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Sony A7rIII tests roundup (Untitledshot, Jason Lanier, Patrick Murphy-Racey)

Josselin Cornoufrom “Untitledshot” posted this video on top and also made some RAW images available for free download here: hive.co/l/sonya7r3raw. Hew writes:

“The Sony A7r3 is coming, and it feels like an important iterative upgrade over the A7r2. After trying it, it should purely be an update around increasing your productivity, with a better AF, 10FPS, longer battery life, dual SD card and a better grip.
On the image quality side, it is hard to justify upgrading to the A7r3. The image quality is so similar to the A7r2 that I was not – with the current Camera RAW processor – able to find any differences.
Pixel shift may seems like a good feature, but it requires a software to edit the file. No – the camera won’t do the stitching for you. You cannot see the result right away – I think it is a big limiting factor, especially for outdoors/landscape photography. Also the lack of playmemories software might be a limiting factor for those who were relying on apps.
On the other side, I was really impressed by the 24-105mm, the file won’t resolve 42mp, but still – this may be the first decent  all around lens for the Sony A7/A9 series.
P.S.: I also uploaded a quick Slow motion video of the two shutters: https://youtu.be/7L1B1WqZTmU.”

And here we got some more new A7rIII tests:

Preorders:
Sony A7rIII at Amazon, Bhphoto, Adorama, BuyDig, FocusCamera, Calumet DE, Wex UK. Photo Porst Neuwied. Sony Netherland. Sony Australia. Sony Japan.
Sony 24-105mm at Amazon, Bhphoto, Adorama, BuyDig, FocusCamera, Amazon DE, Calumet DE, Wex UK.

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