DXOMark tested the sensor of the new Sony A7 III and the results couldn’t be more impressive! With a final score of 96 it’s in the 4th position among all the Sony cameras.
But the biggest surprise is the low-light performance. With a score of 3730 it’s the highest among any full-frame camera, surpassed only by the Pentax 645Z and the Hasselblad X1D-50c medium format cameras.
The 2nd generation of the “entry level” A7 series improved many aspects of the original A7. Not in image quality, but in usability and the inclusion of the IBIS. But this 3rd generation is a big step up from the previous one. The new sensor, the autofocus system similar to the one found in the A9, speed and buffer capacity (177 JPGs, 89 compressed RAW or 40 uncompressed RAW files), 4K video with zero sensor crop in 24/25fps, battery life of 710 shots (or 610 with the EVF) with the new NP-FZ100 battery and the inclusion of a touch screen, just to name a few improvements.
Read the full review in the DXOMark website.