- 42.4-megapixel BSI CMOS full frame sensor
- BIONZ X image processor
- 399-point autofocus system
- ISO range 50-32,000 (expandable to 102,400)
- 10fps burst shooting speed
- 4K video at 24fps or 30fps and 1080p at 120fps
- 45.7-megapixel BSI CMOS FX sensor
- Expeed 5 image processor
- 153-point autofocus system
- ISO range 64-25,600 (expandable to 102,400)
- 7fps burst shooting speed (9fps with optional battery grip)
- 4K video at 30fps and 1080p video at 120fps
Two of the very best cameras on the market right now are the Sony A7R III and the Nikon D850.
Of course, the question is, which one of these camera beasts is the best? So here is Nikon D850 vs Sony A7RIII Epic Shootout by PhotographyTalk.com.
In the video above, Michael the Maven tackles this question.
The great thing about Michael's review of these cameras is that he is in no way sponsored by either company.
That means you get a real-world, real-life view of these cameras without worrying about the opinions offered being skewed because of money.
Have a look at what Michael has to say, and for a few details on the specifications of these amazing cameras, check the article below.
Editor's Tip: Sell your old lenses and use the money to buy an upgraded camera. Start selling your old gear now.
Key Specs: Sony A7R III
Clearly, the Sony A7R III is a beast.
This camera was meant to take on Canon and Nikon in the high-end camera market, and as Michael demonstrates in his video, Sony succeeded in more ways than one.
Best Feature: The autofocus system. It is unparalleled in its number of AF points and its performance.
Key Specs: Nikon D850
The Nikon D850 is loaded with features, as you can see above.
Not only is this one of the best cameras that Nikon has ever made, it's also one of the best cameras ever made by anyone.
But don't take my word for it. See what Michael has to say about the D850 in the video above!
Best Feature: The sensor. DxOMark gave it a perfect score - the first sensor to garner a 100 out of 100.