Sony now has three mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras that share the ‘Alpha 7’ name so we thought we’d put them all side-by-side to find out how they line-up.
The new Sony Alpha A7 Mark III is the newest of the three cameras, arriving in February of 2018 with new 10fps high-speed shooting, 4K HDR video, improved AF, improved battery life, 3inch touch-screen, USB tethering and more. The Sony Alpha A7 Mark III is the younger brother to the Sony Alpha A7 Mark II, of which it has a number of improvements over, while the Sony Alpha A7 Mark II is the middle brother which arrived in 2015, after the much older, and original, Sony Alpha A7, introduced in 2013.
As well as comparing the specs of each camera, we’ll also be commenting on how they feel in the hand and how they perform in regards to ISO, white balance and general photo quality. Plus, we’ll also be taking a look at the videos each camera has produced so those who regularly capture footage with their cameras know which will suit them best.
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