Nikon D750 vs Sony A7 II Comparison

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Let’s compare the Nikon D750 vs Sony A7 II.

We compare all the important specs of each camera. Down below, you can see the new improvements and which camera is better for your needs.

Nikon D750

Sony A7 II

Megapixels 24.3 24.3
Sensor Type CMOS CMOS
Sensor Format Full Frame (FX) Full Frame
Crop Factor None None
AA Filter Yes Yes
Image Resolution 6016 x 4016 6000 x 4000
Body Image Stabilization No Yes
Lens Mount Nikon FX Sony E
ISO 100 – 12,800 100 – 25,600
Expanded ISO 50 – 51,200 50 – 51,200
AF Points 51 117
Cross-type AF Points 15 117 phase
Continuous Mode 6.5fps 5fps
LCD 3.2″ – Articulating 3.0″ – Articulating
LCD Resolution 1,229,000 dots 1,228,800 dots
Touchscreen No No
Focus Peaking No Yes
Top LCD Display Yes No
Viewfinder Type Optical EVF
Viewfinder Coverage 100% 100%
Viewfinder Magnification 0.70x 0.71x
Video Resolution 1920×1080 (60/50/30/25/24p) 1920×1080 (60/30/24p)
1280×720 (60/50p) 1920×1080 (120/100/60/50p)
Microphone Jack Yes Yes
Headphone Jack Yes Yes
Memory Card Type SD + SD SD or MS Pro
Dual Card Slots Yes No
SD UHS Support UHS-I UHS-I
Fastest Shutter Speed 1/4000 1/8000
Slowest Shutter Speed 30″ 30″
Bulb Mode Yes Yes
JPEG Buffer Size 40 52
RAW Buffer Size 10 28
Time Lapse Yes Yes
Built-in Flash Yes No
Max Flash Sync Speed 1/250 1/250
Startup Time 0.5s 1.7s
Built-in Wi-Fi Yes Yes
Built-in GPS No No
Built- in NFC No Yes
Bluetooth No No
USB Type USB 2.0 USB 2.0
Environmentally Sealed Yes Yes
Battery Life (CIPA) 1230 shots 350 shots
Battery Included Yes (EN-EL15) Yes (NP-FW50)
Weight 26.5 oz (750g) 21.13 oz (600g)
Size 5.5 x 4.4 x 3.1″ 5.0 x 3.8 x 2.4″
Release Date 2014 2014

Nikon D750 Advantages:

  • Continuous mode – 6.5fps vs 5fps.
  • LCD – 3.2″ vs 3.0″.
  • LCD Resolution – Higher resolution.
  • Top LCD Display – When shooting in semi-auto/manual modes, you can quickly preview all of your settings.
  • Dual Card Slots – More room for extra photos.
  • Built-in Flash
  • Battery Life – 1230 shots vs 350 shots.

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Sony A7 II Advantages:

  • Body Image Stabilization – an excellent feature for traveling and shooting in low light.
  • AF Points – 117 vs 51.
  • Focus Peaking – Very useful for seeing if your subject is in focus (both photo and video).
  • Faster Max Shutter Speed – 1/8000 vs 1/4000.
  • JPEG Buffer Size – 52 vs 40.
  • RAW Buffer Size – 28 vs 10.
  • Built-in NFC
  • Weight – The Sony A7 II weighs 150g less.
  • Size – The Sony A7 II is noticeably smaller.

You can buy it at Amazon.