Back at it again, the charmingly abrasive but always informative Jaren Polin (or as most of us know him, Froknowsphoto) released a new real-world review on Sony’s newly released a7R III. Love him or hate him, Polin always puts out the some of the most in-depth camera reviews in the photography YouTube space, and this video is no exception.
In the review, Polin took us along for a day of shooting portrait, sunset, aerial, and action shots in Sedona, Arizona, with Sony, and to say the least, he wasn’t disappointed. He went through the intricacies of the new features added to the a7R III and showed how they came into play in real shooting scenarios.
Polin also went on to test the new video features, which I feel are going to be the biggest selling point of the new Sony flagship, especially since it shoots full frame at 120 frames per second in 1080. After his big day of shooting, he takes us back to the studio and goes over the raw files of the day, comparing them against those of his daily workhorse the Nikon D850.
I’ll leave his personal opinion on which is better for you to find out for yourself, but I personally feel that the a7R III has officially put Sony on the map with the big boys, especially considering the newly added holy trinity of lenses and Sony Pro Support. At this point, it can’t be denied that Sony can hold its own to any ecosystem on the market and will continue to cause waves in the digital imaging space. Will you be switching?