DPReview Adds Sony a7III to Studio Scene

The Sony a7III performs incredibly well in DPReview’s studio scene and stays ahead of the competition ever step up the ISO range. There has been some debate about the anti-aliasing filter in the Sony a7III and DPReview has something to say now:

In the meantime, our studio scene suggests* that, if the a7 III has an anti aliasing filter, it’s extremely weak, designed to only filter excessively high frequency detail in the horizontal axis. It’ll be interesting to see what effect this has in the real world.

It wouldn’t be surprising for Sony to include a very light anti-aliasing filter in the a7III or for them to remove it all together because the trend has been to remove them, but I am sure the debate about this topic will go on for some time to come, even if most won’t notice.

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Sony a7III: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Sony HVL-F60RM: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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