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Wildlife Photography the Best Sony Cameras and Lenses

Choose your sensor type - full frame or APS-C?

As Mark touches on in the video, choosing the right sensor type offers a unique dilemma to wildlife photographers, with benefits, drawbacks, and financial considerations applying to each option.

While an APS-C will not offer the same image quality as full frame, the multiplication factor on your lens’ focal length can be advantageous – a 70-200mm lens suddenly becomes 105-300mm. As well as getting more bang for your buck with your lens in terms of range, you effectively have smaller and more portable lenses – a great advantage when adventuring out in nature.

But before deciding on APS-C system, consider that full frame generally offers better image quality than its equivalent APS-C sensor, and will therefore enable better scope to crop your image – effectively allowing you to ‘zoom in’ closer to your subject while editing your picture. You’ll also find a full frame sensor is likely to perform better at a higher ISO – so if you shoot in low-light keep this in mind.


The best Sony cameras and lenses for wildlife photography

This list is by no means extensive, but highlights some of the items recommended by Mark in the video above. You can delve into the camera specifications in more detail by clicking 'Find out more' on each of the items below.

Sony Alpha a7R III Mirrorless Digital camera 

  • High resolution (42.4MP)
  • Face detection and auto-lock focusing systems
  • Portable with improved battery life (up to 650 shots)

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Sony E-mount FE 70-200 f/4 Lens

  • G Master lens – renown optics that offer optimum sharpness with incredible bokeh – perfect for wildlife photos

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Sony 100- 400mm f/4.5-5.6 lens 

  • Great all round focal range for wildlife photography

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Sony FE 100mm f/2.8 lens 

  • Perfect for macro photography with an 11-bladed aperture ring
  • G Master quality offering exceptional bokeh

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We realise it's not always just about the fancy camera equipment (honest!) - we've compiled a blog on 11 essential accessories for wildlife photography - you may be surprised by what you find in there!


By Park Cameras on 17/04/2018

Events at Park Cameras

Throughout the year, Park Cameras hold and attend a range of events. For photographers currently stuck indoors, as opposed to our events that are traditionally held in store or on the road, we are currently working on a range of events that can be held in the comfort and safety of your own home. In these uncertain times, there’s never been a better time to get to grips with your camera, and hopefully we can help achieve this. Find out more