Detailed comparison between the Sony A7S III and Sony A7 IV. Including image quality, sensor differences, low light and more.
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- Sony A7 IV
- Sony A7S III
- 0:00 Introduction
- 0:35 Physical Differences
- 1:21 Codecs, Resolutions and Frame Rates
- 2:04 Sensor Differences and Crops
- 3:25 Low Light
- 4:51 Image and Color Quality
- 5:48 Rolling Shutter
- 6:05 USB Streaming
- 2:26 Overheating
- 6:49 Other Differences
- 9:42 Which Camera is Right for You
The Sony A7 IV is a fantastic camera. Low light is great unless you need to film over 10,000 ISO, the 7K oversampling to 4K gives you a ton of detail and you save $1,000 over buying an A7S III.
The only reasons I would recommend getting an A7s III over an A7 IV would be:
- No crop at 4K 60p
- 4K at 120p
- HD at 240p
- Better EVF and display
- Better rolling shutter performance
- Raw video over HDMI
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