All You Need To Know About Sony Camera

by Bunty Goswami
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Sony cameras are renowned for their reliability and quality, especially the A7R models, which have substantial 42-megapixel sensors that allow incredible editing flexibility. But, of course, there’s a lot more to it. Each manufacturer adds its twist through features, image-enhancing strategies, and, of course, the design of the camera bodies. So how does Sony differ from the competition?

Video-Autofocus  

A pellicle mirror is often installed in many Sony DSLR cameras to display the image in the viewfinder. Instead of an opaque mirror on a DSLR, the pellicle mirror inside Sony cameras allows most of the light to reach the sensor while providing enough light for the electronic viewfinder. Despite being a new addition to popular DSLRs, this technology has been used for years in other cameras.

Auto ISO that you can adjust 

Photographers have requested this feature for years, so they were delighted to see Sony including it in the Sony a77. Most of the pros enjoy shooting in aperture priority mode whenever possible. Still, they need to monitor the shutter speed, so it doesn’t drop too low during evening shooting, especially when the natural light quickly turns out.  

Let’s imagine setting the aperture and shutter speed and knowing that the ISO will increase automatically. By doing so, the exposure is at that level where we know the camera will not overexpose. This would be useful for game and wildlife photographers.

High image frame rates

When you see the specs of Sony DSLRs, the frame rate is the most impressive feature. The Sony a77, for example, is capable of capturing 24-megapixel images at a rate of 12 frames per second. Traits like these make the best Sony cameras the better option for shooting sports, wildlife, or children.  

Pocket-friendly prices

Sony hasn’t been overly price-conscious in its recent releases, but generally, its DSLR cameras are more affordable than those made by Canon and Nikon.

GPS

Photographers would gladly pay more to have GPS on their DSLRs, even on EMI. However, Canon and Nikon have been better about including the features in their cameras than Sony.

In-camera image stabilization

You need to integrate the image stabilization mechanism into Canon and Nikon’s lenses, but it comes installed in a Sony Camera. It is difficult to say which one performs better since no one has compared the two approaches head-to-head. However, most photographers agree that Sony has the advantage here. Furthermore, having the IS mechanism built into the camera eliminates the need to purchase a new lens, which is a bonus.

Awesome sensors 

Sensors from Sony are exceptional. We have found that the Sony cameras always produce the highest quality images from various camera manufacturers. Therefore, it’s usually best to select either a full-frame, in which the sensor is the same size as a 35mm film frame, or a crop-sensor, the most common of which is APS-C. 

Full-frame sensors produce higher quality images, better colour, better detail, and a more fantastic dynamic range – meaning the ability to capture fine details across a range of lighting using a Sony DSLR camera. APS-C sensors are smaller and cheaper than full-frame sensors, but they crop lenses, which means that the device produces zoomed-in images relative to the original lenses.

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Also read: 7 things that you must know about a DSLR camera

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