The Sony A7 III is a mirrorless camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 24.2 megapixels manufactured from 2018. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 204800 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 10 FPS x 89 RAW, 177 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1849 €;
221 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 out of 10
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Pros:Compactness, lightness, photographic quality, value for money
Cons:Chaotic menu, high probability of dirtying the sensor (lack of protection)
Opinion:Bought in 2018 just released after shooting for several years with Nikon SLRs. Transition from REFLEX to ML: once I decided to switch to FF, due to several night shots to be thrown away due to the low sensitivity to high iso of my D7200, it also seemed to me a good opportunity to change system and type of machine. Personally I think that the electronic viewfinder, the focus peaking and the compactness of the machine are essential elements that have never made me regret the change. Sony A7III review: at the time of purchase Sony was the only one to offer a mature ML FF system both at the level of machines and optics; therefore the choice fell on the FF machine with better quality / price ratio and with a "human" sensor from "only" 24mpx, more than sufficient and that do not require stratospheric optics. Actually the Sony A7III has never disappointed me in terms of performance: excellent high iso resistance, decent stabilization, excellent AF, good ergonomics and customizations. The only real drawback, in addition to the somewhat chaotic menu, is the extreme ease in dirtying the sensor. At the time there were no ML with protection curtain, but today, having to change the system, with I would discard other brands even for this reason. No less important detail: the machine after 3 years has devalued very little on the market (new), a sign of excellent longevity and value hold.
Pros:Autofocus, facial recognition, ergonomics, lightness, ISO performance.
Opinion:After ten years with Canon I made the transition to Sony. The a7III was a camera that I had always heard about well and from the first shots I knew it was the perfect camera for me. Coming from a monster like the Canon 5DMIV (a lady machine) I must say that the Sony A7III in my opinion, beats it on everything! Ergonomics, autofocus, facial recognition, weight, ISO performance, superb Autofocus, never misses a beat. I'm not going to dwell on it also because I don't have the ability to write a review. I can say that I have used it for different works such as ceremonies and live concerts at night, the quality of the images is excellent, especially when combined with GM lenses such as the 24 70 2.8 but what made me fall in love with this machine is the precision of the facial recognition, the track of the subjects and the ISO performance in low light conditions. Personally I have not found any fault for now and I consider it a little jewel of sony house.
Opinion:Big steps forward of the Sony mirrorless system, pushed me to try following a super online price, the A7III. It had everything I wanted, stabilized sensor, a nice viewfinder, a comfortable joystick, a nice grip... a really good file... last but not least a really good af with all the help to make you not miss even a photo! But once again I got bewitched by mom sony. Too much technology that often made me feel in the background; she did everything and as with the previous ones, she was immediately sold. Certainly from the A7 mkI and the A7mkII this is really a remarkable upgrade where everything has been improved. Really complete machine and that even today after 3 years it can be said that it is among the most complete on the market with an incredible price maintenance.
Pros:sensor, af, key customization, excellent and relatively cheap optical park (Sigma DN), battery life, quality-price ratio, buffer, iso yield, accessories, wonderful videos
Cons:viewfinder and rear LCD with little definition, monstrously noisy mechanical shutter, slow unlock button position in an absurd position, lack of smartphone style touch interface, battery charger not included (absurd!), when you empty the buffer the machine does not allow you to do anything, wb not very precise but there is worse around
Opinion:This is my first Sony body. Coming from Nikon for 12 years and tired of the missed promises on the Z system, I tried to land at Sony with this body. What comes to the fore right away is the effectiveness of autofocus. Really impressive to be the "little girl" of sony house. It's probably the thing that impresses most about the machine, and it's the main difference between Z-bodies and Sony, because they're more similar than you think, because they share a good percentage of the hardware. In the passage, there were also cons, starting with the smartphone-style touch interface that is missing on this Sony, and a not-so-excellent viewfinder. Even the WB is not up to Nikon, although it must be said that by setting "white priorities", the situation improves a lot. One thing that's on my OOs is the position of the lens unlock button, only a decebrate could place it there near where you put your hands! Another thing, very LOUD mechanical shutter! The reflex with all the mirror is quieter! Despite the flaws, it is a camera that makes you love for the texture of autofocus and for the beauty of both photos and videos files, with a rather clean audio even in the room.
Pros:Sensor, autofocus, machine body with many keys to customize, tropicalized. Very large optical park. Very high battery life. price
Cons:Poorly defined viewfinder and barely enough LCD as a definition. A big flaw that you never know where the focus rectangle is that unfortunately does not light up.
Opinion:This body I've been using for many years with about 70000 thousand shots to date, I alternate it with 7 RIII which has the same problem as the focus square that does not light up. This feature is important because on many business occasions you don't know where you are with focus and you have to crush the cursor to reposition in the center and then move where you need it as a shot. The problem that sometimes you need quick shots and this slows you down a lot. The viewfinder is just enough as a definition as well as the LCD. The sensor is great allows you to have many details with raw very workable. Really endless battery compared to other brands. A machine valid at a very competitive price that allows you to take superb shots. The optical park is very large both original and third-party. The difficult menu at first but then understood and customized is quite fast and intuitive. The high iso seal is excellent if you shoot in RAW while instead I find the Jpegs a little outdated as colors and not ready to use. The focus is excellent and fails only with little light, while instead the eye and face recognition is very valid. A semi PRO body that I recommend as price and quality.
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