Praise for Canon G1X Mark III! Yes, for its APS-C sized sensor because no GX series camera from Canon has ever come with such a blaster image sensor (APS-C). Now Canon G1X Mark III is a solid competitor to Sony RX100 V that also has extraordinary AF system for faster focusing performance etc. On the other hand, RX100 V also comes with a novel features like
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The one thing thing that we have never seen in any Canon’s GX series camera is APS-C sensor. But with the announcement of G1X Mark III, Canon makes its powershot system much advanced and highly improved. Yes, at the core of Mark III we have 24 mp APS-C sensor unlike 1.5″ sensor in its predecessor, G1X Mark II. Have a look at the table and you
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Sony RX10 IV vs Sony RX10 III – The table below shows more than a couple of differences such as the RX10 IV has staggering 315 AF points, 24 fps burst rate etc. On the other hand, RX10 iii is the predecessor which also comes with same resolution as of RX10 IV and sensor as well. Better to go in detail comparison to know more of these two
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Look at the table where Sony RX10 IV is comfortably edging out Canon G1X Mark II in every single aspect! Firstly, it has very sharp AF system with distinctive 315 AF points, 24 FPS and blazing fast 1/32000 sec shutter speeds.
Have a look at the specification comparison of these two cameras:
Features / Models Sony RX100 IV Canon G1X Mark II Megapixel 20 megapixels 12.8
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Are you seeing any huge difference in the major specs of these two cameras? No! Isn’t it? Well, you can see from the table that these two Sony cameras are looking twins since both have nearly equal number of effective pixels, same AF system inside the core etc.
Well, let us explain the working function of the two cameras!
Features / Models Sony RX10 IV Sony
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Fuji X-E3 has massive AF system that adds more fun to your shooting. Fuji offers 91 AF points that can be divided into 325 AF points for wider focusing coverage. Next, its remarkable 4k video capability also creates huge difference. On the other hand, Canon M6 has only 5-axis I.S mechanism that E-X3 doesn’t have.
Let’s go in detail comparison between Fuji X-E3 vs Canon M6.
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Here is the comparison between Mirrorless camera and DSLR. Fuji X-E3 is mirrorless, whereas Nikon D7500 is DSLR. Well, you can see form the table that there are numbers of features are identical to each other, such as both are capable of 4K recording. Duo use Hybrid AF system etc. Now let’s see the real difference:
Features/ Models Fuji X-E3 Nikon D7500 Megapixel 24.2MP 21 megapixels
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Fuji X-E3 vs Sony A6500
Sony A6500 is recognized for its remarkable AF system that offers 425 AF points phase and 169 contrast AF system. The camera offers 5-axis I.S mechanism etc. On the other hand, Fuji X-E3 is also a rock solid camera that features very similar specs to Sony A6500. let’s go in detail to find the most basic difference.
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There are a lot similarities you can see in these two cameras. Though both are mirrorless, but the main difference is in the video section. Yes, the new X-E3 has the 4K video capability, whereas Fuji X-Pro2 offers Full H.D only.
But, on the other hand, Fuji X-Pro2 does also have pro features. Now let’s discuss about Fuji X-E3 and Fuji X-Pro2.
Features/ Models Fuji X-E3
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Sony A6000 is superb because of its 24 MP APS-C sensor that ensures you produce very sharp and detail images, Whereas Olympus E-M10 III is massive entry-level mirrorless camera that offers 4K video adding much more fun to shooting. Moreover, olympus is marvelous that offers innovative 5-axis I.S and can also give you faster shutter.
Let’s go through detail comparison and see the differences of these
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