It certainly is an exciting time to be a gear nerd, with manufacturers having released some truly next-level cameras and lenses in the last few years. This interesting video review takes a look at some of the best options of the last few years, their pros and cons, and how they compare to each other.
Coming to you from Jan Wegener, this insightful video takes a look at some of the best and most popular cameras and lenses of the last few years, like the Canon EOS R5 and Sony a1. While all the advances in these cameras have been impressive, the one that has really caught my attention is the combination of resolution and speed. It used to be that you had to choose between resolution or speed, meaning studio cameras generally offered lots of details but low burst rates, while sports and wildlife cameras offered high burst rates but low resolution. The Sony a7R III was the first camera to offer a high-resolution sensor and a 10 fps burst rate, and that trend has exploded from there, with the EOS R5 offering 45 megapixels and 20 fps and the a1 offering a whopping 50 megapixels and 30 fps. It really is possible to find a camera that does it all nowadays. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Wegener.