Sony A7 III review | Live Science

Key specifications

Type: Mirrorless
Sensor: 24.2MP full frame CMOS
Lens mount: Sony E
ISO range: 100-51,200 (exp 50-204,800)
Viewfinder resolution: 2.36m dots
Video capability: 4K 30p / 1080p 120p
Weight: 1.43lbs
Size: 5 x 3.8 x 2.9 inches
Memory card type: 2x SD

If you’re confused by all the different Sony Alpha 7 models out there, don’t worry – it’s simpler than it seems. There’s the Sony A7, which is the affordable all-purpose camera – and the product family to which the Sony A7 III belongs. Then there’s the Sony A7R, which is geared towards high-resolution imaging, and the Sony A7S, which is a video / low light specialist. 

The Sony A7 III was released in 2018, which seems like an eternity in camera years. So is it still worth recommending, especially when the Sony A7 IV has recently launched? The answer is a definite yes. While the A7 IV is a formidable camera, which outdoes its forebear in almost every way, accordingly it comes with a significant price tag. 

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