Apropos Sony A7R V Pixel Shift with Motion Correction a Medium Format Killer? ...
Can the Fujifilm GFX100S beat the 60-megapixel Sony A7R V using 4-shot pixel shift mode with Sony motion correction? The photographic world has changed in a way I did not anticipate. Incredible!
In diglloyd Medium Format:
SHOOTOUT: FujiFilm GFX100S vs Sony A7R V Pixel Shift: Huge Laurel at Bend in Alpine Creek
Includes images from f/4.5 to f/11 in both pixel shift and single-shot mode on the Sony A7R V, along with the Fujifilm GFX100S images. I hardly need comment (your eyes at a glance will suffice), but there are lots of crops and commentary nonethless.
A similar piece comparing Sony A7R V pixel shift vs single shot is coming in diglloyd Mirrorless.
For many types of photography, the Sony A7R V is the most important camera in years because of Sony motion correction with pixel shift, even setting aside its other improvements (fantastic EVF, AI-AF, 8K video, etc).
Huge Laurel at Bend in Alpine Creek
f8 @ 1.0 sec electronic shutter pixel shift, ISO 100; 2022-12-13 15:07:51[low-res image for bot]
Sony A7R V + Voigtlander FE APO-Lanthar 35mm f/2 Aspherical
ENV: Alpine Creek, altitude 650 ft / 198 m, 50°F / 10°C
RAW: Adobe Color, +10 Whites, +10 Clarity, diffraction mitigating sharpening