More Sony A7 III Reviews: The Top of your List for Consideration

More and more Sony a7 III reviews are now available online. Check it out!

The new Sony a7 III is now available for pre-order at major US stores:

Sony a7 III body: $1,998 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

Sony a7 III with 28-70mm lens: $2,198 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

Sony a7 III on Facebook: Sony a7III PageSony a7III Group

Anthony Thurston published the Sony a7 III field test claiming that the new Sony a7 III mirrorless camera “ should be at the top of your list for consideration – no doubt”:

So take it from this Fujifilm shooter; the A7 III is legit and offers some of the best performance per dollar on the market right now. If full frame is what you are after and you are on a budget, the the Sony A7 III should be at the top of your list for consideration – no doubt. 

Ken Rockwell said:

Sony has been the world’s top maker of image sensors for many, many decades — long before digital cameras. The A7 III is so good and so inexpensive I’m starting to wonder if they’re just trying to do anything to get us to buy their full-frame sensors, exactly as Kodak used to sell their cameras below cost just to get us to buy more film!

Patrick Murphy-Racey said:

If Sony had picked the price of $2498 for the A7III, it would have still been a good deal, and would have been $700 less than the A7RIII.  But at under $2,000, it’s so obvious to me they are just messing with the marketplace.  They are doing it because they can, and they have earned the right to not just disrupt, but aggressively begin to change the very landscape in which they have chosen to compete.

And here are several Sony a7 III video reviews.