TCSTV: Sony a7RIII Jack of All Trades and Master of All Trades

The Camera Store TV came away from Sony’s latest event with the belief that the Sony a7RIII is a Jack of all trades and master of all trades. It’s really hard to find anything wrong with the a7RIII, but the biggest improvement is, of course, the battery, which is probably followed by the AF performance and then just general overall improvement in the feel of the camera. If you have to come up with negatives though there is still rolling shutter which is to be expected, you also can’t install apps for an in-camera intervalometer and the camera really should compile pixel shift images in-camera instead of requiring an app on the computer. TCSTV seems to believe that pixel shift software will be implemented in Capture One anLightroomom in the future.

When comparing the a7RII and a7RIII shadows are a little cleaner. The a7RIII also has a slight edge over the Nikon D850, but the D850 can have more perceivable resolution thanks to the additional megapixels. Most of the D850’s advantage when a tripod is not used though.

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