Nikon Z9, Canon R3 and Sony A1


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After the competition between Canon and Nikon on SLRs, a new disruptive challenger appeared: Sony.
Sony has gained market share with its full-frame mirrorless cameras, Canon and then Nikon had no other choice than launch mirrorless cameras too.
This needs launching a new mount for each two and developing a new range of lenses.
Today Canon and Nikon are abandoning their traditional reflex range to concentrate all their efforts on this mirrorless products.
If the Nikon Z9 outperforms the Nikon D6, Canon with its R3 has not yet unveil its professional flagship camera.

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Nikon Z9

Canon R3

Sony A1




Usable lenses

Nikon Z

Canon RF

Sony E

Pixel CCD

45,7 useful megapixels BSI CMOS

24,1 stacked CMOS

50,1 stacked CMOS

Autofocus

AF system with 493-point phase detection pixels
AF tracking of people, animals and vehicles (bicycles cars and motorcycles)

AF system with 1053-point phase detection pixels
AF tracking of people, animals (including birds) and motorsport vehicles (cars and motorcycles)

AF system with 759-point phase detection pixels
AF tracking of people, animals (including birds) and motorsport vehicles (cars and motorcycles)

Stabilization

5-axis internal vibration reduction system

5-axis internal vibration reduction system, gain of 8 steps

5-axis internal vibration reduction system

Electronic viewfinder

3.6 MP OLED electronic viewfinder

5.69M-dot EVF with Eye Control AF

9,44 MP UXGA (Ultra-XGA) OLED Electronic Viewfinder

Screen

3.2" of 2,088,960 pixels tilting screen

3.2" of 4,150,000 pixels fully articulated screen

3" of 1,440,000 pixels tilting screen

Speed

1/32000 s to 30 X=1/200s
electronic shutter only

1/64000 s to 30 X=1/200

1/32000 s to 30 X=1/400

Max burst buffer memory

1000 images

150 images

155 images

AF tracking

Human, animals, vehicles

Human, animals, vehicles

Human, animals

Autonomy (CIPA standard)

700

620

430

Video mode

8K/30p 4K/120p (8K/60 via f/w)

6k 60p or 4K 120p

8k 30p

Sensibility range

ISO equivalent 32 to 102400

ISO equivalent 100 to 102400
(expands to 50-204800)

ISO equivalent 100 to 32000
(expands to 50-102400)

Storage

Twin CFexpress Type B card slots

CFexpress Type B and UHS-II SD slots

Dual SD/CFexpress Type A slots

Image Processor

EXPEED 7

Digic X

Dual Bionz XR/FONT>

Continuous shooting mode and consecutive shoots

30 fps (JPEG), 20 fps (Raw + JPEG)
120 fps with AF and AE tracking on 11Mpx Jpg

30 fps (e-shutter), 12 fps (mech)

30 fps (lossy Raw), 20 fps (lossless Raw)

Misc.

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, GPS, GLONASS, QZSS Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, GPS, GLONASS, Eye Control AF Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

Dimension/weight

149 x 195.5 x 90.5mm / 1160g body only

150 x 143 x 87 mm /1015g body only

128.9 x 96.9 x 69.7mm / 737g body only

Availability

March 2021

November 2021

December 2021

Price

$ 5,499 (November 2021)

$ 5,999 (November 2021)

$ 6,499 (November 2021)

 pierre j.


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