Say Hello to the Most Powerful Sony Alpha EVER!

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Sony a7R III is In The House! Say Hello to the Most Powerful Sony Alpha EVER!

Bigger Battery. Faster Auto Focus. Faster Tethering. 10 FPS Mechanical or Silent Shooting. Improved EVF. LSI Processor and Bigger Buffer. More Dynamic Range. Enhanced Eye AF. Dual Card Slots. Joystick and Back AF Button. Touch Focus. 4K HDR with Hybrid-Log-gamma S-Log3. Pixel Shift Multi Shooting.

Everything you loved about a7RII – just better.

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3 thoughts on “Say Hello to the Most Powerful Sony Alpha EVER!”

  1. Hmm, how should I read this?

    Does “the most powerful Alpha ever” mean the Alpha 7RIII is more powerful than the Alpha 9…?

      1. Thanks for your answer!
        Its hard to compare cameras, they are complex beasts with mile-long feature lists many of which are difficult to judge, let alone compare for a hobby fotographer…

        I might just go for one of those, as I think it will fix my complaints with the RX100 IV – where your ability to zoom in is rather limited. Even just looking at my pictures on a 4K display, with otherwise nice pictures, there is suddenly something weird and ugly visible at the pixel level. Pixels look weirdly / overly sharp and jagged. They neither blend to be smooth, nor do they add clarity. It looks like over-sharpening something with a really strange algorithm. If anything, it looks like tiny, jagged, broken glass shards.

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