Sony a7R Mark III review

January 1, 2018 § Leave a comment

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For starters, you get an AF joystick for placing your AF area, a dedicated AF-ON button, a chunkier rear dial and a deeper grip. Menus have gotten a refresh, and while they’re still complex, they’re far easier to navigate than before. The a7R III is almost infinitely customizable, whether you’re looking for button assignments or memory banks that hold almost a complete set of camera options. This means that it takes a long time to get the camera set up to how you truly like it, but it is entirely worth it, and allows the a7R III to respond more quickly to changing situations than many mirrorless rivals.”







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