Sony a7 III Wins EISA Camera of the Year

Sony Cleaned Up at the 2018 EISA Photography Awards including Camera of the Year Sony a7 III along with Awards to a7R III, RX10 IV, FE 16-35MM F2.8 GM & FE 100-400MM F4.5-5.6 GM OSS

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EISA CAMERA OF THE YEAR 2018-2019
SONY α7 III

With the α7 III, Sony has set the standard for an all-round full-frame mirrorless camera capable of tackling many forms of photography. The new 24.2-megapixel back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor provides outstanding image quality in a wide range of lighting conditions. The autofocus system covers almost the entire frame, making it easy to focus on and track moving subjects that are not in the centre of the frame. With a burst speed of 10 frames per second and a 4K video mode, the α7 III is ready to capture fast action.

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EISA PROFESSIONAL MIRRORLESS CAMERA 2018-2019
SONY α7R III

The third generation of Sony’s high-resolution mirrorless camera, the α7R III has a 42.4-megapixel back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor that produces images with tremendous detail. At the same time it provides high shooting speeds of up to 10 frames per second with autofocus tracking, allowing it to keep moving subjects in sharp focus. The 5-axis in-body image stabilisation system has been fine-tuned to support the high-resolution shooting capacity, meaning you can use the camera handheld in a wide range of conditions.

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EISA SUPERZOOM CAMERA 2018-2019
SONY CYBER-SHOT RX10 IV

Sony’s fourth-generation ultra-zoom camera, the RX10 IV combines a versatile 24-600mm equivalent f/2.4-4 ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* lens with a large sensor: namely a 1 inch, 20.1-megapixel Exmor RS CMOS stacked image sensor. This combination allows the user to shoot sharp images across the entire zoom range from wide-angle to super-telephoto, without the need to change lenses. The Fast Hybrid autofocus system employs the same High-density Tracking technology as the Sony α series of cameras, which makes it easier to track fast-moving subjects such as birds in flight.

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EISA MIRRORLESS WIDE-ANGLE ZOOM LENS 2018-2019
SONY FE 16-35MM F2.8 GM

Part of Sony’s premium G Master series, this is a great wide-angle zoom that provides impressive sharpness across the entire image. The lens has weather sealing and is well built for professional use, but is lighter in weight compared to its competitors. Yet it outperforms most of them, not only in terms of sharpness, but also giving images with low vignetting and minimal distortion. It’s a perfect lens for landscape, architecture and cityscape photography.

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EISA MIRRORLESS TELEZOOM LENS 2018-2019
SONY FE 100-400MM F4.5-5.6 GM OSS

This super-telephoto zoom lens is ideal for sports and nature photography, and offers great sharpness throughout the zoom range. Vignetting is insignificant while distortion is very low and is not an issue for the type of photography typically practised with this lens. The autofocus is very fast, precise and silent, while the optical stabilisation ensures sharp photos at slow shutter speeds. Built to be used under adverse weather conditions, it is a great lens that offers very high image quality.

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1 thought on “Sony a7 III Wins EISA Camera of the Year”

  1. Congratulations to Sony, BUT also to ALL who saw the FUTURE and bought the products from the beginning 16 Oct 2013 with A7 and A7R then 6 Apr 2014 for A7S all just over 4 years!!!!! The most brilliant move at the start (I think) was the ability to use old film lenses (f/2.8) and other makers lenses with a simple adapter and on camera apps. Mk II’s in camera IS also. Everyone’s investments in a new camera made this happen one at a time BUT SO FAST!!! And my camera price is still the same as it was in 2014, My old Rebel fell to $250 in less time (still good though). Users, these are your awards also!!!!! Thanks to ALL..

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