Sony a7SIII Post Launch Coverage

Sony finally launched the Sony a7SIII and many are very pleased with the camera they announced, but above Camera Conspiracy points out some of the silly decisions Sony made with the Sony a7SIII like putting a high-resolution EVF on a camera that will likely be used on a gimbal with the rear LCD, which is not a top of the line read LCD.

The big advantage of the Sony a7SIII is that it doesn’t seem to overheat ever, which is an innovation on its own, but it would have been nice if Sony really did create the ultimate all-around camera as they claimed they would. I am personally considering the Sony a7SIII for astrophotography, but the Sony a7SII might be a better investment for me.

For the videographers out there that are eating this camera up, Sony picked an odd group of people to give early access too. The internet is currently full of videos created by people analyzing the announcement without content to justify their statements. Above and below are statements by people that have had access to the camera in real life in addition to the announcement coverage here. I am cautiously optimistic that Sony knocked this camera out of the park for videographers outside of the nitpicking above, but things like the EVF make me look forward to future Sony cameras like a Sony a7RV.

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