After lengthy discussions, we determined that we could not pick only one option if we talk about camera for landscape photography. And our next recommendation – that the Sony a7R III – shouldn’t be viewed in any way as a ‘second choice’. The a7R III doesn’t have the awesome ISO 64 benefit of the Nikon D850, but it’s a Really attractive landscape camera for several reasons:
The Sony a7R III offers excellent resolution out of its 42.2MP full-frame sensor, with great dynamic range despite the marginally higher base ISO of 100. The camera is weather-sealed and features a robust construction (in concept, nearly as great as the D850’s). Battery life isn’t up with all the D850, but it is much-improved compared to the a7R II. A tilting touchscreen can be useful for low angle shots, and features like in-body 5-axis stabilization along with a pixel shift mode which may create super high-resolution documents provide the a7R III some advantages over the Nikon.