Sony Alpha A7 Mark III Digital Cameras
Pixels: 24MP Full-Frame Exmor R BSI CMOS Sensor
Image Processor: BIONZ X Image Processor & Front-End LSI
AF & FPS: 693-Point AF System & 10 fps Shooting
Video: UHD 4K30p Video with HLG & S-Log3 Gammas
OLED EVF: 2.36m-Dot Tru-Finder OLED EVF
Screen size: 3.0" 922k-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
ISO: ISO 204800 & Pixel Shift Multi Shooting
SD Slots: Built-In Wi-Fi and NFC, Dual SD Slots
USB: USB Type-C Port, Weather-Sealed Design
The Sony A7 III is the successor of the Sony A7 II and is a good addition to the current range of Sony digital cameras based on the specifications. This 24-megapixel sensor is similar in many aspects to the sensor that you encounter in the much more expensive A9, but this is not a stacked variant. The camera offers 693 autofocus points - and that number is already familiar to us from the A9. The A7 III makes a maximum of 10 fps and comes with a totally renewed autofocus system. Sony Alpha A7 III in Australia is easily available for the natives of Australia to Purchase it.
- Camera Sensor: 24.24 Megapixels
- Sensor Size: 23.5 x 35.6 mm
- Sensor Type: CMOS
- Bit Depth: 14-Bit
- Shutter Speed: 1/8000
- Memory Card: Yes, SD Card
- Aspect Ratio: 3:2
- LCD Size: 3.0” inches
- Touch Screen: Yes
- Focus Type: Auto and Manual Focus
- Viewfinder Type: Electronic and Mechanical
- Camera Weight: 945 grams
- Wi-Fi Supported: Yes
- Battery Type: Li-Ion Battery 2280mAh
Sony calls the A7 III its basic model and that is perhaps a bit weak given the specifications. This new camera is the simplest from the manufacturer's full-frame range. Sony simply uses that term to show what they have not put in their newest camera. And that is an impressive amount. The Sony A7 III has a completely new sensor and you can now increase the ISO value to 204,800. That is, of course, beautiful, but nobody uses it. The A7 III makes an impression anyway because even at high ISO values, you can use it to photograph beautifully without noise. That makes the camera usable in challenging lighting conditions.
The battery is traditionally a weak point of system cameras. After an hour of intensive shooting, the power is often hard to find. The Sony A7 III eliminates this clumsy tradition and, following the A9, makes a lot of images on one battery charge. Sony says there are 710 and we can confirm that after our test. That makes this A7 III a lot more useful than its predecessor and many other system cameras.
Body and Performance
On the outside, it is almost impossible to see that you are taking pictures with a new model, but we are used to that from Sony. The differences with the predecessor are small but welcome. For example, there is a joystick on the back to easily change focus points. We know that joystick from the A9 and is a nice addition. This way you can shift the focus point very intuitively with the camera at your eye. Furthermore, the camera looks like two drops of water on the predecessor and on other cameras from the Sony range. That means a business-like and sleek design that quickly makes clear that you are on the road with a serious camera. The operation is logical and as we know it from Sony. However, the menu structure remains fairly complex. When you shoot with a Sony for the first time, you have to take the time to get used to the menus. Once you get used to it, you can read and write with it.
Sony Presents its new model after A7 II which is known as Alpha A7III. Sony Alpha A7 III price in Australia will range from 2700$ to 3000$ AUD. We have enlisted various stores from which you can buy this amazing Sony Alpha A7 III digital camera.