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Sony A7r III : Specifications and Opinions




Sony A7r III, front

Sony A7r III, back

Sony A7r III, top



The Sony A7r III is a mirrorless camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 42.4 megapixels manufactured from 2017. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 102400 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 10 FPS x 76 RAW, 76 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 2970 €; 80 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10.

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 Sensor
 Format   Fullframe, 36 x 24 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.0x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   42.4 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   50 - 102400
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/8000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Sony E (click here to view al compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   Yes
 Autofocus (AF areas)   399
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   10 FPS x 76 RAW, 76 JPEG
 Continuos shooting (without autofocus)   10 FPS x 76 RAW, 76 JPEG
 Live View   Yes
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   4K (3840 x 2160p) @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   No
 USB   USB-C (USB 3.1)
 USB Charging   Yes

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   Yes
 LCD   3.0", 720 x 480 pixels, articulated
 Viewfinder   Electronic, coverage 100%, 0.78x
 Viewfinder resolution   1280 x 960 px
 Flash   No
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-II)
 Storage, Slot 2   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-I)
 Shutter   Mechanical and electronic
 Battery   Li-Ion (Sony NP-FZ100, capacity 16.40 Wh)
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   657 g
 Dimensions   127 x 95 x 73 mm
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avatarjunior
sent on July 04, 2019

Pros: Small body, light but rocky. Sensor among the best with ample possibilities of crop and tonal range at the top. Little noise especially in high ISO movies. Autofocus now perfect. Ability to use almost any goal. Quality SONY support. Guaranteed shutter for an exorbitant number of shots. The battery never ends.

Cons: Lack of physical deliande and mandatory use of the less intuitive menu that is in circulation. Noisy shot (but there are those who say it is necessary to make the shot feel to those in front of the lens... ). Native colors that need a retouch. Noise in ROW in the shadows has been present since the low Iso. Monitor only partially unfolded. The sensor's tendency to get dirty with every change of optics.

Opinion: It's great the miniaturization they did at Sony; Even today the A7, despite its robust and sealed body, is the smallest and lightest full frame, to be carried around with targets without excessive weights. Coming from Canon D 5 III the difference in weight with the kit is really remarkable. The sharpness of the sensor is exceptional with ample cropping and a dynamic range superior to the other machines I have tried. The JPG products don't have Fuji's perfect color tones, but if you work in Row the problem doesn't arise. The noise of the shutter is remarkable and you have to make a habit, especially if you have in your ears the "blow" of Fuji, especially the XH1. The anti-vibration system is there, but I don't think it's going to work miracles. The autofocus is a reference and does not make traditional SLRs regret it. I have many goals of various brands even ten years old and I can always mount them on the body of the A7 RIII; I think Sony offers them the best. Since it must always be improved, I would like if in the next models Sony worked on colors, on tiltable monitors even vertically and above all revolutionized the menu if anything by equipping even the bodies of physical garlands as Does Fuji. At that point you would risk a penalty from the antitrust!

avatarjunior
sent on April 12, 2019

Pros: Iso hold, fantastic sensor, Sw 3.0, weighting controls, Af, 10FPS

Cons: lack of backlit keys, lack of internal program for The Focus Staking, Sd

Opinion: I've been using this machine with satisfaction for a few months, top portability when compared to those REFLEX dinosaurs. I have to say that I was really amazed by its really good sensor. The Eye Af works really well as does the normal Af. Normally I use it with both Sigma Art lenses and Gmaster lenses. The Sigma ART series lenses work really well, maybe the af of the latter goes slightly into crisis with little light, but nothing serious! However, I highly recommend buying a 300mb/s SD if you want to take full advantage of the machine! Anyway, if I had to break it, I'd buy it back without thinking twice!

avatarsenior
sent on January 20, 2019

Pros: Weight, fantastic sensor, fast AF, ISO seal

Cons: I would improve some more the ring nuts, battery, messed up menu, viewfinder size

Opinion: I come from the Nikon world precisely from D850, so my expectations were high. What to say this car amazes me more and more, accustomed to certain weights here I even seem to have it with me, ergonomics I like even if the time and aperture rings I would enlarge them slightly. The quality of the files is fantastic and are super detailed, recently I also made a wedding where I used it with a Sigma 35 f/1.4 Art, I alterned the autofocus function with active face detection on manual focus with focus peaking viewfinder, a real bomb! The optics cost but the quality is charged, perhaps also because in the used there is still not much market. I do not know if it will be a definitive machine, I can only say that at the moment is among the best I had!

avatarjunior
sent on December 21, 2018

Pros: Powerful, AF speed, ability to shoot at high ISO, an incredible sensor

Cons: In my opinion no one

Opinion: I have for a few months this formidable A7R3. I come from the World Olympus Micro 4/3 and I had a very good Om-D EM1 Mk 2 with all Pro optics. I will not make any kind of comparison as they are two cameras distinctly different, but I do not miss even a bit because I found two points for me important: the speed and the ability to raise the ISO (although as a machine, the Sony, having all these mega Pixel in his bonnet suffers a bit of noise presence, but I took up to 24,000 ISO without working too much in PP and remain pleasantly affected. It has an incredible AF, a deadly burst and the duration of a single battery (purely original) infinite!!!! I worked a lot with Nikon D4, D4S and D5 at professional sports level and I can at the AF level and high ISO, compare them to this Sony. I will not play which is better or worse because for me all good machines and some different from each other, but with A7R3 I found everything I had, using the Nikon, with the difference of having less weight on. As far as I am concerned, also talking about weight, I am a person who does not care because I want more quality than portability and when they mount over Supertele cameras or qualitatively professional objectives, I think it always weighs everything but with the Just because. But when you don't have to mount a tele, but travel light, with this machine you can do it. A backpack and go! I hope to be able to help someone with my opinion... it is not easy to express what I mean, but as a machine is not back to any. I use it for landscapes, sports, weddings... it doesn't limit me to anything. There's nothing missing. The difference with other machines like Canon and Nikon is just that there is still a large market of used that can allow more competitive prices and this can be a thing to put into account because the lenses cost a lot but as I said before , if we want quality, we must also know that it has a cost. Other than that, I'm also using Canon and Tamron lenses (with adapters without looking for savings) and I'm finding it very well... so in my opinion, the optical park can be expanded quietly even for a PRO use at decidedly more decent prices.

avatarjunior
sent on October 17, 2018

Pros: It's practically a A7R2 to which they have removed the flaws... improved the solidity of the keys, the fluidity and the resolution of the viewfinder (even if the increased resolution does not notice much as opposed to the higher refresh), double slot, high burst considering the 42mpx, PIXEL SHIFT, possibility to use the machine by loading it with a Powerbank directly (not present this function on series A7 1 and 2), AF finally usable in a perfect way with Canon optics even at night

Cons: Ergonomics not Excellsa (usual need for battery grip or additional pieces), cryptic menu (less than the series 2, here they put a "recap" at the top, but there are still more features) with even more cryptic translations. You'll end up with stuff like "AST. Faf. RAF." To synthesize very long translations that will be impossible to comprehend except by opening the manual.

Opinion: I was very undecided whether to buy this car or not. I had so beautiful a A7R2 at home, but I was limiting in terms of AF. In fact, being in love with Sony sensors and doing naturalistic, I was always bogged down in shutter speed and autofocus that with Canon lenses was unfortunately insufficient in very dynamic environments (and I certainly do not spend more than €2000 for a 100-400). If in fact in controlled environments the usability of Canon lenses was "sufficient", in dynamic environments unfortunately not. I'm not saying it was unusable, but not perfect. Let's add some flaws on the batteries always to be replaced, overheating almost immediate, and some other defect... Let's say that €3,000 I would never spend it on this machine (having the R2 is meant). However I was proposed new to €1950 (used a week by a guy out of his mind, but is new to €2500 with cashback and worth them all), and I could not refuse. It's perfect in everything, nothing to add. Brutal for landscapes and the like thanks to the possibility of pixel shift. This technology in fact is not replayable in post-production (as many mistakenly think). It is not a simple stack of images to increase the resolution, but exploits the intrinsic of the Bayer sensor to faithfully restore the images, capturing the same scene by translating in 2 dimensions the sensor of 1 pixel, up to 4 shots. It is not something "prizes and hello", because however in post-production these images must be merged, modified, and in case of moving subjects (clouds, water etc.) must be masked. This does not mean that the static subjects reach a definition and a detail unattainable from other combinations Machines\\lente. For everything else is a brutal machine, with a monstrous AF, an imposing burst, eternal battery life... Essentially the definitive machine regarding dense sensors. But if you only do real images and are willing to sacrifice the pixel shift, I would opt to save and remain on the R2 version. Note that this Pixel Shift is only usable in controlled environments. In fact if you photograph a landscape, the slightest movement sends everything to the air. Therefore to discard any situation with Nuvole\\fogliame. UPDATE: Updated after a few days of use. The difference in viewfinder level is impressive. It is already much better than the a7r2, and immensely better than a normal A72. At the outlet level each key is much more robust than the previous version. It almost seems to have passed from a Canon entry level to a 5d (to make a comparison). Just passing instantaneously from a A7R3 to a A7R2 you can see the many improvements made, even in terms of the layout of the keys, slightly improved with the presence of a button AF-ON Canon style that previously lacked. Addition not to underestimate the high refresh rate of the viewfinder that I think reaches 120hz (but it is still a pleasure to move quickly and see almost as if it were an optical viewfinder). UPDATE: In the end I was resolute and I resumed a A7R2. Better €1000 more in your pocket, than those few goodies in addition, which for an amateur have very little sense.




Photos taken with Sony A7r III

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HI RES 4.5 MP

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HI RES 16.7 MP
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HI RES 11.9 MP
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HI RES 12.9 MP

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HI RES 4.2 MP

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HI RES 16.3 MP

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HI RES 29.7 MP

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