Comparison of Nikon D750, Canon EOS 7D Mark II and Sony Alpha 7RII
When you talk about professional photography you just cannot do without full-frame DSLRs. We say full-frame DSLRs because the size of the sensor is the same as the size of the individual frame which is traditionally of 35 mm. Why do full-frame DSLRs capture better photos than smaller digital cameras? There are a number of aspects in which DSLRs excel more than digital cameras. The most important being the size of the sensor whose full frame provides larger surface area. This, in turn, means that each of the photodiodes is also larger in size hence improving the overall performance of the camera even in low light. Moreover, the full frame sensors help us achieve a comparatively shallower depth of field than the smaller digital cameras. There are many such reasons why full frame DSLRs are considered best while pursuing a career in photography even with their high-end price tags.