Best Camera of the World


In this article we will find the best camera in the world and popularity of that is growing up rapidly and leading towards to write a new history with their groundbreaking performances. Well, we will choose the best camera based on the sensor score (overall score) they earned during the lab test at DxoMark.

dxomark-results So, looking at the overall score we can clearly say that Sony A7R II is getting the upper hand as well as top position the list of best camera… let’s see Sony A7R II camera in details and the cameras afterwards Sony A7R II.

1. Sony A7R II

We won’t explain much more about Sony A7R II, but its cutting edge specs are taking the responsibility to describe what this camera can do? Actually, this magnified camera from Sony has been furnished with incredible 42.4 MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor and then the glorious 399 focal-plane phase-detection AF point fabricated with 25 contrast AF points, taking the photographers to next level. Interestingly, during the DxoMark lab test, the A7R II created indelible impression over the lab engineers and photographers and its excellent performance enforced them to list it on the top with overall score of 98. However, its dynamic range also crossed the standard level, plus the camera is giving the enhanced result in lowlight too.

Price Factor- Honestly, its price is not too high the way its work, which is comparatively lower than Canon 1DX Mark II, Nikon D5 and other medium format cameras in its range.

2. Nikon D810

How this camera holds the second position in the list? Probably many of you would ask me the same question since this is two years old camera. Maybe this is an old camera but its outstanding imaging result is clarifying everything and the most favorite is its coercive dynamic range…outstanding! You can see that if we were to decorate the list according to the dynamic range then Nikon D810 would hold the prime place in the catalog. Well, Nikon D810 is the benchmark from Nikon that features a high resolution of 36.3-megapixel, full-frame FX-format sensor without an optical low pass filter (OLPF), plus the Nikon D810 integrates fascinating Multi-Cam 3500-FX AF sensor module and focus system also has 15 cross-type AF sensors for enhanced accuracy in tracking the subjects. If you look at the table you can see that DxoMark has given it an overall score of 97.

Nikon D810 is undoubtedly the magnificent camera, but its replacement is due for long time and it may also happen that its successor (Nikon D820/850) could cross the overall score as achieved by current Nikon D810, when Nikon announces it.

3. Sony RX1R II


Maintaining the tradition of making smaller yet excellent camera… Sony once again launched its remarkable Sony RX1R II, which is pocket sized but renders powerful specifications and its retro-look is truly impressive. DxoMark once again have gone through a cold test to measure this back-illuminated 35mm full-frame Exmor R CMOS sensor with approx. 42.4 effective megapixels performance and gave an overall score of 97. Probably the Rx1R II is lagging behind the Nikon D810 due to it lower dynamic range. Otherwise, the camera’s lowlight performance is leaving mark and its color and depth of field is also exceptional.

4. Pentax K-1


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Its nimble performance compared to its price is really surprising us. Its price is lower than two thousand dollars, but gives you many things that are lot to be desired. The Pentax K-1 offers a 36.4MP CMOS sensor, 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilization and 33-point AF system with 25 cross-type points. Its dynamic range and lowlight performance is outstanding that’s may be one of the scathing reasons that led this camera to hold 4th position and pushed away the branded Nikon D800E.

5. Nikon D800E


nikon-d800eThe four years old camera has been flawlessly adjusted in the list reason is its high resolution 36.3-megapixel FX-format (35.9 x 24mm) CMOS sensor is ideal for demanding applications such as weddings, studio portraiture and landscape. The Nikon D800E is fit for such applications because its dynamic range is exceptional, it can deliver you images with high fidelity etc. However, its dynamic range is much better than its acquaintance Sony A7R II, but staying behind in lowlight and other photography performance. DxoMark gave it overall score of 96.

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