The Canon EOS R6 Mark II camera test has joined our comparison

The Canon EOS R6 Mark II is definitely a very good vintage. It takes over with dignity from the first R6 of the name by bringing some interesting, even notable, developments, such as better definition, a dazzling burst or even very efficient autofocus tracking. A versatile device that rivals the best on the market in its segment.


With the Alpha 7 IV (A7 IV), Sony strikes a blow. Corrections, adjustments and other improvements are there, both on a software and ergonomic level. Always at the forefront of performance in the management of autofocus and subject tracking, this very good performance is to be compared with an increasing image definition. If some stinginess are still to be deplored, difficult not to place the Alpha 7 IV (A7 IV) as an excellent device to do everything. Driven by a greatly improved video section and a still very effective photo mode, the Alpha 7 IV (A7 IV) is positioned as a benchmark in its segment.

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