Sony A7R Mark III / Sony Alpha 7R III

alaTest heeft 30 reviews verzameld en geanalyseerd voor Sony Alpha a7R III. De gemiddelde beoordeling voor dit product is 4.7/5, vergeleken met een gemiddelde beoordeling van 4.3/5 voor andere Digitale Compact Cameras. Gebruikers waarderen de sensor zeer maar velen zijn minder positief over de flits. De kleur is ook indrukwekkend.

prestaties, beeldkwaliteit, batterij, Kleur, sensor

opslag, prijs, focus, flits

We hebben de consumenten- en expertbeoordelingen, de leeftijd van het product en andere factoren geanalyseerd. Vergeleken met andere Digitale Compact Cameras krijgt de Sony Alpha a7R III een alaScore™ van 99/100 = Uitstekend.

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Consumenten review ( review summary for Sony Alpha a7R III


alaTest has collected and analyzed 1 user review of Sony Alpha a7R III from The average user rating for this product is 1.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras on

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Expert review door : Phil Hall (

Sony Alpha A7 III review


No longer the poor relation

693-point AF system ; 10fps burst shooting ; Uncropped 4K video ; 15-stop dynamic range ; 5-axis image stabilization ; Compact and durable body

Limited touchscreen control ; Only one SD slot supports UHS-II cards

When you look at the camera you get for your money, it's hard not to be impressed by the Sony Alpha A7 III. With a wealth of advanced features, the A7 III is likely to appeal to many photographers looking for a well-rounded and advanced full-frame...


Techradar Editor's Choice 2018

Expert review door : Phil Hall (

Sony Alpha A7R III review


Sony's megapixel monster gets a performance boost

10fps at 42.2MP ; Advanced 5-axis IS system ; Large and bright EVF ; Fast AF performance ; Improved handling

Battery life could still be better ; Limited touchscreen control ; Only one SD slot supports UHS-II cards

The Sony Alpha A7R III is not only the most well-rounded mirrorless camera you can buy today, but one of the best cameras out there right now.


Expert review door : Timothy Coleman (

Sony A7R III initial review: Giving the Nikon D850 a run for its money


The Sony A7R III is the epitome of competence, whatever your genre of photography. Only the more demanding sports and wildlife photographers will need

Sharp images with plenty of detail and exceptional dynamic range ; Much improved new battery with 650-single-shot-life ; Lovely electronic viewfinder ; Very respectable high-speed performance ; Customisable 'My Menu' for direct access to most used...

Still takes a while to work your way around the camera ; LCD touchscreen lacks some functionality ; Some buttons/dials are not the easiest to control ; Still uncomfortable to hold with larger lenses

In terms of all-round competence, the Sony A7R III goes head-to-head with the Nikon D850 as the best full-frame camera money can buy. It's battle of mirrorless versus DSLR.


Techradar Recommended 2014

Expert review door : Angela Nicholson (

Sony Alpha 77 Mark II review


Sony's enthusiast-level SLT gets a speed boost as well as better image quality

24Mp sensor captures lots of detail ; Excellent AF system ; Good noise control

Cumbersome articulating mechanism on the screen ; 12fps option on the mode dial rather than within the continuous shooting options ; No touch-screen

Image quality from this camera is excellent, even at high sensitivity settings. Also, the autofocus system is fast and accurate; it can even cope with very low light levels, making this a great camera for enthusiasts who want to shoot a range of...


Expert review door : David Elrich (

Sony A7 III hands-on review


Neither the fastest nor highest resolution, the A7 III is still be best all-around full-frame camera.

Excellent still image quality ; Excellent 4K video ; 10 FPS continuous shooting ; Significantly improved battery life ; Best value in its class

Slightly heavier than mark II model


Expert review door : Jim Fisher (

Sony a7 III


The Sony a7 III brings the company's entry-level model into step with higher end options, thanks to improved autofocus, image quality, video, and battery life.

24MP full-frame BSI sensor. 10fps with tracking. 5-axis stabilization. Silent shooting available. Promises 15 stops of dynamic range. Tilting touch LCD. Dual SD slots. Vastly improved battery. Focus joystick. 4K HDR video. Flat profiles available.

Screen not true vari-angle. Only one card slot is UHS-II. No in-body flash. Accessory required for time-lapse. Shooting buffer must clear to start video. Dense menu system. Omits PC sync socket.

After a few days of use, my impressions of the Sony a7 III are overwhelmingly positive. It has things that other full-frame cameras at this price point don't dream of, including a BSI sensor design, 4K video capture, and 10fps capture. The body is...


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Expert review door : Andy Westlake (

Sony A7 III first look


The best camera for £2000. Sony A7 III first look.


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Sony A7 III


When some companies launch a "basic" model, they usually have no frills and are kind of boring as they want you to pay more to upgrade. I don't even think they want to sell the basic model sometimes, it's just so you can compare the more expensive one...


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Sony's A7R III mirrorless can take anything you throw at it


Sony's A7R III handles landscapes, action and video with aplomb.

Its only real rival is the superb Nikon D850, and which you choose may depend on whether you prefer mirrorless or DSLR. DP Review called them "genuinely two of the best cameras the world has ever seen."


Expert review door : Andy Westlake (

Sony A7R III


The best mirrorless camera that money can buy. Sony A7R III.

Phenomenal image quality in almost any situation ; Extremely fast and responsive ; Compact, lightweight design with well-placed controls ; Superb electronic viewfinder ; In-body image stabilisation gives sharper images with any lens

AF area is invisible when moved using the joystick ; Rear screen only tilts up or down ; Handgrip too close to the lens for shooting with gloves

Quite simply, the Sony A7R III is a ludicrously brilliant camera, and one of the very best on the market.