Philip Bloom Compares Sony A7s Low-Light Capabilities to the Human Eye

Philip Bloom compares the low-light capabilities of the human eye (in this case, his own) with those of the new Sony A7s.

He shot the below video in the mostly unlit sections of Brighton Beach and explains of the night shots, “With the shots where in goes from dark to light and vice versa, these dark parts are what I could see with my eyes. They were all shot with high ISOs and graded down to show you what I could see and what the camera could see if it was set to around 800-1600iso as opposed to what I actually was shooting at. At night between 6,400-80,000!”

Stick around to the end to see Bloom cycle through the ISOs. Watch below and read his take on the camera here.

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