The a7s III has lots going for it: superb eye detect autofocus in video at up to 120 fps, an articulating touch screen LCD, indisputably the best EVF of any mirrorless camera, edit-friendly codecs with tiny file sizes, the red frame that surrounds the image in the LCD when you’re recording video, a full size… Read More
Thanks to Gerald Undone for this tip! In order to sync audio when recording to a Ninja V from the a7s III, follow these steps.
An intellectually bereft commenter in the forums over at DPR claimed that the video I shared the other day wasn’t HDR, saying: It just looks insanely grey and bland. In fact I think there’s something wrong with the video. Even the sun is not bright at all. Other HDR videos on YouTube look fine. That… Read More
This video takes us for a leisurely early morning stroll around the Bund, a waterfront area and protected historical district in central Shanghai. It was shot in HLG3, 4K 60p with the Sony 20mm f/1.8 G lens and audio was captured with the Sony ECM-B1M shotgun microphone. To the best of my knowledge, this is… Read More
Wedding filmmaker Riccardo Fasoli talks about whether the a7s III will add value to your films. What struck me was the beautiful color he’s able to obtain shooting with the lowly a6600 (and all the alpha cameras he’s shot with, for that matter!). His channel is definitely worth checking out.
Caleb Pike compares the a7 III to the a7s III and is stupefied! hehe
I had a chance to play with the a7s III a little bit this morning and to be honest, I’m not overly fond of the new ergonomics: the locking mode and exposure compensation dials are a nuisance; the doors that cover the ports and the rear LCD could have larger indentations or something more substantial… Read More