Sony A6400 destroys the Canon EOS-RP in terms of video performance

When it comes to the video performance the new $899 Sony A6400 literally destorys the new $1299 Canon EOS-RP. It beats the hell out of the Canon in terms of dynamic range, video specs, autofocus speed and so on…

Check out Max Yuryevs video!

Sony A6400:
USA at BHphoto, Adorama, FocusCamera, Buydig, Amazon.
Europe at Calumet Germany, ParkCameras UK, Jessops.
Asia at Sony Australia and Sony Japan.

Lensrentals about the new Sony 135mm GM lens: “sharpest lens we have ever tested”

Lensrentals tested the MTF of the new Sony 135mm GM lens:

These results are insanely good. At 100 lp/mm the Sony 135mm f/1.8 GM has a higher MTF than most excellent primes do at 50 lp / mm. If you don’t speak MTF, basically that means this lens can resolve fine details that would be a blur on excellent lenses. This is the sharpest lens we’ve tested. Period.

And below a new test by Miguel Quiles and an interesting comparison with the Sigma 135mm ART by Manny Ortiz:


Sony 135mm GM at Amazon, BHphoto, Adorama and FocusCamera. EU at ParkCameras, WexUK and Calumet DE.
Sigma 135mm f/1.8 at BHphoto, FocusCamera, Amazon and Adorama.

Nikon Z6 sensor gets DxOmarked and shows basically similar Sony A7III performance

Two news to report:

First, DxO is back testing cameras (see press note at the bottom)
Second, they tested the Nikon Z6 sensor and surprise surprise….there is no surprise :) It uses the same A7III sensor and results are very similar. The small differences are due the different processing of the images.

PARIS – March 8, 2019 – DxOMark is back to testing DSLRs! The Nikon Z 6 review is the first of many sensor reviews planned for 2019. As mirrorless full-frame cameras are on the rise, this segment will be our focus in upcoming sensor publications.

Sony vs Nikon EyeAF test by Dpreview

Dpreview posted this quick Sony vs Nikon EyeAF test video:

Both cameras do a good job of recognizing the subject’s eye and sticking with it, even when she covers her face for a period of time. They’re similarly fast to find the eye again, afterward.