The Sony A7III Takes Flight! Images, Video and far.

The Sony A7III Takes Flight! Images, Video and far.

Posted a new video to my YouTube channel just now, and it features more thoughts, images and some video (even slo motion samples) on this new Sony. At $2000, this is, IMO, the best bang for the buck into FULL FRAME Mirrorless Cameras. Check it out in the video below…

You can pre order this camera at Amazon or B&H Photo. Ships April 10th! 

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  1. Blazing AF and rapter-like tracking, ridiculous low light / high ISO performance, 10fps burst, dual cards, joystick, IBIS, 4k, silent shooting,15 stops of dynamic range, great battery life and Full Frame for $2k WHAT!! IS SONY NUTS!! Unless you’re printing billboards or covering pro sports, this is all the camera most anyone would ever need. Well done Sony! Thank God I didn’t go for the A9 🙂 what a waste of the extra 25 hundo that would have been!

      • Let’s just hope the 7 III doesn’t suffer from the same color problems the A9 has under certain lighting conditions. You mentioned to me early on that you didn’t notice it but I saw it straight away and DPreview confirmed the problem apparently related to AWB.

  2. I am a grandfather who shots sports games of his four grandchildren and wants to have clear crisp pictures. Also, videos of their plays and events. My wife is a mission to see all the national parks. Ready to get rid of my Nikon 3400 and 610. Looking to move to a Sony mirrorless. Have rented the 3/4 Olympus Mark II was not happy with the clarity. I hear you saying chose the Sony a7iii over the Sony a7riii and I won’t regret the savings and newer processor?

  3. Steve,
    I’m mainly Leica M9 nad Pen-f user. This Sony is tempting because of FF sensor and great features. One thing I do not like are bulky Sony lenses. What would you recommend within the range of 25-50mm? Voigtlander? I do not mind manual focusing but I do get use to Leica glass quality… 🙂 If Voigtlander (or Leica 35mm Summilux which I own) – which adapter would you recommend?

  4. Thanks for this great review. I have pre-ordered the camera to replace my D810.
    I’m a landscape/Street shooter and want to pair it with a Batis 25.
    Do you think I’ll miss my 810’s 36mp resolution?

    • Well, if you pixel peep and are always amazed at that 100% crop, you may. If you use it as it is designed to be used, to take beautiful images then you should be just fine ; ) I feel 24 MP is the sweet spot for digital sensors, always have. 36 is nice, 42 is nice, 50 is nice but to me, they are nice if you want to crop as you have that extra res to do so. Being a street shooter, 24 is better than 36 IMO! For landscape 24 is also just fine. Remember when landscapes were done with low res film? ; ) You will find the Sony much smaller and lighter than your D810 as well but just as fast. EVF vs OVF will be a change for you as well. Enjoy!

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