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Canon 750D vs. Sony A77 II

Canon 750D vs. Sony A77II 1The Canon 750D vs Sony A77 II, Canon 750D features Hybrid CMOS AF sensor and on the other hand the Sony A77 II is built with SLT technology… take a look at the detailed specification comparison review of both the camera…

Major Difference

Canon 750D vs. Sony A77II Specification Comparison Table.

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There is no such huge difference exists in both cameras if we look from above, the megapixel and sensor size remains same. Sony a77II has 24.3 mega pixel APS-C sensor size which is approxi 23.5 X 15.6mm whereas Canon 750D features 24 mega pixel APS-C sensor having size of size i.e. 22.3 X 14.9mm. Both cameras include low pass filter.
AF system:
The Sony A77 II features advance AF module compared to Canon 750D, the Sony A77 II built with a 79 point AF Module and Canon 750D comes with 19 point AF module. So in this regard Sony A77 II will produce iconic images than Canon 750D while shooting a sports event.

Technology inside

The Canon 19 point AF module is active only when you are using the optical viewfinder,  Now when you are using the live view mode and recording videos Hybrid CMOS sensor Phase AF pixels gets active and with the help of these pixels user will get high speed AF while he is using live view display or shooting videos.

The Sony A77 II has fixed mirror inside it, the camera AF module constantly eat some portion of sensor light (10-20%) to acquire AF, hence while you are using the electronic viewfinder or display, the AF module always remains active. But due to loss of light images at high ISO get are bit noisy.

ISO range: – The Canon 750D ISO range is limited to 25600 on the other hand the Sony A77 II has one stop more ISO range.. that’s 51200. Theoretically the Sony A77 II will produce better image quality than the Canon 750D, but I will suggest you wait unit we or any other website publish a HIGH ISO test between the Canon 750D and Sony A77 II.

Top continuous shooting speed: – Cameras capable of high continuous shooting rates are much desired when subjects is in motion or when you are shooting a sports event. Canon 750D has 5 fps whereas Sony a77II has 12 fps.

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Display: – If you check the screen size of both the cameras than you won’t find difference in it. Both cameras has 3 inch screen but still there is one difference exists that Sony a77II has rear screen swivel LCD(1,228,800) but Canon 750D has pivoting touch screen LCD(1040000).

Video: Both camera can record videos in Full HD mode, the only difference is the Sony A77 II can record videos @ 60fps and the Canon 750D is limited to 30fps, so if you are a videographer you should go with the Sony A77 II.

WI-FI and NFC: – Both cameras have inbuilt Wi-Fi, but Sony A77 II is the only camera that arrives with NFC connectivity, the NFC connectivity allows you to easily control your camera with a smart device..

Battery life: – If you charge battery for single time, you can shoot somewhere around 480 shots through Sony a77 II whereas you can shoot somewhere around 440 shots with 750D.  So no major difference here… but as you know every single frame matters.

Weight: – The weight of Canon 750D is light weight as compared to Sony a77II. The weight of Canon 750D is 555 gram whereas Sony a77II is 647 gram. So we conclude that you can easily carry Canon 750D.

Cost Difference – The Body of Sony A77 II camera will cost you approx $948 and the body of Canon 750D will cost you approx $749.. you will save $200 if you buy Canon 750D camera.

Verdict: – If we look at the specification comparison table… the Sony A77 II is a clear winner.. however the A77 II is more dedicated for sporting event / photographers those who need more continuous shooting speed and Fast AF, on other hand the Canon 750D is a also a good complete package and will cost your approx $200 less than the Sony A77 II.

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Also see Sony A77 II Recommended Lenses

High ISO TEST - Sony A77 II vs Canon 70D vs Nikon D7100 vs Pentax K-3

Sony-A77-II-imageHigh ISO RAW Test of Sony A77 II camera done by french website focus-numerique, you can download the high resolution sample images from here.

Sony-A77-II-ISO-3200-imagevisible image noise actually starts from ISO 3200, Both Sony A77 II and Canon 70D showing excellent image quality but Nikon D7100 and Pentax K-3 is showing bit high amount of noise compared to Canon or Sony.

Continue reading High ISO TEST – Sony A77 II vs Canon 70D vs Nikon D7100 vs Pentax K-3

Sony A77 II High ISO TEST - Red Tint Problem

We have collected some of the high ISO test images of recently announced Sony A77 II camera, the High ISO test is done with Canon 70D, Nikon D7100 and Sony A77 (predecessor of Sony A77 II), But all JPEG images of A77 II have a bit reddish color tint in them, take a look below


Sony A77 II vs Canon 70D – at least Canon 70D showing real colors and bit more details compared to A77 II at ISO 12800. See specification comparison here


Sony A77 II vs Nikon D7100 – the Sony A77 II is bit more flat compared to Nikon D7100, again the D7100 colors look more real compared to A77 II.Sony-A77-II-vs.-Sony-A77-5

 Sony A77 II vs Sony A77 – Yes finally at ISO 6400 Sony A77 II is showing bot more details compared to its predecessor , but red-tint problem remains constant, on the other hand Sony A77 showing real life colors.

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Sony A77 II vs Canon 70D


Sony A77 II vs Canon 70D, Sony A77 II is recently announced professional APS-C camera and Canon 70D is a approx 1 year old semi-professional APS-C camera from Canon, take a look at the specification comparison below.


Sony A77 II has more  resolution + more ISO range compared to Canon 70D. But the more ISO range is not so useful as we can clearly see in the High ISO Test the Canon 70D showing more details.

AF System:
Both System features HYBRID AF system but the Hybrid AF system in both the camera implemented in a different way.

The Sony uses SLT technology, in SLT technology uses fixed translucent  mirror above the sensor and approx 20 – 30% of light transferred to the AF sensor and rest of the light goes to image sensor, the fixed mirror-technology compromises with image quality but gives you very fast AF and continuous shooting speed.

The Canon 70D uses Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology, the Canon 70D sensor integrates two separate photodiodes within each pixel to provide a broad and dense network of phase-detection gathering elements to help reduce focusing time required by traditional contrast based system camera.

Canon 70D AF points are less than Sony A77 II, and the other most important part is continuous shooting speed, Sony A77 II is can shoot 12 frames per second at a bit higher resolution , Canon 70D is limited to 7 fps only.

Video: Sony A77 II can shoot full HD videos @ 60fps on the other hand Canon Full HD mode is limited to 30fps only.

Display: 3.0″ 1,040k-Dot Vari-Angle Touchscreen, you can also shoot your subject just by tapping on the screen, Sony A77 II comes with 3.0″ 1,228k-Dot 3-Way Tilting LCD Screen (no touch control available in A77 II).

NFC in A77 II: Sony A77 II is bit more social camera compared to Canon 70D since it comes with built in NFC, so you can syn. any of your smart device to shoot form a distance.

I have added one pic only to show the image quality difference, the Sony A77 II image is down-sampled to match with Canon 70D.


Canon 70D showing natural colors with more details compared to Sony A77 II, why Sony A77 II is showing bit more reddish hue in the image ?

Verdict: For sports shooter and Videographers we highly recommend you to buy Sony A77 II, if you are a still shooter we recommend go with Canon 70D.

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Sony A77 II at DxOMark Lab


Sony A77 II score surfaced at DxOMark lab, the overall sensor performance is much improved when we compare the score of A77 II with A77 and other mirrorless and SLT cameras

sony-a77-dxo-lab-imageSony A77 II versus popular DSLRs

Sony A77 II vs Nikon D7100


Both camera features excellent core specification and shares same APS-C sensor format, the price of both the camera are exactly the same… take a look at the specification comparison review and see who wins…

Sony-A77-II-vs-Nikon-D7100-Sensor: The Sony A77 II sensor delivers better ISO range and more resolution compare to its competitor, the ISO range of Sony A77 II is 100-51200 and Nikon D7100 ISO range limited to 100-25600.

Image Stabilization : No matter what type of lenses you use, the A77 II offers in body image stabilization, The Nikon D7100 don’t have in body image stabilization, you have to buy VR lenses to fight camera shake.

Low-pass filter: Without low-pass filter the Nikon D7100 will sure give you more details in images compared to A77 II. (when viewed at 100%).

AF System: Technically the Sony A77 II does fast Auto focus since the camera is made with SLT technology, the A77 II uses phase and contrast based system at the same time and uses a total of 79 AF points to quickly acquire the focus, on the other hand the Nikon D7100 uses phase AF system with 51 AF point and contrast based system becomes active when you are using LCD live-view display for shooting your images.

Continuous shooting: Without losing a fraction of second the A77 II shoots blazing fast continuous shots @ 12 fps and Nikon D7100 limited to 6fps.

Display: With A77 II you get Swivel LCD display on the other hand Nikon D7100 comes with fixed LCD display.

Connectivity: The A77 II features WiFi connectivity with NFC (near field communication), you cam share your images witlessly to your network and you can also use your smartphone or tablet to shoot images from a distance. No such facility available in Nikon D7100.

Verdict: The Sony A77 II is a clear winner and a excellent camera based on specification comparison review, but with Nikon D7100 we get a huge amount of high quality lenses to choose from… and without optical low-filter we will get super sharp images when viewed at 100%.

Buy A77 II from Amazon || B&H || Adorama  |||| Buy Nikon D7100 from Amazon | B&H

Sony A77 II vs Sony A77


Sony A77 II vs Sony A77  specification comparison- Sony A77 II is just announced by Sony, according to the press release published by Sony, camera features newly developed sensor, new Bionz X image processor and it can also record Full HD videos at mp4 (web friendly) or in RAW format (need external recorder for RAW video files), take a look at the specification sheet below for common strength and difference between these two smartphone.


New features in Sony New A77 II

  • Camera have new AF system – 79 Phase AF points and 15 are cross-type,
  • Bionz X image processor, with the help of new image processor and newly developed image processing algorithm Sony unlocked ISO range up to 51200.
  • 3″ Swivel LCD display
  • Built in WiFi and NFC

But unfortunately the continuous shooting speed remains same, its a major drawback for Sony since they have taken a complete three year of time to develop Sony A77 II camera.

Both have same video recording specification [Full HD @ 60fps] and format AVCHD / MP4 (MPEG-4 AVC (H.264)).

Verdict: Sony A77 II surely is an upgrade from A77, you get fast AF system, advance image processor, improved high resolution display and built in WiFi with NFC. For image quality wait till the high ISO test images get surfaced over the web, however we have published A77 II images taken at different ISO level few days ago here.

Buy A77 II from Amazon || B&H || Adorama