If you’re in the market for an affordable full-frame camera, you’re in luck because this segment is growing. You can find the old but still valid Sony A7 II or the more recent Canon EOS RP. And now Nikon has joined the game with the introduction of the Z5.
We’ve already talked about how the Nikon compares to the Sony, so now it’s time to talk about the Z5 and EOS RP.
1. Dimensions and ergonomics
The RP model is lighter and smaller than the Z5. Both feature weather-sealing, although that of the RP is not as advanced as other models. The Nikon has a magnesium alloy frame, whereas the RP only uses this material around the mount.
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