The best choice, if you are looking to buy a camera depends on your need and the specific features which you are looking for in your shooting. Although both the digital camera models offer different shooting experiences, mirrorless cameras are becoming more and more popular in the recent years.
In this article we will give an in-depth comparison between SONY A7R III which is a pro mirrorless camera whereas Nikon D7500, an advanced DSLR Camera - both introduced in 2017. Also, looking into some of the key differences between DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras, taking a quick look at a comparison between both Sony and Nikon digital cameras in general and finally will give an in-depth comparative detail into on our chosen two models from each brand, Nikon D7500 and Sony A7R III.
MIRRORLESS OR DSLR CAMERA ?
What are the key difference between Mirrorless & DSLR?
DSLRs uses a mirror in the body to reflect the image upto the viewfinder; whereas the mirror flips up and moves out of the way when you shoot an image. In Mirrorless camera’s sensors create an electronic image which is then displayed either on the rear screen or in the e-viewfinder with a single AF instead of using in-built mirror with two AF systems. However, mirrorless cameras are becoming a serious alternative for it’s compact size and weight than DSLRs. For more details keep reading below.
WHAT ARE THE KEY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SONY & NIKON CAMERAS?
Sony and Nikon are one of the leading popular brands in the camera industry offering a wide range of digital cameras for all levels of photographers. Although both may offer similar features allowing you to take top-notch photo or videos depending on the model you use, both brands more or less uses some few different technologies in some features as below.
COMPARE BETWEEN SONY A7R III VS NIKON D7500
Both the camera’s are high-end designed for professional to expert level photography, Sony A7R III is equipped with full-frame camera with a larger image sensor and more advanced autofocus system. It is also no surprise the price variation between the two, A7R III being significantly expensive than Nikon D7500, D7500 is also an exceptional mid-range camera with a smaller image sensor and a more modest autofocus system, but it is also more compact and lightweight.
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Keep in mind, the different types of sensors, image processor and auto focus system both uses, your choice will depend upon the type of photography you wish the camera to provide since these three difference in technologies from both brands caters to specific characteristics.
A quick glance over the features below.
Some photography shot in both cameras - shot in low light.
Photo Shot by Nikon D7500. Focal Length: 35 mm, Aperture: f/5, Exposure: 1/160 sec, ISO: 50
Photo Credits: Oceanian
Photo Shot by Sony A7R III, and a Sigma 14mm F1.8 lens.ISO 3200.
Photo Credits: Digitalphotography Review