If you are following me for quite some time then you know that I am a huge fan of Sony cameras. After months of waiting the New Sony A7RIII has been finally released.
The Sony A7RIII is Sony’s response to the newly released Nikon’s D850 and Canon’s 5D Mark IV. So how is it compare to the two cameras?
Sony A7RIII vs Nikon D850 vs Canon 5D Mark IV
|Sony A7RIII||Nikon D850||Canon 5D Mark IV|
|Image Sensor||42MP, no low-pass filter||45MP, no low-past filter||30MP, no low-past filter|
|ISO Range||100-32,000 (50-102400)||64-25,000 (32-102,400)||100-32,000 (50-102,400)|
|Auto Focusing||399 phase detect and 425 contrast detect af points||153 AF Points||61 AF points with 45 cross-type points|
|Continious Shooting||10fps (79 JPEGs, 28 Raws)||7fps, 9fps w/ battery grip (51 Raws)||7fps (unlimited JPEGs, 21 Raws)|
|Video Recording||4k 30p (3840 x 2160) W/ Hybrid Log Gamma & Slog2/3||4k(3840 x 2160)||4k 30p Clog(4096 x 2160)|
|Battery Life||530 shots||1,840 shots||900 shots|
|Weight||23.2 ounces||32.3 ounces||28.2 ounces|
How Better is the New Sony A7RIII compare to the A7RII?
What Do I Like with the A7RIII?
- I’m very happy that they have decided to add the Joystick, Now it is easier to change your focus point.
- The continuous silent shooting – It will be really helpful when your shooting wedding and wildlife.
- Dual SD Slot- make this camera more reliable especially when shooting important events and projects.
- The new battery -long battery life means I can shoot more.
A7RIII launching date in the UAE or Dubai has not been announced yet but according to my source, it will be between late last week of November and first week of December.