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DxOMark Rates the Sony a7R III a Perfect 100

DxOMark Rates the Sony a7R III a Perfect 100

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The results are in: the leading source of independent image quality measurements and ratings DxOMark just rated the Sony a7R III a score of 100, the highest rating for a Mirrorless Camera.

The a7R III is tied with the Nikon D850 at the top of the list, amongst all the non-medium format camera. On the tests, it performed well in low-light ISO tests, DxOMark reports, with performance that’s only beaten by two medium format cameras — the Hasselblad X1D-50C and Pentax 645Z, the only cameras that have scored higher than the D850 and a7R III — and the Sony a7S II.

But if you'll notice, the D850 remains on top because it got better performance in the Color Depth and the Dynamic Range.

[C]omparing the A7R III sensor to the Nikon D850’s reveals the advantage that the Nikon camera’s lower minimum sensitivity (ISO) value brings,” DxOMark writes. “Photographers who predominantly shoot in bright light or capture motionless subjects with the camera on a tripod will record the most information, be it color, tone, or detail with the Nikon D850 set to ISO 32.
— DxOMark, with report from Petapixel

“It’s clear that the Sony A7R III has a high-performing sensor that’s capable of capturing images with a broad range of color and tone, while keeping noise well under control,” DxOMark concludes.

A lot of photographers have waited for these results before their purchase, for sure which will make them order the a7R III, named one of the top gadgets of 2017 by TIME magazine.

Camerahaus is now accepting pre-orders of the a7R III with a cash price of P179,999.

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