Our test scene is designed to simulate a variety of textures, colors and detail types you’ll encounter in the real world. It also has two illumination modes to see the effect of different lighting conditions.
The 50MP, ‘stacked’ BSI-CMOS sensor in the Sony a1 is among the most advanced imaging sensors you can find today. It’s capable of incredibly fast read-out despite that massive resolution, and we were curious how it compares against other options on the market. Take a tour of our studio scene above; we’ll have our own thorough analysis once we complete our full review.
We also took a look at how the a1 samples its sensor to produce 8K and 4K footage. See how it compares against the Canon EOS R5, the only other ‘consumer-level’ camera that can capture 8K video.
The Tamron 17-70 F2.8 Di III-A VC RXD is a compact general-purpose lens for Sony’s APS-C, E-mount mirrorless cameras. So how does it perform? Read our review to find out.
Sony’s FE 35mm F1.4 GM is an impressively sharp and long-awaited pro-level 35mm optic for full-frame Sony E-mount cameras. It’s well-built and is pretty compact, but it’s still not quite perfect. Find out all the details in our field review.
The Sony a7S III is a 12MP full-frame camera primarily designed with video in mind. We take a look beyond the specs to see what it offers to filmmakers.
The GFX 100S fits most of the capabilities of the GFX 100 into a smaller and more affordable body. We look at what the camera offers and who it might make sense for.
Fujifilm’s X-E4 is the most compact X-mount camera Fujifilm has yet produced, but that doesn’t make it any less competitive. Take a look at how the X-E4 stacks up and what we make of it in our initial review.