The standard resolution of camera sensors has skyrocketed in the last few years, and the once niche 50-megapixel level is now very much a standard figure. This excellent video compares the image quality between four of the most respected modern cameras, the Sony a1, Sony a7R IV, Canon R5, and Nikon Z 7II.
Coming to you from Tony & Chelsea Northrup, this great video review takes a look at the image quality between the Sony a1, Sony a7R IV, Canon R5, and Nikon Z 7II. No doubt, we are spoiled nowadays. Whereas just a few years ago, very high-resolution sensors were restricted to a few niche cameras that were built for that specific purpose, now, we can have high levels of resolution and dynamic range in a body that can also fire off frames at a breakneck pace, something that was simply unheard of before. It is certainly a treat to be able to track a quickly moving subject and take a quick burst and be left with a wide range of shots to choose from with plenty of room to crop and recompose the photo after the fact. Check out the video above for the full rundown from the Northrups.