Sony A7 III

Mar 1, 2018

Category: Tech

As of late, Sony has really been killing it with their digital cameras. The Japanese electronics brand consistently outperforms others from heritage brands. The latest example? Sony’s A7 III.

The 24.2 megapixel camera can snap 10 frames per second, shoot 4K HDR video, and has an ISO of up to 51200 for shooting in super low light situations. The full frame Elmore R CMOS image sensor paired with a Hybrid AF system that boasts 693 autofocus points make for both precision and detail. The camera even has a mode called Eye AF for tracking your subject’s eyes. The back of the camera boasts a tilting 2.95-inch touch display with a 2.3-million dot OLED EVF backlit screen while the battery life on the camera allows for up to up to 710 shots. All of this great tech comes at a high price, though. The camera body starts at $2,000

Purchase: $2,000

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