Sony Alpha A7R III: Hands down to the best camera ever!


The Alpha A7R III is Sony’s latest new invention and oh dear, it has left us all awestruck. It is very similar to the previous Alpha A7R II, in short an updated version but definitely a treat for the photographers around. Let us discover more about it below in the Sony Alpha A7R III review.

Sony Alpha A7R III Specs

The Sony Alpha A7R III Camera is enormously 42.2 Mega Pixels with a full-frame CMOS sensor. Moreover, a 3686K-dot electronic viewfinder, and a 3.0-inch tilt angle screen with 1440000 dots.  The number of pixels equal the count as the former model, Alpha A7R II while deciding not to exceed it to the rivals, Canon and D850.

There a various micro lenses including a new front-end LSI that enhances the speed of the sensor. Alpha A7R III also contains a BIONZ X image-processing engine to improve the processing speed up to 1.8 times in comparison to the Alpha A7R II.

The physical structure of this mirrorless camera is a magnesium alloy construction sealed to protect from dust and moisture. It weighs 657g, slightly thicker, which is almost the same as Alpha A7R II, only with a few subtle changes to make it easier to handle and shoot with.

The autofocus has been greatly improved. There are 399 focal-plane-phase detection auto focus points meanwhile the contrast detection points have topped up from 25 to 400. The camera also runs two times faster in low-lights combined with upgraded Eye auto focus tracking.

Sony has also added another lens to its lens line up, the FE 24-105 F4 G OSS, the full frame FE kens that facilitates a high zoom option than F/4 G lens. This will provide an extra charm to sports and wild life photography.

Sony Alpha A7R III Features

The latest model also includes a number of technologies used in the other classic Sony Alpha A9, Nikon’s D850 that offer a tempting flavour of excellent resolution and performance. In addition, there are impressive performance enhancements as well as a five-year guarantee making the Alpha A7R III camera a strong competitor with the Nikon and Canon DSLRs.

From a distant position, it is hard to differentiate between the two models, Sony Alpha A7R III and A7R II. However, there have been some new features added including a joystick for scrolling around menus and a touch screen to enhance the focus points in the camera. Sony also introduced two micro USB ports and a power USB-C port and there are two SD card slots for greater photo exchange.

The features have been phenomenal, exactly how every photographer would have expected to have. The image quality is very sharp, detailed, and rich in colour with a 42 Sony Alpha A7R III mega pixels in resolution.

Sony Alpha A7R III Price

You can have this masterpiece for $3,200, a little pricy for a non-professional. It will be available by the end of November around US and then can be shipped to UK and Australia for about £2,440 and AU$4,140.



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