AND THE BEST HIGHRESOLUTION CAMERA IS SONY A7R II
All three of these cameras are absolute workhorses that will produce images with more than enough detail for a professional photographer, and all have proven to be very capable tools for a variety of situations. Where the A7R II stands out then, is in the overall performance and greater suite of video capabilities. It certainly out-resolves the Nikon D810, while not lagging too far behind from the Canon EOS 5DS R. While our tests show that the actual usable ISO sensitivity for the camera hovers at ISO 6,400 due to the abundance of color noise that appears, it isn’t any worse off than the rest. What gives it an edge in terms of real-world imaging capabilities and practicality is its 5-axis in-body stabilization and the ability to record 4K video in-camera with a host of dedicated video functions. Now add the fact that it’s RM599 cheaper than the D810 and about RM3,000 cheaper than the 5DS R, and the A7R II really becomes the clear choice.