Nikon D750 vs. Sony A7

The Nikon D750 features 24.3MP full frame sensor and Dual EXPEED 4 imaging processor on the other hand Sony Alpha 7 features 24.3MP Full Frame Exmor CMOS Sensor and BIONZ X Image Processor, take a look at the Major Specification Below.

Nikon D750 vs. Sony Alpha 7 1

Major Difference

Nikon D750 vs. Sony Alpha 7 Specification Comparison Table. 

Nikon D750 vs. Sony Alpha 7 3


Nikon D750 Sony Alpha 7
$2,296.95 $1,698.00

More AF Points: Sony A7 Fast Hybrid AF system uses both a 117-point phase-detection system and 39-point contrast-detection system; hence Sony A7 will do more quick and precise AF than Nikon D750.

Better low light performance – The Nikon D750 comes with more ISO range compared to Sony Alpha 7, The Standard ISO range of Nikon D750 is 100-51200, on the other hand Sony Alpha 7 standard ISO range is 100-25600 and expandable ISO range is 50-25600.

Better Shutter Range: Sony Alpha 7 features better shutter range compared to Nikon D750Fast shutter range will help you to capture amazing action shots.

Nikon D750 Video Mode: Nikon D810 features full HD video recording @ 60fps.

Better video mode: Sony A7 Features full HD video recording @ 60 fps, 24 fps frame rate. HD video recording @ 30 fps frame rate.

Supported formats Sony A7 supperts standard recoding format cinematic 24p, while MP4 codec.

Nikon D750 vs. Sony Alpha 7 2

Display: Sony A7 features bigger and high resolution display compared to Nikon D810. Sony A7 features tilting display on the other hand Nikon D810 have fixed display so we get more flexibility while composing our shot with Sony A7.

Viewfinder: Sony Alpha 7features Eye Tracking AF on the other hand Nikon D810 features pentaprism,

Wireless:   Sony Alpha 7 features Built-In Wi-Fi, you can easily transfer your images via Wi-Fi and send your images to other smart device by using photo beam technology, you can also activate remote shooting on Sony Alpha 7, but un-fortunately Nikon D750 has limited to Wi-Fi connectivity only. It only allows you to share your images, no remote shooting option available.

Battery Life (CIPA): Nikon D810 battery rating is 1200 shots and other hand Sony Alpha 7 battery rating is 340 shots. According to CIPA.

Dimensions: Sony Alpha 7 is smaller than Nikon D810.

Weight: Sony Alpha 7 light-weight than Nikon D810.


Based on specification Comparison Review: Sony Alpha 7 has very advance hybrid AF system that features on-board AF points, we are highly confirmed the A7 AF system will do faster AF in all condition… the hybrid AF of A7 is also active when you are using display or recording the video.

The Nikon D750 Phase AF system is active only when you are using viewfinder. So we highly recommedn you to go with the Sony A7 camera if you are looking for a perfect sports shooting machine.

 High ISO Test Between Nikon D750 vs. Sony Alpha 7 


Nikon D750 vs. Sony Alpha 7Image Analysis The Nikon D750 showing bit sift images at ISO 12800 when compared to Sony A7 at 12800, the ISO 25600 images of both camera is almost useless.

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