It's been about a year since the Sony a7 III has been released, and a lot has happened in that year, particularly with a flurry of new mirrorless cameras with similar capabilities coming to the market. Is the Sony a7 III still one of the best choices for hybrid shooters in comparison to other mirrorless options? This great video explores exactly that question.
Coming to you from The Hybrid Shooter, this helpful video explores the Sony a7 III after a year of usage and compares it to the latest cameras from Fujifilm, Nikon, and Panasonic. Personally, I was a huge fan of the a7 III in my review, and I still think it's one of the best deals out there for both stills and video shooters. It has an absolutely excellent full frame sensor, strong autofocus performance, great low-light capabilities, and very good video specs. What I always appreciated about the camera is that unlike other "budget" cameras, Sony didn't remove crucial features that seriously impeded the work of photographers and videographers, but rather downgraded things like the viewfinder resolution, still leaving them plenty usable, but just a little below those of its counterparts like the a7R III. This just makes the a7R III look like the "luxury" version in comparison, still leaving the a7 III as an excellent option. Check out the video above for the full rundown.