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Sony Alpha A7R III Camera (Body only, AU Stock) - $3769.15 Delivered @ Camera House eBay

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Lowest price I've seen for Australian stock!

Don't forget about 2% Cashrewards bringing this down to $3693.77.

If I had the dosh I would trade up my A7RII for this in a heartbeat!

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  • Nice find. Good camera.

  • Was $3440 last week from Video pro ebay with coupon until they increased their price.

  • Tempted - I wonder if there's a new version on the horizon

    • Not for another year at least. This was only recently released.
      There will be a video dedicated camera released soon but not a replacement for this.

      The a7R3 is a very decent upgrade from the A7r2. Almost everything is improved and provides a much more enjoyable shooting experience

      • I'd be jumping over from a 5DIV. Was hoping the Canons FF mirrorless would be good but this still looks better which makes the decision harder

        • The AF with Canon EOS lenses on the A7r3 is pretty good (depending on the lens and adapter). The Canon R would probably be slight better in some AF aspects with EOS lenses but not by much. Aside from that, Canon would have also have a better touch screen implementation. Apart from that I think the Sony would be equal or better in all other aspects and has a much larger native lens selection.

          I think Canon will release a higher range R model but probably not for a while (6-12 months or more)

          If you really want to spoil yourself get the A9. I had the A7r3 and A9 and kept the A9. Amazing shooting experience and AF

        • If purely for photo, id get EOS R. So much more lens options there. But Canon mirrorless is definitely the biggest loser when it comes to video capability.

        • @John:
          How do you figure? There's only 3 mirrorless lenses at launch of the Canon. The rest are adapted EF lenses, and therefore you could argue Sony has access to all those lenses too.

        • @Anders: yes but im guessing AF speed on the Canon are maintained given its Canon adapted for Canon (no test yet but Im guessing so). Third party lenses on Sony via adapter does not give as fast AF speed compared to using Sony lenses

          EDIT: I heard its improved massively on Sony via adapter with some minor limitation

        • @John:

          Canon lenses work very fast on the Sony 3rd gen cameras with metbones or sigma adapters. I think the differences with the canon would be very small

        • @qvinto: i need to try then. I have moved over to Sony system for a couple years now but still have the Metabone adapter

    • If you're not in a rush, wait for boxing day sales. Usually you get 15-20% off Sony from the likes of Digidirect and CameraPro that coincides with the Summer of Sony Eftpos cashback promo, which can be up to $500 for a body and $150 for a lens. To date, the mark III range has not been a part of the cashback, but I have a feeling this year the R3 might be as it will be over a year old.

  • It's lacking the OLED screen which to me isn't ideal. I shoot from the hip very often and being able to adjust on the fly is just fantastic.

    I'll wait to see if they would adjust the price for the Mark IV now that Nikon and Canon are in the Mirrorless game

    • OLED display on a camera seems like a really bad idea, given all of the static information displayed on a camera display and OLED's susceptibility to burn-in.

      Really I can't imagine any serious photographer wanting an OLED display on their camera. If I want to enjoy my photos on a quality screen, I'm not going to restrict myself to my camera's display! LCD is more than good enough for ensuring correct framing, exposure, sharpness, etc.

      I don't think you're someone who should be putting $3,800 into a camera…

      Also, the a7R IV is probably a year away from release, so I don't think it's price will be dropping any time soon.

      • Sorry, I mean the top plate display. I think those are OLEDs???

        Regardless,

        I don't think you're someone who should be putting $3,800 into a camera…

        Speaking of gatekeeping… what makes you think that huh?

        I shoot with A7r with a 35mm F1.2 FYI

        • Sorry, I mean the top plate display. I think those are OLEDs???

          Ok, that would be handy to have, though certainly shouldn't be a deal breaker.

          Speaking of gatekeeping… what makes you think that huh?

          That statement was based on an incorrect (though, not entirely unreasonable) interpretation of what you said.

    • While the OLED screen is nice, all of the info is also shown on the tilting LCD screen which you're undoubtedly looking at to frame your photo. I really don't see why it'd be a write off because of that.

  • Anyone wary of offers on the A7 III at the moment?

  • Nice find, got 2.

  • Great price! Can get ~$340 back in GST if you're travelling overseas too!

    • +2 votes

      Unless you were going with 4 people, the limit is claiming $900, so advantage isn't as large as you couldn't be able to claim the camera is traveling alone/with someone else

    • I just got back today from OS and I had claimed a d850 when leaving.
      Brought it back and no one asked a thing. A good little saving as I got it through an eBay sale…end cost was 3500.

      • Brought it back and no one asked a thing

        They did ask you when you filled the form. You meant you didnt get caught

      • It was asked on the arrival card when you came back though.

  • Its been at this price for a while on many of the ebay 20% off codes.

  • Just recently picked up an A7ii with a 16-35mm Zeiss for $1600 :)))

  • Ebay seller E-Infinity selling A7R III for $3348. 75 ($3525 - 5% Penny5 discount code).

  • Only camera I've played with that makes me want to move from my Canon. If AF speeds have improved for the Canon adapters since I last tried them, this may be the replacement for my 5d.

  • I wonder how people get into higher-end photography like this…

    • Anecdotally, I'd say the semi-pro market is as big as it's ever been, thanks to Instagram and the fact that phone cameras are so good now that people start to see and pursue the art of photography and then get inspired to take it to the next level.

  • I couldn't make a new post - The OzBargain Website recommended I post it here.

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    Nikkor AF-S 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Lens ,Final Price: $2509.15
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    Nikkor AF-S 200-500mm f/5.6E ED Vr Lens ,Final Price: $1299.15
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