Sony Alpha 7 II vs. Nikon D750

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Take a look at the major difference between the Sony A7 II camera and Nikon D750 DSLR,

Major Difference

Sony Alpha 7 II vs. Nikon D750 Specification Comparison Table.  


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Megapixels: both the cameras feature same 24.3MP full frame sensor that delivers high quality images and videos with maximum clarity and rich detailing.

Image Stabilization: The Sony A7 II features a rare 5-axis image stabilization that reduces the camera shake effect and image blur from five directions. It also reduces the motion blur caused by the movement of photographer. The normal IS system reduced camera shake by addressing only bidirectional movement of the camera horizontal and vertical. But into the recent reach it was found that the shake effect and blur can be caused by motion in any of the five directions horizontal shift, vertical shift, rotary motion, as well as the yaw and pitch so the new 5 axis IS system compensates with blur caused by any of the five directions. On the other hand no IS is featured on Nikon D750.

AF system: The Sony A7 II features hybrid AF system that features on-chip phase detect AF points, the camera phase AF system is always active when you are using display or viewfinder, on other hand the Nikon D750 doesn’t features on chip AF points it has a different AF module … so the Phase AF system is active when only you are using the viewfinder and mirror is on half-way .. other wise when you are using the display the contrast detect system takes the control… and the AF system slows down.

The AF points of A7 II is also more.. (117+25 vs 51).. so A7 II will do fast AF when compared to Nikon D750.

Shutter speed: A7 II features faster fast shutter speed than D750 and it allows the user to capture even fastest objects with superior clarity and reduces motion blur.

Continuous Shooting Speed: the D750 is able to take 8 shots in a second while the A7 II is able to take just 5 hosts that proves the A7 II has a faster processor.

Video: both the cameras capture full HD 1080p videos @ 60 and 24 fps. Several other resolution options are also available.

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Display: on the rear side of the camera A7 II embodies a 3.0” 1230K DOT LCD display for live time monitoring and playback. While the D750 embodies a 3.0” 921K DOT LCD display for the same.

Viewfinder: A7 II is designed with an on-body electronic viewfinder and the D750 is designed with an optical viewfinder which allows the photographer to monitor the subject even at the brightest conditions.

WI-FI: Both the cameras features WI-FI which allows them to connect with any smartphone or tablet based on iOS or Android platform, for wireless image sharing. The linked devices can also control the cameras remotely. Additionally the sony A7 II features NFC that allows it to connect to any device by just tapping both of them.

Battery: A7 II can takes 340 shots in one battery cycle whereas D750 can take 1230 shots in one battery cycle.

Dimension: A7 II is larger than D750.

Wight: A7 II weighs less than D750.

High ISO Test Between Sony Alpha 7 II vs. Nikon D750

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Verdict: We recommend you to buy Sony A7 II camera based on specification comparison review.

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