Sony Alpha A7 III

Sony Alpha A7 III

  • Image sensor format: Full format (35 mm)
  • Type of camera: Mirrorless
  • Sensor resolution: 24.2 megapixels
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4.5 / 5
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7 days ago
Had this as my extra camera for about two years. Works really well and has only gotten better with updates over the years. Has ridden gimbal, sliders, winter time in cold environments and in the Gobi desert in Mongolia. Never bothered for me! Updated to the latest software as soon as they released a new version. + Film quality + Price + Really good battery life! Have had countless other cameras where the battery life is lousy. + Full frame - The display inside the eye finder is really bad, you can barely see what you are doing

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2 months ago
I have been using this since the end of 2018 and I could not have been happier with another camera. It is basically perfect in most ways. But there are small things that they probably and hopefully will fix in later models.

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a year ago
Very capable still image and video camera with many bright lenses to choose from. Nothing wrong with the menu layout, many good features and very sharp images.

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a year ago
very good

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a year ago
Bought from Cyberphoto and is very pleased with the camera. Run it with a Sony 24-105 lens.

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2 years ago
Can not be happy with this camera. + Powerful battery + The following eye focus + Quiet mode - You barely know if you took a picture. + Cruel auto focus + All FE lens also fits Sony E APS C Buy for extended grip for best comfort.

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2 years ago
Has everything you need and a little more.

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2 years ago
This camera is revolutionary good. Sony has really moved the limit of what an entry level camera can do. With a price tag that guaranteed shaking Nikon's and Canon's marketing departments, a professional camera has been released in the budget package. Do not be fooled by the previous review with cracking grips - it's really not a general fault with the building quality (crack it, leave it back and get a new one - my cracker nowhere). You can make the plus list any time, but what really stands out after a couple of weeks of use is: + Auto Focus / Eye Focus. Meet right alarmingly often. Both still image and video. + Quiet mode. Can shoot completely silently, really quietly. Can be used for anything but very fast moving subjects (rolling shutter). + Settings. Dozens of buttons that can be programmed to do just about anything. Good, for the menu is hugely extensive. + Dynamic range! Exposure ridiculous "wrong" and control everything in Lightroom. + Low noise levels at high ISO. Can shoot in close enough dark without flash. + 10 frames / second. In RAW. Buffs a lot + Duplicate memory card slots, backup - yes please! + Battery - shoot all day and keep spare when you get home. + Easy and smooth, yet comfortable to hold. Really good ergonomics. + Built-in charger, charge with USB cable. Some do not like, but I do. + The image quality right from the camera is unmatched. + View photos in the viewfinder - the top when the sun is shameless against the external screen (which is otherwise excellent). + This list can be very long ... Are there any small things to rely on - as always: - The cover that covers the USB connector drops down under the body, which means that the camera can not be put on the table when it is charging without worrying a lot about it. Idiot Design. - expensive lens Sony's lens is incredibly good, but costs one kidney or two. - No time-lapse, requires external tools. Perhaps fixes in firmware update, but sad now. - The screen only angles up / down, can not be rotated in "selfie mode". - The app does not feel completely finished. Will be better over time.

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2 years ago
The camera is incredibly good and opens new possibilities, but I have to mention the building quality that has made me a little disappointed, which it should not do for its price. The grip creaks when you press the page (area around the nfc log) and sometimes even when you hold it. May be due to the fact that the back made of plastic is not glueed or screwed properly to the metal on the front. Either way, this experience destroys me and a professional camera should be built really well, not this way.

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