Sony A7R II vs. Pentax 645Z

Sony Alpha 7R II vs. Pentax 645Z 1Sony Alpha 7R II and Pentax 645Z are the two brilliant cameras with incredible and matured specifications. Both the cameras have been built with such remarkable features that allow your photography skills one more step closer to the point of success. If you just take a little view to the table that has been designed with the specifications of both the two fabulous cameras. Where you will get to see the stunning resolution of the camera as well as the sensors which are much bigger and etc. However it will be more interesting to see the major difference between the two cameras in details manner.

Major Difference

Sony Alpha 7R II vs. Pentax 645Z Specification Comparison Table.  

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Megapixel- Although both the cameras featured tremendous resolution and be assured that both of them will deliver more and more sharper images than your expectations.

sensor size:  The Pentax 645Z features Mediumfromat CMOS sensor developed by Sony on the other hand the Sony A7R II sensor is also made by Sony, but keep in mind that by having large sensor area Pentax will give you better image quality compared to Sony.

Image stabilization- The packing of 5 axis steady shot within the image stabilization of Sony Alpha 7R II that will let you to use any type of lenses with more confident as you will find a great help in removing the camera shake through this image stabilization and your images that you will draw will be more magnified with eliminating the blurry part while this Image stabilization is not implemented into the design of Pentax 645Z.

AF points- The subjects that you keep in focus will not be missed by the 399 on-sensor phase-detect AF points with 25 contrasts-detect AF points of Sony Alpha 7R II even if the subjects are moving rapidly and the bonus is that the image form will be more precise and much accurate. However the AF maintained by Pentax 645Z is looking less lethal with 27 points only.

ISO-   The Pentax 645Z is equipped with ISO of 204,800 to provide you an exceptional quality of images, even in the lowlight conditions and that also let you to use higher shutter speed in variety of light situations but on the other hand the ISO range of Sony Alpha 7R II managed to provide you the highest ISO upto 102400 only.

Shutter speed-However both the shutter as well as continuous shooting speed of Sony Alpha 7R II is leading a more points than Pentax 645Z means capturing more actions of the images and that will be blur free and motion of the subjects will also be freezed more quickly with the utilizing of Sony Alpha 7R II.

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Video- The Sony Alpha 7R II has the ability to record 4K quality( QFHD 3840 X 2160) in both either super 35mm crop or full frame mode. Additionally, the Alpha 7R II also featured 120fps high frame rate movie shooting in HD(720p), time code, clean HDMI output and many more.

Display- An articulated LCD with a 3.2-inch LCD monitor with approximately 1,037,000 dots into the rear sides of  645Z’s  to assists the photographer to shot from high and low-angle images with zero efforts.

Viewfinder- The optical view finder conjucted into the construction of Pentax 645Z that enables bright and clear eye-level finding with 98% frame coverage and these advantages can’t be benefited through the EVF of Sony Alpha 7R II.

Wireless- The built in WiFi with NFC will give you easily connected with Smartphone, tablets, iPhone etc. and allow you to share your browse and download the images recorded with a blink of your eyes

High ISO Test Between Sony Alpha 7R II vs. Pentax 645Z

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Verdict: I will personally prefer the Sony A7R II camera since the camera features HYBRID CMOS AF Sensor with ultra fast AF speed and ISO range upto 102400, the Sony A7R II camera also records 4K video without an issue… the A7R II can also connect automatically with your smartphone without an issue.

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