Camera captures in the best low light conditions

Working in low light conditions depends on many factors such as the lens being used, the shutter speed and, most importantly, the noise reduction capability of the camera. The latest sensor technology such as CMOS BSI sensor is an advantage. Low light extends the shutter speed so to get the image you want, you can increase the ISO speed to reduce exposure time, stabilize images or choose the fastest speed lens you have.

Here are the cameras that can meet your needs:

Sony Alpha A7S Mark II: As a model of the “dark monster” model, this Sony model uses a full-frame 12-megapixel CMOS sensor. With ISO: ISO50 to ISO409,600 (Native ISO100 to ISO102, 400) along with image stabilization makes it easier to work with it.

– Also another name from Sony, Sony Alpha A7R II camera uses 42.4 megapixel Full CMOS sensor; with ISO range extending to ISO50 and ISO102400; With 5-axis image stabilization capability, it offers high-performance work in low light conditions.

Sony Alpha A9 is a camera that breaks the limits of the camera when equipped with the most advanced and unique technologies. With the use of the Full-Frame Exmor RS 24.2 MP CMOS sensor stacked, ISO 100-51.200 range with mechanical shutter (and expandable to 50-204,800), ISO 100 range -25,600 with electronic shutter. Besides, it is equipped with 5-axis anti-vibration technology that will help you work better.

Nikon’s latest DSLR model is an indispensable option in this article. Nikon D850 uses 45.7mp Full-Frame CMOS sensor with ISO range: ISO64-ISO25600, with scalability up to ISO32-ISO102400. As a model that is highly appreciated by top photographers, this is a top choice for you.

Nikon D5 is Nikon’s leading high-speed professional digital SLR camera with an ISO speed of up to 3.2 million and will definitely deliver the best performance for professional photographers. This is a model of high-end DSLR camera with the unique imaging capabilities that you expect, especially at ISO12800 and ISO25600.

– Also a high-end DSLR model exclusively for professional photographers, Canon EOS 1DX II uses a full-frame 20mp CMOS sensor. With ISO range from 100 to 51200, it is possible to expand up to ISO50 up to ISO409600.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV: use full-frame CMOS sensor 30mp; ISO range: ISO50-102400 (ISO100 to ISO32000 before expansion).