The Nikon D850 proved to be better than the Sony A7rII. How big is the difference between these cameras?
We tested the Sony A7rII – although it's not the latest camera, it's still a big piece of equipment that has very little competition. However, it turns out that Alpha was ahead of the Nikon D850. Which test was better? Both cameras were tested by DxOMark . At the top of the die, with a score of 98 points, Sony A7rII remained for two years . Not even the cameras like the Nikon D5 or Sony A9 were threatened. The only model that had a chance in this clash was the Nikon D810 – a year older, got 97 points. So much for the Sony RX1R II from 2015.Recently appeared the Nikon D850. A long awaited camera that made a lot of noise. It turns out that this was not groundless. The Nikon D850 is the first camera to receive a 100 on the DxOMark . It is the best camera reviewed on this portal. Speech of the course is primarily about the matrix. Nikon has a slight advantage in terms of color depth (26.4 vs. 26 bits) and tonal range (14.8 vs. 13.9 Evs). Sony has proved to be a better performer in the ISO test – the D850 has a value of ISO 2660, for Sony it is 3434. The difference is quite a lot, but do not be fooled – they are laboratory ISO tests and few will notice. There is no 26 bit color depth, just let's say 20 bit and ISO6400 will not be a challenge for both devices . All you have to do is congratulate Nikon for the great equipment. Interesting how they will answer now Sony and Canon to challenge this. You'll see in DxOMark.