The Sony a7S III is finally here, and it offers impressive video performance and a refined feature set for professionals. Can it be used as a hybrid camera for both stills and video work? This excellent video review takes a look at the camera from both perspectives and if it is a good all-around choice.
Coming to you from Hyun Ralph Jeong, this great video review takes a look at the Sony a7S III both from a stills and a video perspective. There is no doubt that the a7S III is a refined and powerful tool for video work, but if you are primarily a videographer who also occasionally does photo work, you might be wondering if it can also handle stills jobs. Of course, the biggest concern regarding photo work might be the camera’s resolution, which comes in at just 12 megapixels. Personally, I think it is important to remember that in the early days of digital photography, professionals frequently worked with camera that sat around 10 megapixels. As long as you are not making very large prints and you are careful about your compositions so as to avoid needing to crop much, 12 megapixels can be quite usable. Check out the video above for the full rundown.