Canon EOS R vs Nikon Z6/Z7 vs Sony A7 III size comparison

Canon Eos R Firmware Update

A few Canon EOS R size comparison pictures courtesy of ApoTelyt’s CAM-parator app.

Nikon’s Z6 and Canon’s EOS R seem to have the same size (the EOS R looks a bit bulkier, though), while the Sony A7 III is noticeably smaller than the Canon EOS R

All information about today’s Canon EOS R announcement (videos, press release, and more) are here.

 

Pre-orders for the Canon EOS R will start September 12, 2018, you can get notified by B&H Photo or Adorama when pre-orders are available. For pre-order notification at B&H for all new Canon gear announced today see here.

[via apotelyt.com]

More Mirrorless War Predictions (Fuji just a niche, Nikon underdog, Canon and Sony the big players)

Magic Lantern Mirrorless

Tony & Chelsea Northrup posted a 30min video where they analyse possible mirrorless market scenarios after Canon and Nikon will have released their upcoming full frame mirrorless cameras.

They say:

Nikon and Canon seem to be releasing full-frame cameras, and that changes EVERYTHING. Sony has had no competition for full frame mirrorless, can they survive a head-on fight against the two biggest camera makers? How will Panasonic, Olympus, and Fujifilm fare? And is Pentax even in the fight?

They are arguing that the battle will be between Sony and Canon, and they see Nikon as the underdog and Fuji occupying a niche (because Fuji has no full frame MILCs). For sure no other company has a technological advantage in the mirrorless field like Sony has. I’m a bit sceptical about Fuji occupying just a nice, since I believe their MILCs (and lens ecosystem) are state of the art. According to Northrups, Fujifilm will end up in the 4th place, after Sony, Canon and Nikon. Micro 4/3 as well as Pentax will disappear or count very little in the future.

[via Fuji Rumors]

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV vs Sony a7 III Low Light Portrait Comparison

Sony A7 Iii

Photographer Julia Trotti, well known for her portrait work, discusses how the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and the Sony a7 III stand to each other when it comes to low light portrait photography. A real world comparison between the EOS 5D Mark IV ad the Sony a7 III.

[via Fstoppers]

Seven Things You Might Want To Know Before Buying The Sony a7 III

Sony A7 Iii

Sony a7 III at a glance:

  • 24MP Full-Frame Exmor R BSI CMOS Sensor
  • BIONZ X Image Processor & Front-End LSI
  • 693-Point Hybrid AF System
  • UHD 4K30p Video with HLG & S-Log3 Gammas
  • 2.36m-Dot Tru-Finder OLED EVF
  • 3.0″ 922k-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
  • 5-Axis SteadyShot INSIDE Stabilization
  • ISO 204800 and 10 fps Shooting
  • Built-In Wi-Fi and NFC, Dual SD Slots
  • USB Type-C Port, Weather-Sealed Design

Sony cameras are hyped and tech-packed, but regularly fall short on simple things, like ergonomics. In this short video, DIYPhotography lists seven aspects of the A7III that might disappoint you, especially if you discover them after having bought the Sony a7 III:

  1. No built-in Intervalometer
  2. The touchscreen is infuriating
  3. Only one UHS-II memory card slot
  4. Default settings are good for no one
  5. There is no battery charger
  6. Confusing Menus
  7. Monitor Lag

Here is the video:

Sony a7 III: Amazon | Adorama | B&H Photo

[via DIY Photography]

A Bit of Everything (Sony, Lensbaby, Sigma, Tips & Tricks)

Above: Why I made the Big Switch to Sony (and a message to Canon and Fujifilm) – Sean Tucker


Above: Deciphering the Canon Optical Wireless Flash Communication Protocol – Science’n’me


Lensbaby Sol 45 f/3.5 Lens review by Fstoppers

Here are seven things they did not tell you before you bought the Sony A7IIIDIY Photography

First impressions review of the Sigma 105mm f/1.4 Art lens – The “Bokeh Master” – DIY Photography

How to photograph Meteor Showers – Canon DLC

Five Tips for Better Outdoor Portraits – Canon DLC

Natural Light Portraiture – Canon DLC

Creative Uses of Extreme Focal Lengths for Landscape Photography – Canon DLC

This is Why Your Photos are Boring (But It’s Not Really Your Fault) – The Phoblographer

Review: Canon EOS M50 (Canon EF-M) (Not Bad, But Not Fantastic) – The Phoblographer

Review: Tamron 70-210mm f4 Di VC USD (Canon EF) – The Phoblographer

Five reasons why the 35mm lens can be perfect for travel photography – DIY Photography

Five (More) Uncomfortable Truths About Photography – Digital Photography School

Review: Canon EF 24-105mm f4 L IS USM IIThe Phoblographer

ePhotozine reviewed the Canon Rebel T100/EOS 4000D, the cheapest DSLR you can buy, and they say there is little to like.

This instant camera turns everything you shoot into cartoon doodles – DIY Photography

NameThatLens is a cross-platform tool to inject EXIF data into vintage lens photos – DIY Photography

Ten steps to follow if you want to become a full-time photographer – DIY Photography


Below: 7 Reasons To Buy The Canon 6Dii Instead Of The Sony A7iii – Camera Conspiracies


Below: Why I ditched full frame for micro four thirds cameras ? [Canon vs Panasonic Mirrorless]


Below: Why Sony is absolutely KILLING it right now – The Art of Photography


Below: Canon C200 Review – 6 MONTHS LATER! – Armando Ferreira

Entry-level APS-C Mirrorless Shootout (Canon EOS M50 vs Sony a6000 vs Fujifilm X-T100)

Canon Eos M50 Mark Ii

DPReview TV posted a 14 minutes video where they compare Canon’s EOS M50 with the Sony a6000 and Fujiflm X-T100. Chris and Jordan walk you through the pros and cons of each camera to help you make the best decision for your needs. And the winner is…the EOS M50 (most well rounded entry-level MILC)!

Enjoy.