Full-frame sensor digital cameras have always been loved by photography enthusiasts and professional users, after all, larger size sensors not only have finer picture quality, but also use high sensitivity shooting in low-light shooting environments with better high-sensitivity noise control performance, and now full-frame cameras generally have very strong performance, becoming many photography enthusiasts and professional photographers are favored by imaging equipment. Today, we will recommend several popular full-frame mirrorless cameras, and all of them have ultra-high pixels, whether it is shooting scenery, still life, or secondary composition is very suitable, friends who plan to buy a camera recently may wish to refer to it.

61 million pixels: Sony Alpha 7R IV

The highlight of Sony’s full-frame mirrorless Alpha 7R IV is the image quality, the new 61 million effective pixel full-frame Exmor RCMOS back-illuminated image sensor, the back-illuminated structure combined with excellent noise reduction technology, in more than 60 million high pixels still provide excellent image quality with high sensitivity and low noise. At the same time, it has a dynamic range of 15 stops at low sensitivity. With approximately 26.2 million pixels in APS-C crop mode, it can be used as a high-performance APS-C format camera, especially when paired with a telephoto lens.

Focus and continuous shooting is also a big advantage of Sony’s full-frame mirrorless Alpha 7R IV, with the new 4D focusing system capable of continuous shooting at up to 10 frames per second at approximately 61 million effective pixels and up to 68 JPEG and RAW photos continuously tracked at AF/AE. The Sony Alpha 7R IV also has professional video shooting capabilities, in addition to high-resolution video shooting in XAVC S 4K format with full-frame size output, the camera also supports reading in Super 35mm mode without pixel binning, oversampling a large amount of source information at a resolution of about 6K and generating 4K video.

61 million pixels: Sigma FP L

The Sigma FP L is equipped with a 61 million full-frame back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, a contrast detection + phase detection hybrid autofocus system, and an EIS electronic image stabilization system. In addition, the camera does not have a mechanical shutter, and the electronic shutter flash sync speed can be up to 1/15 s. Thanks to Foveon’s image sensor research experience, the low-pass filter used in the fp L reduces moiré to a minimum.

For continuous shooting, the Sigma FP L camera enables high-speed continuous shooting with an electronic shutter of 10 fps. In terms of video shooting, the camera can achieve 4K/30p 12bit DNG, Full HD/100p 12bit DNG (1.67x crop), Full HD/120p 8bit DNG (1.67x crop) video shooting when recording with an external SSD, and DCI 4K/24p when paired with ATOMOS Ninja V and Blackmagic Video Assist 12G surveillance recorder 12-bit RAW, 4K/30p 12-bit RAW, Full HD/120p 12-bit RAW (1.67x cropped) HDMI video recording.

45 million pixels: Canon EOS R5

The Canon EOS R5 features a newly developed CMOS image sensor with approximately 45 million effective pixels, a standard sensitivity range of ISO 100-51200, extended up to ISO 102400, and a high-performance digital image processor DIGIC X applied to the top flagship DSLR EOS-1D X Mark iii, which greatly improves image data processing performance and enhances image detail. The EOS R5 is also the first EOS camera to be equipped with 5-axis image stabilization on the body, which can achieve up to 8 levels of shake compensation.

In addition to the high performance in terms of image quality, the EOS R5 is not inferior to the flagship DSLR camera in terms of focus, not only has a new generation of all-pixel dual-core focus CMOS AF II, a total of 1,053 AF frames support about 100% picture coverage focus, but also supports autofocus for people and animals (including birds), autofocus speed is only about 0.05 seconds, and supports a minimum of -6EV sensitivity autofocus; thanks to the better performance processor, EOS This time, the R5 supports AE/AF high-speed continuous shooting with up to 20 frames per second. As the world’s first civilian-grade camera to support 8K RAW video shooting, the EOS R5 is not only an unprecedented technological innovation in the history of Canon’s EOS digital cameras, but also a complete revolution in the entire full-frame market.

47 million pixels: Panasonic LUMIX S1R

The Panasonic LUMIX S1R is equipped with a full-frame CMOS sensor with approximately 47 million effective pixels, which makes this Panasonic LUMIX S1R the most pixel model among mirrorless cameras. In addition to the high-pixel characteristics of nearly half a billion pixels, this full-frame CMOS sensor also adopts a design without a low-pass filter, which can shoot clearer and sharper pictures. And LUMIX S1R adopts body + lens dual-effect stabilization system: body I.S. (5 axes) and lens O.I.S. (optical image stabilization, 2-axis), 5-axis dual-effect image stabilization system can greatly reduce the problem of shaking that traditional cameras cannot solve. In terms of focus, the Panasonic LUMIX S1R adopts Panasonic’s unique space-aware DFD contrast AF technology, which has an unprecedented response speed, and the autofocus speed of this new system is up to 0.08 seconds. The camera can achieve 9 fps continuous shooting under AF-S single focus and 6 fps continuous shooting at 6 fps under AF-C servo focus.

In the overall control of the camera, Panasonic LUMIX S1R not only continues the high professionalism of the previous M4/3 system flagship model LUMIX G9, with a wealth of turntables, buttons and focus levers, while the front and rear frames of the main structure of the camera are made of magnesium alloy complete casting mold, in addition to the splash-proof/dustproof structure, each joint, dial and button has good sealing, can resist low temperatures of minus 10 degrees, and the shutter is used about 400,000 times.

45.75 million pixels: Nikon Z 7II

The Nikon Z 7II uses a Nikon FX format back-incident CMOS sensor with approximately 45.75 million effective pixels to achieve a common sensitivity range of ISO 64–25600. The Z 7II is equipped with dual EXPEED 6 image processors to achieve high-resolution imaging, while increasing the number of shots in a burst to approximately 77, which is about three times that of the Z 7, and increasing the speed at high-speed continuous shooting settings to approximately 10 frames per second. In AF-area mode with wide-area AF (L), eye detection AF and animal detection AF are supported. Low-light autofocus performance has also been improved, enabling autofocus shooting in dim environments down to 3EV.

The Nikon Z 7II supports Full HD video in 4K UHD and 12-bit RAW formats for more video recording. Support N-Log function, can be used for wide dynamic range 10-bit video output. The camera supports dual card slots, and in addition to CFexpress (Type B) and XQD memory cards that support fast reading and writing, you can also use SD (UHS-II) memory cards.

With the continuous upgrading of imaging technology, the pixels of full-frame micro-single are getting higher and higher, but while ensuring the picture quality, especially the high-sense image quality, it is also more and more oriented in terms of picture quality, so higher pixels are also more and more popular with photography users.

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