOS Sensor combines with  DRIMe V Image Signal Processor works to produce ultra high-resolution image from a APS-C Sensor.
  • ISO Range – The Nikon D7200 features the broadest ISO range (100-102400) out of all those 4 cameras, the other most important factor is the Nikon D7200 doesn’t have optical low pass filter… so due to these two major advantage we do believe that it will going to produce better image quality (less noise and more details during low-light condition) compared to the other competitors.
  • Optical Low-pass filter – The absence optical low pass filter ensures the sharpness of image when viewed at 100%, so you get more details in Fujifilm X-T1 and Nikon D7200 when viewed at 100%.

Image Stabilization – The Sony A77 II is the only camera that features built in image stabilization system, the camera will sure help you to bring out sharp images during low-light environment.

Auto-Focus System:

  • Both Nikon D7200 vs Sony A77 II features traditional Contrast detect CMOS sensor and a separate AF module below the sensor, So the phase detect AF Module (with 51 AF points) of Nikon D7200 works only when the photographer is using the viewfinder of the camera, on the other hand the Sony A77 II features fixed SLT mirror so the Phase AF sensor below the sensor is always active while using viewfinder or display screen. The A77 II AF module features 79 AF point which incorporates 15 centrally-located cross-type points.
  • Samsung NX1 and Fuji X-T1 features Hybrid AF sensor with built-in active phase AF pixels inside it,  so there is no separate AF module present in both the camera, the Samsung NX1 28 MP Sensor also features 205 phase and 209 contrast-detection autofocus points to acquire focus quickly and precisely and on the other hand we don’t know much details about the details of X-T1 AF system.
  • Canon 7D Mark II features Dual Pixel CMOS AF Sensor and it is one of the most advance technology for Auto-focusing used by any camera till date, the camera uses the 65-point all cross-type autofocus system while you are using viewfinder and it activates Dual-Pixel CMOS AF technology while you are using live-view screen .As we know that in Dualpixel CMOS AF tech the system composed of two separate photodiodes within each pixel to provide a broad and dense network of phase-detection gathering elements across nearly 80% of the frame, the AF system is always utilized while you are using live view display screen for shooting video or stills.  (click here to see how dual pixel CMOS AF work).

Continuous Shooting Speed: We don’t know what kind of alien technology Samsung has, but the Samsung NX1 can shoot 15 frames per second @28 MP, no camera stands in front of Samsung NX1.

Video –  Only Samsung NX1 can shoot 4K videos by having Full Time AF support with the help of Hybrid CMOS sensor, all the other camera limited to Full HD recording only.

Connectivity: The 7D Mark II is the only camera that doesn’t have built-in WiFi connectivity,  all the other camera listed does have built in WiFi or NFC connecitivty

High ISO Test

Nikon D7200 Image sample isn’t available yet, but we do have High ISO test images of Canon 7D Mark II, Sony A77 II, Samsung NX1 and Fujifilm X-T1.

HIGH ISO TESTCanon 7D Mark II and Fujifilm X-T1, both the camera showing impressive image quality during high ISO test, the at ISO 6400 and 12800  image have minimal amount of noise and more details compared to Sony A77 II and Samsung NX1.

HIGH ISO TEST (2)

Verdict:

  • Samsung NX 1 is clear winner if we look at the comparison table of both the camera, but the NX1 system have very limited number of lenses available… so if your lens requirement is limited you should go with NX1.
  • Canon 7D Mark II is looking bit weak in comparison table but the Dual-Pixel AF system and Image quality of the camera is really impressive,  the other major factor that make you choose Canon 7D Mk II is Canon professional Lenses available of the 7D Mk II DSLR..
  • Nikon D7200 AF system is out-of date, Nikon should add Hybrid AF sensor to all its upcoming DSLR to compete in the current market.
  • Sony A77 II look good on paper but the image quality is not so good, above all the images of Sony A77 II have reddish tint on them.
  • Fujifilm X-T1 is one of the best mirrorless camera I have ever seen, the camera features advance X-Trans II sensor, no optical low-pass filter and Hybrid AF system, despite of its bit low resolution.. the image quality is good at High ISO range.

Final Word: If you are planning to buy a Pro APS-C DSLR, you should go for Canon 7D Mark II DSLR.

Also see -Canon 7D Mark II Recommended Lenses

Buy Canon 7D Mark II body at Amazon ||  B&H

Buy Nikon D7200 from Amazon

Buy Samsung NX1 from Amazon || B&H

Buy Fuji X-T1 from AMazon

Second Generation of Canon EF 50mm F1.2L Lens Coming

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Finally Canon is planing to replace a decade old Canon 50mm F1.2L Lens with the new one, the lens was introduced in 2001. The upcoming lens will obliviously contain multiple improvements but most important the upcoming lens will carry floating element like the EF 85mm f 1.2L II USM ,

Floating lens elements are also know as close-distance aberration compensation mechanisms that move independently from the main lens groups for the sole purpose of maintaining sharp, even detail across the image field and low measures of color aberration as the lens reaches its closest focusing point.

No expected time frame is available now but the Canon 35mm f/1.4L lens will arrive before the 50mm F1.2 L II Lens, so stay with us 24X7

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