Sony a9 III sample gallery update: Digital Photography Review

All gallery images are uncropped out-of-camera JPEGs with accompanying lossless-compressed Raw files.
In spite of all the coverage coming out of CP+, we’ve been quietly at work in the background pushing through our final Sony a9 III review. While we’ve got some more shooting lined up with it in the coming weeks, we’ve been getting a feel for just how effective its novel global shutter sensor is when combined with subject-detection autofocus in a variety of scenarios. And for those that just want to see the real-world impact on outright image quality, there are a few low ISO landscape images in the gallery as well.
Is the new a9 III on your shortlist or in your bag already? Let me know how you’d take advantage of Sony’s speedy new sports flagship in the comments.

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The Sony a9 III is the world’s first full-frame mirrorless camera to feature a global electronic shutter with simultaneous readout. We’ve been using a full production version of this 120 fps sports camera, to see what you gain (and, perhaps, lose).Sony says the a9 III’s sensor offers “global shutter without compromise.” Our studio tests suggest this isn’t quite the case. We’ve taken a closer look at the image quality and dynamic range impact of the move to a Stacked CMOS global shutter sensor.Sony, the Associated Press and ‘Photo Mechanic’ maker Camera Bits have run a month-long field-test to evaluate capture authentication and a subsequent workflow.The Sony a9 III is heralded as a revolutionary camera, but is all the hype warranted? DPReview’s Richard Butler and Dale Baskin break down what’s actually new and worth paying attention to.We had an opportunity to shoot a pre-production a9 III camera with global shutter following Sony’s announcement this week. This gallery includes images captured with the new 300mm F2.8 GM OSS telephoto lens and some high-speed flash photos.

The fourth camera in Leica’s SL series of full-frame mirrorless cameras sees the 60MP BSI sensor from the Q3 and M11 models arrive with a significant interface redesign.The Fujifilm X100VI is the sixth iteration of Fujifilm’s classically-styled large sensor compact. A 40MP X-Trans sensor, in-body stabilization and 6.2K video are among the updates.The Nikon Zf is a 24MP full-frame mirrorless camera with classic looks that brings significant improvements to Nikon’s mid-price cameras. We just shot a sample reel to get a better feel for its video features and have added our impressions to the review.This $250 electronic lens adapter is perfect for Nikon Z-mount curious Sony shooters — shhh, we won’t tell anyone.Sony updates the ZV-1, giving the vlog-centric compact camera a 18-50mm equivalent F1.8-4.0 lens that’s now wide enough for less cramped selfie mode videos.

What’s the best camera for around $2000? This price point gives you access to some of the most all-round capable cameras available. Excellent image quality, powerful autofocus and great looking video are the least you can expect. We’ve picked the models that really stand out.What’s the best camera for travel? Good travel cameras should be small, versatile, and offer good image quality. In this buying guide we’ve rounded-up several great cameras for travel and recommended the best.If you want a compact camera that produces great quality photos without the hassle of changing lenses, there are plenty of choices available for every budget. Read on to find out which portable enthusiast compacts are our favorites.’What’s the best mirrorless camera?’ We’re glad you asked.Above $2500 cameras tend to become increasingly specialized, making it difficult to select a ‘best’ option. We case our eye over the options costing more than $2500 but less than $4000, to find the best all-rounder.

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