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Love this cameraPosted
I was debating between the Sony A7riii and this one: A7iii...my biggest issue was the large file size with the a7riii. I'm glad I got this one instead, they are both so similar anyways. If you're looking for the high megapixel which is amazing for printing purposes, then you might wanna get the A7riii.
I would recommend this to a friend
Couldn't be happier with my A7iii!Posted
At this point, I have had the A7iii for a couple months now and have clicked roughly 3000 images - mainly of family, pets, and my 6 months old babygirl. I can honestly say that these are some of the best images I have ever clicked and that this camera has helped elevate my photography to a whole new level. I would recommend it to anyone in a heartbeat! A little background and more details... I had been a dedicated Canon user for 10+ years with 70D (APS-C sensor) for my last camera. Unfortunately that camera had front and back focusing issues even though I had micro-adjusted all my lenses to it. I was so used to clicking 3-4 extra images for those can't-miss moments just to be sure one of them was a keeper. Earlier this year, I decided to go full-frame and lucky for me, Sony had just announced the A7iii with features that were years ahead of anything Canon/Nikon had to offer at similar price point. After weeks of reading rave reviews from pros and amateurs alike, I pulled the trigger and ordered my A7iii along with the 24-70GM lens. After 2 months of using Sony gear, I couldn't be happier with my move. Here are a few pros and cons that you may not find in other reviews. Pros: - Eye AF: The hype is real! The Eye AF works (90% of the time) incredibly well and makes it super easy to take portraits. With it on, most pictures are so razor-sharp that I can zoom into the eyes of the subject and find my own reflection. And that's not an exaggeration! - Excellent Low-light capability: On my Canon, I rarely pushed past 1000 ISO because of high noise in low-light images. With A7iii, I haven't purchased a flash yet so I am regularly forced to shoot in 10,000 - 12,500 range and the images still looking stunning after processing. - Less time in post-processing: Compared to 70D, I find that less of my images need post-processing now and the ones I do have to process take less time. - File size: At one point, I was seriously considering the A7(R)iii but now I am glad that I chose this camera. The 50MB files (uncompressed RAW) from this camera already make my 2014 Macbook Pro feel slightly sluggish. Can't imagine what 80-90MB files from A7Riii would have done to my computer. Cons: - Sony software is worthless: the RAW processing software installed 3 different apps - a photo manager, an editor and a remote shooting app. I found the apps a pain to use so ended up uninstalling after the first week and purchased Capture One Pro. - No built-in flash: I personally miss having a built-in flash. In most low-light situations, I could take out my 70D from the bag and start snapping in seconds. I don't own an external flash for A7iii but past experience tells me it will definitely take longer to get snapping when I have to attach an external flash. With all that said, I still rate this camera a solid 5 stars because of the incredible difference it has already made in my photos.
I would recommend this to a friend