Sony a7R III 42.4MP Full-frame Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera and Camera Strap with Quick Release System

October 4, 2018 - Comment

Product Features 42.4 MP back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor with gapless on-chip lens design New front-end LSI and updated BIONZ X processing-engine for maximum processing speed Quick Release Extra Fine Corduroy and Italian Top Grain Leather More Camera Suggestions For You FUJIFILM X-T4 Mirrorless Camera (Black) 16652855 – Essential Bundle Includes: Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB

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Product Features

  • 42.4 MP back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor with gapless on-chip lens design
  • New front-end LSI and updated BIONZ X processing-engine for maximum processing speed
  • Quick Release
  • Extra Fine Corduroy and Italian Top Grain Leather

Comments

Adam Brown says:

maybe best all around camera on the market today I upgrade cameras every 3-4 years, so every camera should be the best camera I’ve ever owned. I am primarily an enthusiast, but I do some professional work as well. The A7riii easily clears that standard.For perspective, I was a long-time Sony/Minolta shooter in the days of traditional SLR and dSLR. As Sony started to abandon the dSLR format, I transitioned to Nikon with the Nikon D750. At that time, 2014 — I considered Sony mirrorless but decided the platform was just not prime-time…

Anthony Campo says:

I finally have the perfect camera. I sold all of my L glass … I finally have a near perfect camera. I sold all of my L glass last year and jumped ship to Sony. I posted an honest review of the A7RII which I ended up returning due to several complaints that I and many others had regarding that camera. After some time I decided to buy it again and keep it once the 5D Mark IV came out. I was tired of the lack of innovation from Canon coupled with it’s inability to listen to it’s customers. I was tired of micro adjusting lenses that cost me thousands of…

Paul says:

The Best Camera for the Hardcore Photographer. Before I go into my review of this camera lets just go over my camera history, so you know what experiences I am comparing this to.My first digital camera was the Canon Rebel XTi -> Canon EOS 60D -> Canon EOS 6D -> Sony A7ii -> Sony A7Riii. I have also shot with the Sony A7Rii and a few other recent Canon mirrorless cameras like the EOS M and M3.In November of 2016 I made the switch from my 6D to Sony after borrowing a friend’s a7ii for a week. I loved it…

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