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July 2, 2014

Sony A7s – Now In Stock, Plus New Reviews and RX10 Killer?

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The New Full Frame E-Mount Sony Alpha A7s is now In Stock @ BHphoto | Amazon | Adorama

The new Sony A7s is also on the way to the Lab, so I will test it out in great detail 😉 Requests welcomed if you want me to try something in particularity, just let me know asap! I will test it out with the 23mm f/2.8 Zeiss prime and my Canon L gear via the metabones III lens adapter. I don’t have a 4k TV unfortunately, but I will do what I can with the video for sure!

Guess what else is coming?

rx100-iii-flash-evfThe RX100 III, oh yeah!

Sorry to those looking forward to the A77 II and 70-200mm lenses, but I just did not get enough interest in the DSLR camera. Therefore my time is better spent reviewing the new A7s and RX100 III first, then perhaps the A77 II if nothing new comes out of course 😉

On another note, Brian Smith who is an amazing photographer and also a Sony Artisan, has a great Feild Test article on the Sony A7s worth checking out (click here)

sony-alpha-a7sFull Frame E-Mount Sony Alpha A7s is now In Stock @ BHphoto | Amazon | Adorama

 

Sony RX10 Killer?

Until now, nothing has seriously competed with the amazing Sony RX10 in my opinion. However, Panasonic just came out with a whopper of a bridge camera called the FZ1000, and Sony should have come out with first! Now, Sony will have to answer this with something better, or more cost effective. Sony’s answer so far is to drop the price of the RX10 by $300 to a more reasonable $998 price point. With the Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ1000 coming in at just under $900, it’s a huge threat on paper and worth considering. Lets take a closer look…

My RX10 Review is this way >>

Sony RX10 vs Panasonic FZ1000

fz1000-vs-rx10Looks pretty clear that Sony has some work to do if they want to keep the #1 status on the best all in one bridge camera ever made. Right now it looks like the FZ1000 is going to really give it a run for the money and some… How the fz1000 preforms in the real world head to head will remain to be seen, but TheCameraStoreTV did do a solid review already and it’s just below if you want to check it out. So far it looks better than the RX10 in my opinion based on what I have seen, features, and price point.

Sony RX10 Lumix FZ1000
  • 20.2MP 1″ Exmor R CMOS Sensor
  • BIONZ X Image Processor
  • Carl Zeiss 24-200mm f/2.8 Lens (35mm Eq)
  • 3.0″ 1228K-Dot Tilting Xtra Fine LCD
  • XGA OLED Electronic Viewfinder
  • Full HD 1080i/p Video at 60 and 24 fps
  • Built-In Wireless and NFC Connectivity
  • Low-Light Sensitivity to ISO 12800
  • Multi Interface Shoe and Control Ring
  • Super Sonicwave Motor for Fast Autofocus
  • 20.1MP 1″ High Sensitivity MOS Sensor
  • Leica DC Vario-Elmarit 16x Zoom Lens
  • 25-400mm f/2.8-4 (35mm Equivalent)
  • 4K QFHD Video Recording at 30 fps
  • 0.39″ 2,359k-Dot OLED Live View Finder
  • 3.0″ 921k-Dot Free-Angle LCD Monitor
  • Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity with NFC
  • HYBRID O.I.S. 5-Axis Image Stabilization
  • Light Speed AF with LUMIX DFD Focus
  • ISO 25600 and 50 fps Continuous Shooting

The Sony RX10 got a $300 discount and is now only $998 US at BHPhoto | Amazon
Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ1000 from $897.99 @ BHPhoto | Amazon

 

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ1000 Review


 

4th of July Deals

A ton of killer 4th of July deals @ BHPhoto (Click Here) and Amazon (Click Here)

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Closing Remarks

That is about it for now, but stayed tuned for the FE 70-200mm f/4 OSS G lens review that I’m currently working on, and the Phantom quadcopter “learning to fly” article I want to write (Video Here)

Have a great day and please feel free to ask questions or comment below as always 😉

Jay



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9 Comments


  1. Barry Kornfeld

    The RX10 still has many advantages over the Panasonic .

    1) Rx10 is built like a DSLR. Not a bridge camera like the Panasonic.
    A) Weather sealed
    B) Aperture adjustments on the lens
    C) mic and headphone jacks. (What good is 4k without pro audio features to go with it)
    D) magnesium alloy vs Plastic
    E) The superior Bionz processor
    F). The physical exposure compensation dial!! And the customizable buttons. with the RX 10 there will be a lot less menu diving.
    The RX10 is an entry level DSLR killer. The Panasonic is a big bridge camera. And a good bridge camera. But, I hope not the future of the spectacular RX10


    • Jay

      Fascinating points Barry and thank you very much for sharing 😉 I did not look at it that way and you offer a very refreshing point of view!

      Thanks again,
      Jay


  2. Mark

    I have a feeling there is a RX10 II just around the corner. Jay, any chance you might get your hands on these two and put them to a side by side real word comparison?

    Mark


  3. Bill

    Like Apple, Sony is now playing catch-up/improve features as its competition brings out products that one-up’s theirs. I recall when Apple brought out the 4th gen. iPad with Retina display a mere 7 months after the 3rd ten was released. Customers screamed since Apple broke their 1 year interval. But they bought them. Usually when a recently issued product’s price is dropped, a newer version is just around the corner. So a new version in time for the holiday selling period? Why not?

    Back when you wrote the RX10 review, I asked (tongue in cheek) how soon would it be until Sony brought out the RX10 II? IIRC, there was also a list of the improvements your readers (and you & I) would like to see. If Sony can one up the Panasonic & include most of the features we listed, I’ll really have to think upgrading as it would seriously help me.


    • Jay

      Great points Bill and I agree. If Sony could improve a few things on the RX10 and come out with a RX10 II, it would be an instant hit. I already want the RX10, so a version with more reach at the cost of the lens going to f/4 is totally fine with me and I would also consider investing in something like that. The perfect all in one/ bridge camera or DSLR killer if you will. I know the benefit of the larger sensor, so it will never be a full frame sensor killer, but still an amazing all-in-one solution.

      Jay


      • Barry kornfeld

        I resist a slower lens only because the lens is already too slow. On both the RX10 or the Pamasonic. If you are going to do the math and give the 35mm equivelant to either camera, you should also do it for the aperature. 2.8 is already really 7.6 if you do the math to 35mm eqivelant. And please lets not go backwards on features just because the Panasonic did. At least keep all the good stuff I mentioned above. And even make the lens a little bigger and increase the focal length, but keep the 2.8 all the way. It is great for the video. I would even say leave the lens alone, add 4k, give a good electronic shutter so you actually can use the high shutter speeds. And make two good screw in accessory lenses like fuji did for their fixed lens camera’s. one for tele and one for ultra wide. An equivelant of 16 and 400. Or more.


      • Jay

        Great points Barry, but I personally would rather have more reach than 200mm in a camera at this cost. A constant f/2.8 would be great, but the size would really be to large I think? If the aperture changes to f/4 beyond 200mm I could deal with that for the extra 200mm all-in one lens.

        Not sure how good the Leica lens is compared to the Zeiss? Sample Photos look pretty darn good over at Luminous-landscape linked above!

        Build quality and user experience are the most important things to me when it comes to a true all-in-one I would invest in, and the built in ND filter is a great feature. Also the click-less-aperture.

        Great call on a screw on accessory lens and that would solve all the f/2.8 – f/4 issues. It would probably be $400+ knowing Sony though;)

        Jay


  4. G. S. Gass

    I agree with Barry’s comments. I feel the RX10 is very well made. I don’t get to shoot very much but enjoy the RX10. Just add a polarizer and you have all you need, ND included. I find the RX10 enjoyable to shoot.
    An important feature with any camera.

    The Panasonic has a longer lens with f2.8-f4.0. None of the reviews which I have read indicate when the maximum aperture reduces to f4.0. Is it at 50mm or 200mm? Also what is the lens quality comparison between the two cameras. I’m sure both are excellent but is there a noticeable variation.

    I have been following TCS videos for some time. I find them informative and entertaining. Glad you are including the links. Regarding the Panasonic, Michael Reichmann did a review (Click here)

    Keep up the good work Jay.

    George



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