Nikon 24-70 2.8 - $2300Sony 24-70 2.8 - $2200, Nikon 70-200 2.8 - $2600Sony 70-200 2.8 - $2600, Nikon 50mm 1.8 - $600Sony 55mm 1.8 - $1000 (the cheaper Sony isn’t close to the same quality as the Nikon), Nikon 20mm 1.8 - $1050Sony 20mm 1.8 - $900, Nikon 35mm 1.8 - $850Sony 35mm 1.8 - $750, Nikon 24-200mm - $900Sony 24-240mm - $1050. I don't want APS-C and don't want fake medium format either. So, it surprises me that the battery life is so short. Contact Us. ;-) All I know is I’m happy I refunded the X-T4 with 16-80mm and replaced it with the Z5 + 24-200mm. The Z5 will have 1.7x more FL than the equivalent lens on the A7R II. You can pick and choose all you want, but the takeaway is that the lenses are close in price across the board. Because in Europe, by and large, (and yes, I've been there-twice) they take care of their people, not just their stock market and Corporations. I can pretty much guarantee that you will need more batteries. If you put the 70-200mm f/2.8 or the 200-400mm f/4 on the camera, it performs even better – but that is what I would expect from the higher quality dream-team lenses. Interesting. The thing though is that there are few, if any, FE lens I’d rather have than it’s Nikon Z mount counterpart. Gee four or five years ago, adapting EF glass to Sony was the Renaissance because that meant full frame Sony had full frame and more lenses than anyone. Nikon D780 vs Nikon D750 Nikon D780 vs Nikon Z5. Depending on which system you're in and what your needs are, they might just be the compact, well-priced and impressively sharp little primes you've been looking for. I have not made this ISO testing too exhaustive; there are so many reviews that will go into finer detail. Good point, stills photography is such a niche these days, who buys a camera just for that ;)As mentioned by cosmicnode, if the camera was great at video also it might have got 90+. only, a dim-lit, small PentaMirror OVF, instead of a bright Pentaprism one, no decent Al-mg Body build Quality, no Top Shoulder Display, etc. The Z6/Z7 II are very likely to be better and cheaper. The a7rII is a relic from before Sony fixed their AF system, battery life, and added some weather sealing. I researched and changed settings to try and fix but it was always the same even in great light. Live Chat. Combining the wireless feature, and going back to its filming capability, one feature I love about this camera is the slow-motion mode. I have the Z6, and the Z5 I had was not even close in the autofocus department. So not sure why you are the only one saying it’s not selling well. Nikon D780 ($2,296.95 –… For a landscape shooter on a budget, it could be just the thing. The world has moved on. 0.7% higher pixel density than Nikon Z5. The A7R II was from September, 2015 and state of the art when launched, so wouldn’t call it a relic - compared to a Z5. But lens lineup is considerably more $$$ than Sony counterparts. But remember, a used Eos R/5D Mark 4 today still more expensive than the Z5 body only. It is amazing that some haven't gotten the message yet- mirrorless does NOT mean sweet tiny lil lenses. I don't do video, so a more affordable FF camera that has less investment in that tech is more appealing to me. Aiming to save photographers carrying a cable and a charger for every battery they use, this device handles up to four batteries at the same time and can charge at home, in the car and via a USB power bank. Where the S glass is needed is for video, as it's silent to focus and very smooth switching focus areas. The 300D was the 1st cheapskate DSLR for the Masses. Inside the box, a legal USA version has a warranty card from Nikon USA. I use my 300PF and 500PF on my Z6 frequently and have no issues. I have posted in the Nikon Z forum about this and it seems others have had the same experience. The serial number on the card must match the serial number on the bottom of your camera, or you have no warranty. The D750 and Z5 have similar sensors, which are conventional FSI 24MP EXMOR sensors. The D750 and Z5 have similar sensors, which are conventional FSI 24MP EXMOR sensors. Body Design. If you can live with XQD, Z6 is absolutely the best value, it has the same sensor as the mighty A7m3.When the Z6 came out I had a look, I loved it, and if it were not that stupid XQD, I would have bought one. Point control and Eye and Lock-on with third-party lenses were all fixed with updates. The 65mm T2 completes Vazen's set of anamorphic lenses for the Micro Four Thirds system. Huh. 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