Nikon L120 vs Sony A7R III Overview
Its time to take a deeper look at the Nikon L120 and Sony A7R III, one being a Small Sensor Superzoom and the latter is a Pro Mirrorless by companies Nikon and Sony. There exists a significant gap among the resolutions of the L120 (14MP) and A7R III (42MP) and the L120 (1/2.3") and A7R III (Full frame) have totally different sensor measurements.Google will print your 'Best' photos for $8 a month
The L120 was brought out 7 years prior to the A7R III and that is a fairly sizable gap as far as camera technology is concerned. Each of these cameras feature different body design with the Nikon L120 being a Compact camera and the Sony A7R III being a SLR-style mirrorless camera.
Before diving right into a step-by-step comparison, here is a concise summary of how the L120 scores against the A7R III in the way of portability, imaging, features and an overall rating.
Nikon L120 vs Sony A7R III Key Specs
- 14MP - 1/2.3" Sensor
- 3" Fixed Screen
- ISO 80 - 6400
- Sensor-shift Image Stabilization
- 1280 x 720 video
- 25-525mm (F3.1-5.8) lens
- 431g - 110 x 77 x 78mm
- Launched February 2011
- Older Model is Nikon L110
Nikon L120 vs Sony A7R III Physical Comparison
If you're intending to lug around your camera regularly, you should factor its weight and dimensions. The Nikon L120 provides outer dimensions of 110mm x 77mm x 78mm (4.3" x 3.0" x 3.1") and a weight of 431 grams (0.95 lbs) and the Sony A7R III has dimensions of 127mm x 96mm x 74mm (5.0" x 3.8" x 2.9") and a weight of 657 grams (1.45 lbs).Handle those 8K RED files like a boss
Remember, the weight of an Interchangeable Lens Camera will change dependant on the lens you use at the time. Underneath is a front view overall size comparison of the L120 compared to the A7R III.
Considering dimensions and weight, the portability grade of the L120 and A7R III is 75 and 63 respectively.
Nikon L120 vs Sony A7R III Sensor Comparison
More often than not, it can be difficult to picture the gap in sensor measurements only by going through specifications. The graphic underneath might provide you a better sense of the sensor dimensions in the L120 and A7R III.
Plainly, each of the cameras provide different megapixels and different sensor measurements. The L120 due to its smaller sensor is going to make achieving bokeh harder and the Sony A7R III will produce extra detail having its extra 28 Megapixels. Greater resolution will help you crop images more aggressively. The older L120 will be behind with regard to sensor technology.