We have been talking a lot about the Sony Ar and AR7 lately. Our own Editor in Chief Chris Gampat is out testing it. Many on our staff like the camera. DXO has put out test results stating that the Sony Ar7 sensor is on par with the Nikon D800. We had our suspicions that it would be. One of the reasons this is important is that the Sony Ar7 Full-Frame 36.3 MP is $2,298.00 about $498 cheaper than the Nikon D800 .
With a DxOMark Sensor score of 95 points the image quality of the A7R is notable as one of the best performing sensors ever analyzed in our labs. It’s ranked side-by-side with the 36-Mpix Nikon D800 and is just one point behind the Nikon D800E DSLR.
However, as a mirrorless camera it’s the best performing of its type. The similarity of the scores suggest that the Sony sensor is the same chip that’s found in the D800 models.” via DXO
Via Photo Rumors