The Sony a7S III and Canon EOS R5 are two powerhouses of the video world, and they both have advantages and disadvantages over each other. If you are wondering which is right for your own work, check out this great video comparison review that features lots of test footage for you to examine.
Coming to you from Sareesh Sudhakaran of wolfcrow, this fantastic video comparison pits the Sony a7S III against the Canon EOS R5 for video work. Both cameras were highly anticipated before their respective releases, and so far, they have generally matched expectations as powerhouse devices. Of course, one thing to seriously consider is that the two are fundamentally different devices. The a7S III is very much meant to be used only for video work; that does not mean you can’t use it to take stills photos, as you certainly can, but with just 12 megapixels of resolution, many creatives might find it a bit too limited. On the other hand, with a 45-megapixel sensor, the EOS R5 positions itself as a versatile hybrid camera that can handle both photo and video work competently. Check out the video above for Sudhakaran’s full thoughts on both cameras.