Nikon D850 VS Sony a7R III Underwater Review


Nikon D850 DSLR Camera VS Sony a7R III Mirrorless Camera Underwater Comparison

FULL FRAME SHOWDOWN!

Over the last few months, we’ve had a chance to test two of the world’s most popular professional camera bodies, the Sony a7R III and the Nikon D850, to gauge their strengths and weaknesses shooting underwater. Backscatter CEO Jim Decker and media producer Robin Dodd sat down to discuss camera features, lenses, and a few of the drawbacks of each. Check out the video below or scroll further and read on.

We’re trying out a bit of a new format with this video. It’s a long format but the discussion is filled with the kinds of details that us underwater photographers need to know. We hope you enjoy and please leave us some feedback letting us know whether you’d like to see more content like this!


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  1. [quote]With ISO 64, the [URL='https://www.backscatter.com/Nikon-D850-Camera']Nikon D850[/URL] has a slight edge over the [URL='https://www.backscatter.com/Sony-a7R-III-Camera']Sony a7R III[/URL]’s minimum ISO of 100. This means the [URL='https://www.backscatter.com/Nikon-D850-Camera']Nikon D850[/URL] features 2/3rds more stop of dynamic range, which helps preserve additional detail in the highlights and shadows of the image.[/quote] What? That's not even close to correct.<br />-----<br />

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