out of stock Sony Alpha A7 Mark III Mirrorless Camera (ILCE7M3B, Body Only) $2,082.85 Delivered @ Videopro eBay

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  • +1 vote

    They have also dropped prices of the RX100 cameras. I suspect a new RX is getting announced soon.

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    How good of a price is this? Struggling to choose between this or the A7RIII

    • +1 vote

      A7R III prices might drop further since the A7R IV got announced.

    • +4 votes

      May be the lowest it can get already?

      Comparing this to A7Riii - if you want the best focus (other than A9), pick this. For anything else (Better LCD and viewfinder, higher megapixel) pick A7Riii

      Also beaware that A7R IV just announced yesterday.

      • -3 votes

        This guy is spot on.

        For photos A7M3 is the best bang for buck full frame camera, it easily out perform even Canon 5D4.

        For videos, Canon still rules.

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          For photos A7M3 is the best bang for buck full frame camera, it easily out perform even Canon 5D4.
          For videos, Canon still rules.

          Did you mean the other way around? Either way very subjective - you can always edit a sony image to look like a canon's

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            @tooli22: No, I meant what I said. I used both cameras on a daily basis. Sony A7M3 for photos and Canon 5D4 for videos.

            Sony A7M3 pros
            - Much better focusing system, result in much high percentage of in focus shots at the end of the day
            - Better dynamic range, more details captured in bright or dark conditions and more flexible in post processing
            - Sharper image

            Sony A7M3 cons
            - The viewfinder and back screen are not that good.
            - You'll only get the best results if you shoot RAW and process the photos in Lightroom

            Canon 5D4 pros
            - Colours looks better straight out of the camera
            - More ergonomic when mounted with heavy lens
            - Better focusing when shooting videos
            - Canon still has the best lens in general

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              @lxstr: Nice review but, Yikes! It doesn't sound like the difference is great enough to go to the trouble of running 2 different brands and their largely, incompatible accessories. Expensive and confusing, especially once you factor in backups of everything.

              KISS principle worked best for me back in my pro days.

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              @lxstr: Are you some sort of wedding professional photographer and videographer? Wondering what sort of scenario/professional that you need to use camera in a daily basis.

              Do you shoot manual or autofocus on video?

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              @lxstr: @lxstr: To each their own.

              Can't say I know many professionals shooting video that use video 'straight out of the camera'. As for the lens selection, as @eug stated, Sony's GMaster range, although expensive, consists of some spectacular glass. As a wedding videographer, I have never once found Sony's autofocus to be lacking but to my understanding, Canon's DPAF is still the king.

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          For videos, Canon still rules.

          Rules in what way? Just autofocus?
          Surely the huge crop 1.74x factor when you shoot in 4K is a big enough disadvantage to edge people towards a different camera?
          The rather inefficient 500Mbps MJPEG codec has some benefits, but we can get fantastic results with H.264, with the benefit of being able to fit more than just 16 minutes of footage on a 64GB card.

          • Canon still has the best lens in general

          You might be surprised by the new range of Sony G Master lenses. If you have a look at DxOMark's lens database, the top lenses aren't Canon.

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    Sold out now.

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