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Sony A7III Is In Stock In Limited Quantities Here

By SLR Lounge Official on June 7th 2018

There’s an argument to be made that the Sony A7III is the most important camera of 2018, and we’re not even half way through the year. But it’s arrival at a time before Canon and Nikon are aiming to release their mirrorless units, its abilities, and its price point make it just about the best all ’round performer on the marketplace right now, and it’s unlikely whatever Canon and Nikon will release will best it, or come near the performance for price.

All of this is probably why A7III inventory is depleted and sold out almost as soon as it’s been stocked. In fact, the A7III is out of stock at many major retailers. However, Adorama has just received a new delivery, so if you’ve been waiting for and wanting an A7iii (kit), it would seem sage to act quickly. You can get yours here.

If you’re looking for a quick comparison between the Sony full frame mirrorless models have a look at the points below. You’ll see how they each differentiate, and it will highlight just how much of a useful amalgamation of the A7RIII and A9 bodies it actually is.

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A7III Vs. A7RIII

What they have in common:

  • Dimensions and weight (A7iii is only 7g lighter)
  • Build quality and weather resistance
  • Design of body and button layout
  • Touchscreen LCD functionality
  • New more powerful NP-FZ100 battery
  • Dual memory card slots (only the first slot is UHS-II compliant)
  • 5 axis stabilization (focus at -3EV)
  • Electronic shutter with silent shooting mode
  • Max shutter speed: 1/8000s (1/250s flash sync)
  • Max 10fps with AF/AE tracking (8fps with live view/blackouts)
  • 1080p up to 120fps
  • USB Type C and tethering
  • Wifi, NFC and Bluetooth

A7III Vs. A9

What they have in common:

  • Dimensions and weight (A7iii is 23g lighter)
  • Touchscreen LCD functionality
  • 100 to 51200 ISO, with extended “pull” 50 and “push” up to 204800 ISO (up to 102400 for video)
  • New more powerful NP-FZ100 battery
  • Dual memory card slots (only the first slot is UHS-II compliant)
  • 5 axis stabilization (focus at -3EV)
  • Wifi, NFC and Bluetooth

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  1. VJ Farrés

     in the page says “back order”, is not in stock…

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