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How does the Sony A7rII compare vs the Canon 1Dx? (Digital Camera Advice)

welookgoodcom 182 34 October 31, 2015 at 10:02 AM
How does the Sony A7rII compare vs the Canon 1Dx?



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Are they even comparable?
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I think you need to tell us what your doing, budget etc. Shooting weddings will be different from a sporting event, vs product photography, vs videography.

Also not many people here on SD are going to have a 1DX, a photography forum might be a better option along with reading many of the reviews on each camera. If you spending what you would for a 1Dx you want to do your own research vs crowd source it.
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Quote from welookgoodcom View Post :
How does the Sony A7rII compare vs the Canon 1Dx?
No disrespect intended, but, honestly, if you're asking that question, you really shouldn't buy either one. These cameras cost $3,000 and $4,000 each, and they are for serious photographers who have a significant amount of understanding and experience with photography. The Canon 1Dx is a professional sports camera; it's the camera you see on the sidelines at NFL games and professional car races, etc. It's a very rugged, high performance camera for workign professional photographers. Even so, most professional photographers don't use this camera because it is very expensive and heavy.

If you don't already have ten reasons for buying one of these, you'll be unhappy with either.
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