The argument of full-frame versus APS-C seems to be an ever-growing one. There are always discussions happening somewhere online about how one is better than the other for various reasons. This video pits the Sony a7 III against the Fuji X-H1.
In a recent video by Tony Northrup, he discusses how the Sony a7 III will produce images that are two times better than the Fujifilm X-H1. This seems to have caused some confusion and generated some very heated discussions around the two cameras. Both cameras are priced very closely; however, the Sony offers a full-frame sensor with the same resolution as the Fuji. This means the pixels are much bigger and coupled with the fact that it is backside illuminated, it can effectively produce much cleaner images with greater dynamic range compared to the Fuji.
Looking at images from the Sony and the Fuji camera using the Studio Shot Comparison Tool on DPReview, you can see how both cameras compare to one another. When shooting at ISO 3200 on the Fuji and 6400 on the Sony, you may notice slightly more noise in the Sony image, however, it's also a more detailed and sharper image. The extra sharpness may be partly due to the lens as opposed to the sensor producing twice the image quality, however. To say that the Sony is a full stop better than the Fuji may be difficult to quantify precisely; however, it's safe to say the Fuji is no slouch and even with the smaller sensor, it produces incredible results.
What do you think about the image quality from both of these cameras?