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Sony ILCE7M3B Full Frame Mirrorless Compact System Camera Body - Black

Brand - Sony

Average rating 4.63

30 Reviews | 0 Votes

£2,000.00£1,699.00
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Newly developed Full-Frame 24.2 MP Back-Illuminated Exmor R CMOS Image Sensor Evolved Image Processing and 5-axis in-body image stabilisation 4D FOCUS system with 693 phase-detection AF points covering 93% of image area Continuous Shooting at up to 10 fps with either Silent Shooting or Mechanical Shutter Camera, AC Adaptor AC-UUE12, Accessory shoe cap, Body cap, Eyepiece cup, Micro USB cable, Rechargeable Battery NP-FZ100, Shoulder strap,

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Excellent camera, great image stabiles, good quality photography and videos

Jan 10, 2020

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Nice enough camera but doesn't include a battery charger - options are; Charge in-cam or spend another load on a charger.
Ridiculous penny-pinching

Jan 02, 2020

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The best purchase in years!!!! I'm very satisfied with this camera, the quality of the image is stunning, colours are very bright, very customisable, long battery life. The lenses are quite expensive but you get the incredible results. I definitely 1000% Recommend this camera. It came very quick and well packed

Dec 04, 2019

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I shoot everything! Portraits, Landscapes, Street, Travel, etc. I really wanted a pretty good camera for overall usage because I don't wanna spend money on camera soon. I was looking for long time and I did researches, watched and read others reviews, I tested other cameras and my final decision was A7iii. I finally bought it and already felt in love with it. I bought the 28-70 kit lens with the 50 1.8 prime as well. And I think every one needs to have at least a zoom lens and a prime lens. It worth every penny! I remember when I first held it in my hand it felt like the grip of the camera was a bit short for my little finger, but wasn't big deal because soon I start use it more I got used to it. You can always buy a battery grip if it's the case. As personal preferences, I had to adjust the viewfinder for my eyes and I put the switch of viewfinder on a custom button (+FINDER/MONITOR on manual) because sometimes was so annoying switching by itself when I was using the lcd screen. After you're set, you're good to go. It's a joy to use this camera! I love the results! It's so good in low light and dynamic range! I easily adjust my exposure in post if wasn't properly exposed. If I shoot raw and don't want to spend a lot of time on editing I found Capture One Express(for Sony) way better than Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw, and it's free too! I love the crop mode option on camera when I need extra reach and the feature that I can easily send my pictures to my phone in jpg even if I'm only shooting raw. Mine came with a battery charger. Overall I'm so happy with this purchase. I could say was a really good choice. Couldn't be more happier! Hope you find this useful.

Nov 22, 2019

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Love this camera but then again, everyone else on the internet does as well so nothing new I can add really!

Sep 19, 2019

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Amazon Customer Review

Sony are taking over the camera market now with cameras like these.
Amazing quality, both in construction and in images produced.

The A7III is the more "consumer oriented" camera in Sony's list of high-end DSLRs, whereas the A7RIII with its 43MP sensor is more oriented toward people who are going to make huge prints (think billboards) or who are doing fancy photoshoots (magazines / weddings, etc).

It's also cheaper and easier to use than the top-of-the-line A9 flagship DSLR.

I don't really know what else to write about this; it honestly is just fantastic for every occasion; it's portable, durable and reliable and even the built in battery makes last gen. products (A6000) look weak.

The issues with these cameras are that Sony are notorious for having very difficult menus to navigate and so many settings within those menus that you don't know what everything does. They are a bit of a learning curve to say the least.

Secondly, because this is a full-frame mirrorless, you'll also notice that the lenses for this camera can go into "crazy money" territory, with some costing up to £12 000 (600mm F4 GM).

Even though I rarely get to use my camera, I don't personally regret buying it, but if you are a hobbyist who only uses the camera on rare occasions, I'd probably recommend going with something lower down, like the A6000 or A6500, or possibly a second hand A7.

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The kit lens is decent, although not as good as the G-Master version which goes down to F2.8 (but also costs the price of a kidney at £1800).
With the right settings it can be a very good starter lens for all-round usage and images do turn out nice and sharp.

If you are thinking of specialising into a specific area of photography, I would highly recommend getting something else however (like the Samyang lenses which are the "budget" option.)

Aug 26, 2019

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