1. “The sheer capability of the Sony A7R III is hard to overstate.” and “But it seems we weren’t the only ones blown away by Sony’s newest flagship mirrorless full-frame camera” -DPR and “one of the best mirrorless cameras ever made” -TIME. “Beats the D850 for overall performance” -Photons to Photos. I don’t think I’ve ever seen or read so much praise being heaped on to one single camera. I guess we’re just going to have to get used to the idea that there are now two Flagships in the Sony camera line ๐Ÿ˜‰ It certainly is a great time to be a GAS’r … Really looking forward to the Huff analysis especially as compared to the X1D and A9…which are the only other mirrorless competitors IMO.

  2. Happy thanksgiving!! I am looking forward to your review of a new rangefinder style, full frame, Canon camera in 2018 ;-).

  3. Uber-tech is here: The A7R III is so damn good, the feature-set is nearly complete (focus stacking) and the image quality is seductive. With all of those megapixels for cropping, down-sampling and correcting, the R III is the first A7 series that doesn’t compromise for the sake of the next model…FINALLY after five Alpha 7’s we a have a full frame camera that does it all and has it all. If you need speed and the best tracking, keep an A9 body in your bag to compliment the R III. What a potent and versatile combination

  4. Steve,
    Hope you and your family had a great Thanksgiving!
    Keep up the fantastic work-your reviews are #1 !
    Don’t worry about so-called competitors , your reviews are always detailed and aimed at using cameras and lenses in the “real world” under everyday conditions-thank you!
    Keep it real and God bless you for all you do!

    Best regards,

  5. It’s great to have someone who says what he thinks instead of saying what the camera companies and advertisers would like to hear.

  6. Good Morning Steve!

    Thx for your efforts and enthusiasm over a decade…really enjoying your honest reviews. According Thanksgiving, hehe, weโ€˜re not celebrating it here in Central Europe, just normal working days, no days off. That will be around Christmas, but not earlier. Despite that, wish you and your family a happy Thanksgiving.

  7. Thanks to you too. I really enjoy your “enthusiast perspective”. It’s a refreshing contrast to the usual tech ‘n’ specs oriented reviews of gear. Here’s to the next 10 years…

  8. Thank YOU, Steve. Your real world reviews have given us real world inspiration. In my own case, I can attest to the fact that decisions I’ve made based on your recommendations have led to opportunities that would not have come up otherwise.

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